Records / Twenty20 Internationals / Bowling records / Most wickets taken caught by a fielder

Player Span Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI Ave 5 caught % Wkts
SCJ Broad (Eng) 2006-2014 56 1173 1491 65 4/24 22.93 0 41 63.07
Saeed Ajmal (Pak) 2009-2015 64 1430 1516 85 4/19 17.83 0 39 45.88
GP Swann (Eng) 2008-2012 39 810 859 51 3/13 16.84 0 34 66.66
NL McCullum (NZ) 2007-2015 58 1021 1167 52 4/16 22.44 0 33 63.46
Umar Gul (Pak) 2007-2015 58 1167 1387 83 5/6 16.71 2 33 39.75
TG Southee (NZ) 2008-2015 38 822 1182 46 5/18 25.69 1 31 67.39
SL Malinga (SL) 2006-2014 57 1187 1435 68 5/31 21.10 1 31 45.58
KD Mills (NZ) 2005-2014 42 897 1228 43 3/26 28.55 0 30 69.76
Shahid Afridi (Pak) 2006-2015 80 1742 1907 82 4/11 23.25 0 29 35.36
DJG Sammy (WI) 2007-2015 58 838 994 43 5/26 23.11 1 28 65.11
DJ Bravo (WI) 2006-2015 53 766 1077 36 4/38 29.91 0 27 75.00
DW Steyn (SA) 2007-2014 38 817 879 55 4/9 15.98 0 27 49.09
SR Watson (Aus) 2006-2014 48 756 958 39 4/15 24.56 0 26 66.66
KMDN Kulasekara (SL) 2008-2014 41 859 1040 46 4/32 22.60 0 26 56.52
MG Johnson (Aus) 2007-2013 30 656 797 38 3/15 20.97 0 25 65.78
JW Dernbach (Eng) 2011-2014 34 702 1020 39 4/22 26.15 0 25 64.10
BAW Mendis (SL) 2008-2014 39 885 952 66 6/8 14.42 2 25 37.87
GH Dockrell (Ire) 2010-2015 29 544 560 36 4/20 15.55 0 24 66.66
MAA Jamil (Neth) 2012-2015 21 413 485 37 5/19 13.10 1 23 62.16
M Morkel (SA) 2007-2014 38 808 985 45 4/17 21.88 0 23 51.11
Mohammad Hafeez (Pak) 2006-2015 62 1004 1120 46 4/10 24.34 0 23 50.00
WD Parnell (SA) 2009-2015 33 630 850 36 4/13 23.61 0 22 61.11
J Botha (SA) 2006-2012 40 774 823 37 3/16 22.24 0 21 56.75
Shakib Al Hasan (Ban) 2006-2015 36 793 849 44 4/21 19.29 0 20 45.45

Records include the following recent matches:
Netherlands v Nepal at Rotterdam, 4th T20I, Jul 3, 2015 [T20I # 427]
Netherlands v Nepal at Rotterdam, 3rd T20I, Jul 2, 2015 [T20I # 426]
Netherlands v Nepal at Amstelveen, 2nd T20I, Jul 1, 2015 [T20I # 425]

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When England's Wilfred Rhodes and Bert Strudwick shared a 10th-wicket stand of 14 against Australia at The Oval in 1926, they became the oldest pair (collective age) to bat together in Test history. Rhodes was 48 years old at the time while Strudwick was 46, making their collective age 94 years.

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