Top 10 Best Current Cricket Fielders 2013

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6. Eoin Morgan:

Eoin Morgan

Eoin Morgan was born on 10 September 1986, he served for Ireland in the beginning but after some time he started playing for England. He is right hand batsman who is also an amazing fielder. England has found such a talent after a very long time; he is jewel for which England was searching. He stuns the audience with his flawless performance, he is like a capsule that strives for the target and then captures it in his embrace.

 

7. DJ Bravo:

DJ Bravo

DJ Bravo is a West Indian cricketer; he was born on 7th October 1983. He was member of the West Indies team who won t20 ICC world cup in 2012. He made his debut in 2002 and over the past decade he has convinced the cricket world that he is a spell bounding player. He is a flexible, smooth and composed fielder who holds a very prominent position in every match he plays. When in the field he is the magnet who gets attracted towards every ball.

 

8. TM Dilshan:

TM Dilshan

TM Dilshan was born on 24th October 1976 in Sri Lanka and joined the national cricket team in 1999, since then he has remained a part of the Sri Lankan cricket team. He serves as the right hand batsman but it is not his cup of tea, his main role in the team is as a fielder. When in the field he is absolutely lethal and aggressive, he never spares any ball. He is a brilliant fielder and uses some unique techniques. He dives into the field with such energy that it leaves all the other players mesmerized.

 

9. Umar Akmal:

Umar Akmal

Umar is a Pakistani cricket player; he was born on 26th may 1990. He is currently one of the most reliable and best players Pakistani cricket team currently has. He absolutely decent and safe in the field there fore he is the best fielder in the Pakistani team. Having made his debut in 2008, due to his extraordinary performance and mind work he soon rose as the best Pakistani fielder.

 

10. Martin Guptil

Martin Guptil

Martin Guptil is a New Zealand based cricketer, he was born on 30th September 1986. He is currently serving as a batsman in the New Zealand team but he is also an outstanding fielder who happens to be in his best shape this year. Although he has only two toes in his left leg, having lost the other three in the accident, this tragedy has no influence in his performance as a cricketer; he is absolutely well balanced, flexible. He has managed to create as distinguished identity in the cricket world not as a batsman but as a fielder. He is one of the best fielder New Zealand team currently has.

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