Keeping wickets in good shape is often thought to be one of the hardest parts of the sport. Each team has to have a wicketkeeper who can be counted on. If the goalie makes a mistake, it could be the difference between winning and losing. A good wicketkeeper is important to the success of a team because he or she keeps the bowler’s and fielders’ spirits up. There are a lot of really talented people playing wicketkeeper in modern cricket. A strong wicketkeeper is one of the most important parts of a winning cricket team.
- Mohammad Rizwan (Pakistan) –
Rizwan helps the Pakistani cricket team in two ways: as a batter and as a wicketkeeper. Everyone in the sport agrees that he is a great wicketkeeper because of how quickly he can think on his feet. Rizwan is a dangerous opponent because of how quickly he can react and how well he can move around behind the stumps. In One-Day Internationals, he has taken 38 wickets, in Twenty20 Internationals, he has taken 38 wickets, and in Test Matches, he has taken 52 wickets. He has been on the field for 19 Tests. Rizwan is widely thought to be one of the best wicketkeepers in the world.
- Rishabh Pant (India) –
Rishabh Pant is a wicketkeeper from India who can also bat. He is thought to be one of the best in the world. Through practice and playing, he has improved his skills to the point where he is one of the best at both hitting and fielding. He has been run out ten times in one-day international matches and twenty times in Twenty20 matches. Pant is the fastest Indian wicketkeeper to get to 100 dismissals, and he currently holds the record for the most catches in a test match. He also has the most catches in a career, which is a record. Pant has a lot of work to do in the next few years for the Indian cricket team, but it looks like he is up to the task. You can check about him on Indian team latest news.
- Quinton de Kock (South Africa) –
In the year 2022, most people agree that the South African wicketkeeper-batsman is one of the best in the world. De Kock has been the wicketkeeper in 54 Tests. During those games, he has made 221 catches and 11 stumpings. In one-day internationals, he was responsible for 179 dismissals. In T20 internationals, he was responsible for the second-most dismissals ever (65). Quinton de Kock has been compared to all-time greats like Adam Gilchrist and Mark Boucher because of how hard he hits and how fast he is with his glove.
- Mushfiqur Rahim (Bangladesh) –
Mushfiqur is widely thought to be one of the best wicketkeepers Bangladesh has ever had. Since 2005, he has been playing in international games for Bangladesh. He has played cricket at the international level for a long time and has 317 catches and 90 stumpings to show for it. Mushfiqur is a very skilled glover who has great eyesight. As a wicketkeeper for tests, he has made 98 catches, while in ODIs he has made 187 and in T20Is he has made 32.
- Jos Buttler (England) –
At the moment, Jos Buttler is thought to be one of the best wicketkeepers who can also bat. During his career, Buttler has made a big difference in how well England has done in white-ball matches. Whether he’s keeping wickets or batting, he always helps the team out when it matters the most. Buttler has been tricked 154 times in tests, 213 times in One Day Internationals, and 49 times in Twenty20 Internationals. He is the wicketkeeper with the most catches in one-day internationals, which is a very important part of the game.
- Nick Pooran (West Indies) –
Nicholas Pooran is now both the wicketkeeper for the West Indies cricket team and the vice-captain. Because he is a Twenty20 superstar, there is usually a lot of competition for him at auctions for cricket franchises. Nicholas is very good at both catching and throwing out the ball. As a keeper, he has taken part in 49 Twenty20 Internationals, where he has made 21 catches and 4 stumpings. Nicholas is also good at keeping wickets, which could make him a dangerous opponent in the long run.
- Kusal Perera (Sri Lanka) –
The Sri Lankan cricket team now uses Kusal Perera as a wicketkeeper-batsman. He has also been Sri Lanka’s captain for the short form of the game. He has amazing hand-eye coordination, and he is a very good wicketkeeper. Kusal has been playing international cricket for eight years. In that time, he caught 54 balls and stumped 17 batsmen. He is one of the Sri Lankan team’s most experienced batters and has done great things in local cricket.
- Alex Carey (Australia) –
Alex Carey plays batting and keeping wickets for the Australian cricket team. In just seven innings of Test cricket, he has already taken four catches, 51 in One-Day Internationals, and 19 in Twenty20 Internationals. Alex is a very good cricket player who will play a big role as a wicket-keeper batsman for the Australian team. This task will be one of Alex’s most important jobs.
- Tomás Blundell (New Zealand) –
Tom Blundell is an important part of the New Zealand cricket team because he keeps the wickets and hits for the team. He is one of the most talented young Test cricket players, and he has already played some of the best innings in the game’s history. Tom is a scary goalkeeper who is very good at his job. He has been responsible for 28 dismissals in Test cricket, 27 of which were catches and 1 of which was a stumping. Tom fits the stereotype of a strong hitter, and he is also a reliable keeper on the field.
- Mohammad Shahzad (Afghanistan) –
Shahzad is very important to the success of the Afghanistan cricket team because he bats first and keeps the wickets. He’s a great player, and the Afghanistan team is very lucky to have him on their team. Shahzad has played in 156 international games for his country. In those games, he has made 94 catches and 53 stumpings. He became the first wicketkeeper in the history of Twenty20 Internationals to be involved in five dismissals in one inning, which is the record for the most dismissals in an innings in this format.
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