Top 5 Fielders With Most Catches In ICC Champions Trophy
ICC Champions Trophy is one of the most coveted tournaments in cricket as it is played among the best of the cricket playing nations once in every four years.
Also dubbed as mini world cup, all the participating teams give their best and have always featured the best talent in the world since its inception in the late 1990s. The likes of Australia and India have managed to win it twice in the last seven editions and the tournament has so far seen six different winners.
The 2017 edition will yet again see eight best teams clashing against each other in the major event in England as they look to take the prized trophy back to their home. Bangladesh is set to make their debut into the tournament for the first time as they growing on a consistent basis in the ODI format.
Champions Trophy has proved to be the stage for some stellar knocks and incredible spells over the decades but here we look at the top fielders in the history of the tournament who have managed to pick the most catches over the seven editions.
#5. Daniel Vettori- 9 Catches
Arguably the greatest New Zealand player to ever play the game of cricket in the past two decades, Daniel Vettori had played a massive role in Kiwis impressive run across all ICC tournaments.
The Black Caps are always the dark horses going into any ICC tournament as they normally make it to the knockouts even in the most precarious situations. Vettori, who had turned into one of the best all-rounders for Kiwis has also played an important role with his fielding.
The legendary cricketer has managed an impressive 9 catches in Champions Trophy in 17 matches he played across all seven editions.
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