Top 5 Wicket-Keepers with Most Dismissals in ODI: Wicket keeping is one of the toughest job in cricket which needs an active flash reaction even micro second plays a major role in saving the batsman. Wicket keepers plays an important role in team. Here we take a look at Top 5 Wicket-Keepers with Most Dismissals in ODI.
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Moin Khan – 287 dismissals
Pakistan wicket-keeper Moin Khan made his debut in 1990 and retired in 2004. During his career, he made 287 dismissals behinds the stumps in 219 matches. It comprises 214 catches and 73 stumpings. He claimed 1.373 dismissals per innings.
Ms Dhoni – 350 dismissals
Ms Dhoni becomes the fourth wicket-keeper overall and first Indian wicket-keeper to made 350 dismissals. He has reached this landmark in 3rd ODI against Zimbabwe. He played 278 matches and made 350 dismissals including 261 catches and 89 stumpings so far. He claimed 1.277 dismissals per innings.
Mark Boucher – 424 dismissals
South Africa’s wicket-keeper batsman has played 295 matches and had 424 wickets out of which 402 were catches and 22 were being stumped. Mark Boucher was an excellent lower order batsman. He retired from international cricket due to an injury to his eye. He claimed 1.462 dismissals per innings.
Adam Gilchrist – 472 dismissals
Adam Gilchrist was an excellent wicket-keeper and won many matches for his team with his brilliant keeping skills. He played 287 matched and had 472 dismissals including 417 catches and 55 stumpings. He claimed 1.679 dismissals per innings.
Kumar Sangakkara – 482 dismissals
Kumar Sangakkara was the finest wicket-keeper and good batsman for Sri Lanka. After his retirement from International cricket, there is no replacement for Sangakkara till now. He made his debut in 2000 and played 404 ODI matches. He made 482 dismissals out of which 383 were catches and 99 were being stumped.