After the name of the world's best wicket-keeper, Mahendra Singh Dhoni's name comes in first. Whether it is a stinging case or a catch, even the age of 37 is a major weapon of finesse and cheetah. But when it comes to the World Cup, then Dhoni comes with two wicket-keeper players. Let's take a look at some World Cup statistics.
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Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara tops the list of highest wicket-keepers in the World Cup. He has shown the path of the pavilion to 54 players in 36 innings of 37 matches. Of the 54, Kumar Sangakkara has caught 41 catches while stumping 13 times out of the players.
Australia's Adam Gilchrist, second in this list, has 52 victims in 31 innings of 31 matches during the World Cup. Where he has 45 catches and 7 stumpings. Not only this, but the record of capturing most 6 catches during an innings in the World Cup is also recorded on the name of Adam Gilchrist.
While India's wicketkeeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has so far dismissed 32 players in the World Cup. Including 27 catches and 5 stumpings. Dhoni has done these 32 victims in 20 matches.