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Top five catches in the Super 12 stages of the T20 World Cup

T20 World Cup: Top Five Catches

T20 WC: A crucial dropped catch can cost the team a match and a crucial catch taken can result in positive outcomes

Catch win matches  One of the most well-known proverbs in cricket is probably. We frequently hear commentators make this statement almost every game. Everyone is aware of the value of catches and how a strong catch at a critical moment in the game may change the outcome. Top catches are always appreciated.

These days, there aren’t many catches that get dropped in an international game. Additionally, these young players are setting new standards for general fielding, and you will notice a lot more diving catches now that they are much more commonplace than they were in the early 1990s.

T20 World Cup: Semi-final qualified Teams

India, England, Pakistan, and New Zealand have advanced to the T20 World Cup semifinals from the super 12 groups one and two, respectively. The semi-finals will take place in Sydney and Adelaide on November 9th and 10th. As with every past ICC tournament, the group stages were thrilling, and this time we witnessed fantastic things in this year’s T20 World Cup.

T20 World Cup: Let’s Dive into the Top Five Catches of the T20 World Cup;

5. Rilee Rossouw’s classic catch led to a Hat-Trick

For South Africa to achieve a team hat-trick, Rilee Rossouw took a leaping catch on the boundary off Pakistani powerhouse Iftikhar Ahmed. Rossouw was amazing near the boundary rope and if you see the catch you might feel it’s an easy catch but if you watch the replays then you will understand how hard this catch was, this is definitely one the Top catches in this edition of the T20 World Cup.

4. Ashen Bandara Wonderful take near the boundry rope to dismiss Maxwell

Glenn Maxwell, an Australian dangerman, hit a powerful, flat shot that Sri Lankan replacement fielder Ashen Bandara had to hold onto without falling back onto the rope. It was a surprisingly difficult catch that may receive extra credit for style rather than talent. It was an amazing catch near the boundary role to dismiss Maxwell.

3. Jos Buttler Flies like a Butterfly

On a night when England made 10 catches against Afghanistan, captain Jos Buttler grabbed a flyer off Mark Wood with one hand after Mohammad Nabi caught it with his glove. Jos Buttler is known for taking top catches but this time he was extraordinary in taling this catch against Afghanistan.

2. Babar Azam Brillant catch to dismissed Chakabva

For the first ball delivered to Zimbabwean batsman Regis Chakabva, Pakistani captain Babar Azam had to move himself to the first slip. He then had to spring forcefully to his right and get a hand on the ball to make the sharpest of catches. Standing in a Slip position it is never easy to take a catch like that but Babar took it without any fear and he was only shocked for taking this catch.

1. Ryan Burl takes a Screamer

At the MCG, Ryan Burl sprinted across the boundary to collect a diving catch from Rishabh Pant and manage to cling onto the ball despite the hard landing. At the time, Zimbabwe was looking to claim the significant scalp of India. India however won the match but the catch was taken by Ryan Burl to dismiss Rishabh Pant in an amazing fashion. It takes courage to take catches like this and this catch will definitely be one of the Top catches of the T20 World Cup 2022.


These are many top catches taken by the players during the Super 12 group stages of the T20 World Cup, but these are the top five catches taken in the group stages of the T20 World Cup 2022.

The T20 World Cup is not yet over as the semi-final and final are still yet to take place and other players take matching catches and help their respective teams to win the match. Let’s hope that more wonderful catches will be taken in the Semi-finals and finals of the T20 World Cup 2022.

Abhinandan Krishnan
Abhinandan Krishnan
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