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Most catches in T20 World Cup: Rohit Sharma looking to break AB de Villiers’ record

Most catches in T20 World Cup: Rohit Sharma looking to break AB de Villiers’ record

Take a look at all the top fielders who have charmed the spectators with their unbelievable catches in the T20 World Cup.

When it comes to cricket, we usually witness batters mesmerizing the crowd with their batting and bowlers shocking with their bowling variations. But in all this hustle and bustle, one department that no team can take lightly is fielding. As the saying goes, ‘Catches win matches,’ but there have been incidents where people have witnessed some amazing fielding done by individuals in cricket.

Since the T20 World Cup group stages are near and will commence on June 2, and in past T20 World Cups, we have seen some incredible catches taken. Let’s take a look at all the fielders who have charmed the spectators with their amazing catches in this mega event.

Players with the Most Catches in the T20 World Cup

PlayersCountryCatches
AB de VilliersSouth Africa23
David WarnerAustralia21
Martin GuptillNew Zealand19
Glenn MaxwellAustralia16
Rohit Sharma India16

Rohit Sharma steadily moving up!

Since Rohit Sharma from India will be participating in the upcoming T20 World Cup 2024 as the captain of the Indian team, we can expect to see him diving everywhere and showcasing his fielding skills. Currently, he has 16 catches to his name in the T20 World Cup, and to surpass Proteas legend AB de Villiers, he needs 8 more, which seems possible in this upcoming edition.

Although David Warner and Glenn Maxwell are also in the race and will be taking part in this World Cup alongside Sharma, this edition is certainly going to be interesting to see who can snatch the top spot from AB de Villiers.

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