Which Indian player has most catches in IPL?
In this article, we will be listing out 5 players who have grabbed the most catches in IPL history:
- Virat Kohli – 76 catches.
- AB de Villiers – 83.
- Rohit Sharma – 89.
- Kieron Pollard – 90.
- Suresh Raina – 102.
Who is highest catches in IPL?
Most Catches in IPL
|1||S K Raina||104|
|2||K A Pollard||92|
|3||R G Sharma||89|
|4||A B de Villiers||85|
Who took most catches for CSK?
Ravindra Jadeja (Chennai Super Kings) So, to see his number at the top of the list of most catches does not come as surprise. Apart from saving runs in the field, Jadeja caught 8 catches in the 7 matches that he played for his side.
Who is the player with the most catches in IPL?
India cap Raina is top of the list with 102 catches in 193 games. The southpaw takes .531 catches per innings, which is one of the higher rates among the Indian fielders. He is also the only fielder to have 100 catches to his name, in the tournament. Dinesh Karthik, who plays as a keeper, has 101 catches, but does not feature in the list.
Who is the best fielder in IPL 2019?
South Africa’s superman is widely regarded as the best fielder in the world and there’s a reason for that. He has 84 catches in 121 innings only. That means he takes .694 catches every innings, the highest by any fielder in IPL.
Who is the best wicket keeper in IPL 2020?
Faf du Plessis The IPL 2020 started off in grand style with a magnificent exhibition of catching from Faf du Plessis. As Saurav Tiwary and Hardik Pandya started to rain hell on CSK bowlers, MS Dhoni decided to introduce Ravindra Jadeja back into the attack.The allrounder quickly made his mark on the game by bagging two key wickets in the same over.
How did Ravindra Jadeja do in IPL?
As Saurav Tiwary and Hardik Pandya started to rain hell on CSK bowlers, MS Dhoni decided to introduce Ravindra Jadeja back into the attack.The allrounder quickly made his mark on the game by bagging two key wickets in the same over. However, it wouldn’t have possible without the boundary line heroics from Faf du Plessis.