ICC World Cup 2019: Top Five Players With Most No. of Catches in the World Cup History
When we talk about the ICC World Cup 2019, we talk about batsmen, the bowlers and the craziest of the fans. We never, though, discuss the fielding to its length and breadth. There is this oldest cliche, ‘catches win matches’, that is commonly used in the cricketing world.
There have been few incidents where most important catches have been dropped, some even resulting to be the costliest. In fact, most of the epic matches won are the result of either tight fielding or some classical catches on the field. Though, not necessarily a team wins or loses entirely on the basis of catches dropped or picked. It has to be a team effort.
However, it depends upon the player on the field. There are many cricketers famous for their acrobatic stuff on the field.
So, below is the list of such top five players with the most number of catches in the World Cup history.
Top Five Players With Most Catches in World Cup History:
#5 Brian Lara:
The former West Indies batsman is at the fifth position in the list. The stylish batsman is a celebrated batsman who has ever graced the game. The Trinidadian cricketer had played 34 innings in the world cup matches. He has taken 16 catches in these innings which is the third joint-highest number in the list alongside Inzamam-Ul-Haq and Chris Crains.
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