There are over ten ways a player can get out. You might not have seen all the ways, but some are very common like caught, bowled, given leg before wicket (lbw), run out or stumped. A batsman can be run-out because of his own mistake, or it can be said sometimes because of its laziness.
When the player has a slow running between the wicket, he can easily get run-out. But sometimes the batsman can be run-out because of his partner’s mistake. Here, in this article, we have built a team with the players who have most time run out in their careers.
The former Sri Lankan captain and opening batsman Sanath Jayasuriya was one of the greatest batsmen of his era. He is credited to bring revolution in white-ball format with his explosive batting. The allrounder has over 20,000 runs and scalped over 400 wickets in international cricket. He also holds the record of getting 32 times run out.
Marvan Atapattu is the former opening batsman of Sri Lanka. He is the most stylish opener, having six double centuries in Test format. He was the leading scorer for Islanders during his illustrious career. Having represented Sri Lanka for over 17 years, he has scored over 14,000 runs in international cricket. However, he has gained fame because of his batting, but he was also famous for the wrong thing, getting run out. Atapattu has been run out for 48 times.
Cricket Pundits said that if a bowler could not pick the wicket of Rahul Dravid in the first hour, it becomes hard to get his wicket. Therefore, he is famously called as ‘The Wall’, playing with complete dedication for the team cause. However, his career is regarded to be shadowed because of Sachin Tendulkar’s popularity. In his meritorious career, he has scored over 25,000 runs across all the formats. He was run out a total of 53 times in his career.