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Most catches in career
Player Span Mat Inns Dis Ct St Max Dis Inns Dis/Inn
D Ramdin (WI) 2006-2015 51 51 47 30 17 4 (0ct 4st) 0.921
Kamran Akmal (Pak) 2006-2014 54 53 60 28 32 4 (0ct 4st) 1.132
MS Dhoni (India) 2006-2014 50 49 36 25 11 4 (4ct 0st) 0.734
KC Sangakkara (SL) 2006-2014 56 56 45 25 20 3 (2ct 1st) 0.803
BB McCullum (NZ) 2005-2015 71 42 32 24 8 3 (3ct 0st) 0.761
AB de Villiers (SA) 2006-2014 57 22 26 20 6 4 (4ct 0st) 1.181
Q de Kock (SA) 2012-2014 20 20 24 18 6 4 (2ct 2st) 1.200
MV Boucher (SA) 2005-2010 25 25 19 18 1 3 (3ct 0st) 0.760
AC Gilchrist (Aus) 2005-2008 13 13 17 17 0 4 (4ct 0st) 1.307
W Barresi (Neth) 2012-2015 20 20 17 17 0 4 (4ct 0st) 0.850
C Kieswetter (Eng) 2010-2012 25 23 20 17 3 3 (2ct 1st) 0.869
BJ Haddin (Aus) 2006-2014 34 31 23 17 6 3 (3ct 0st) 0.741
Mushfiqur Rahim (Ban) 2006-2015 39 38 36 15 21 3 (1ct 2st) 0.947
MS Wade (Aus) 2011-2014 22 22 14 12 2 3 (2ct 1st) 0.636
Mohammad Shahzad (Afg) 2010-2014 25 24 18 12 6 2 (1ct 1st) 0.750
L Ronchi (Aus/NZ) 2008-2015 16 16 12 11 1 3 (3ct 0st) 0.750
Umar Akmal (Pak) 2009-2015 61 20 13 11 2 3 (2ct 1st) 0.650
NJ O'Brien (Ire) 2008-2013 21 15 18 10 8 4 (3ct 1st) 1.200
GC Wilson (Ire) 2008-2014 34 17 13 10 3 4 (3ct 1st) 0.764
By default, the shading indicates records from the past week, or failing that, the most recent entry.
Adjust: most recent | past week | past month | past 6 months | past year | 4 years

Innings refers to when the player was the designated keeper.
All figures exclude catches not made as a wicketkeeper.

Records includes the following current or recent matches:
Netherlands v Nepal at Amstelveen, 1st T20I, Jun 30, 2015 [T20I # 423 - Live]
    » Nepal 116/7 (20.0 ov, B Regmi 1*, P Khadka 45*, MAA Jamil 3/23) - Match over
England v New Zealand at Manchester, Only T20I, Jun 23, 2015 [T20I # 423]
Ireland v Scotland at Bready, 4th T20I, Jun 21, 2015 [T20I # 422]

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