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MOST STUMPINGS IN ODI CRICKET

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Top 5 Players with Most Stumping in ODI


Wicketkeeping is one of the crucial roles in cricket, and stumping is totally a wicketkeeper's wicket. Here are five wicket keepers with most stumpings in ODI.

MS Dhoni⁣


MS Dhoni is one of the most successful and influential captains in cricket history. He represented India in 350 ODIs from 2004 to 2019. Dhoni revolutionized wicket-keeping with his lightning-fast glove work and exceptional decision-making skills. He holds the record for most stumping in ODI cricket by doing 123 stumping in 350 matches. He is known for his calm and composed demeanor on the field. Dhoni scored 10,773 runs in ODIs, including ten centuries and 73 fifties. Under his captaincy, India achieved numerous milestones, including winning the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2011. He also holds the record for most stumpings in international cricket.

Kumar Sangakkara⁣


Kumar Sangakkara is widely regarded as one of the finest wicketkeeper batsmen in cricket history. He represented Sri Lanka in 404 ODIs from 2000 to 2015. He is in second place in the list of most stumping in cricket. Apart from his exceptional stumping ability, Sangakkara was known for his elegant batting style and impressive batting records. He scored 14,234 runs in ODIs, including 25 centuries and 93 fifties. Sangakkara was known for his ability to adapt to different conditions and played a crucial role in Sri Lanka's success in limited-overs cricket.
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Romesh Kaluwitharana⁣


Romesh Kaluwitharana is a former Sri Lankan cricketer who played as a wicketkeeper and opening batsman. He represented Sri Lanka in 189 ODIs from 1990 to 2004. Kaluwitharana is credited with revolutionizing the role of the wicketkeeper-batsman in limited-overs cricket. He has 75 stumpings and stood in fourth place in the highest stumping in cricket. He was known for his aggressive batting at the top of the order and his ability to provide quick starts to the innings. Along with his 75 stumpings, Kaluwitharana scored 3,052 runs in ODIs, including four centuries and 20 fifties.

Moin Khan⁣


Moin Khan is a former Pakistani cricketer who played as a wicket keeper and batsman. He represented Pakistan in 219 ODIs from 1990 to 2004. Moin was known for his sharp wicket keeping skills and his ability to contribute with the bat in crucial moments. He is in fourth place in doing most stumpings in cricket as he has done 73 stumping in cricket. He played an important role in Pakistan's success in limited-overs cricket during the 1990s. In addition to his 73 stumpings, Moin scored 3,390 runs in ODIs, including one century and 16 fifties.

Adam Gilchrist⁣


Adam Gilchrist is regarded as one of the most destructive wicketkeeper batsmen in cricket history. He represented Australia in 287 ODIs from 1996 to 2008. Gilchrist revolutionized the role of the wicketkeeper-batsman with his aggressive and fearless batting approach. He has done 55 stumpings and stood at 5th place in the list of most stumpings in ODI. He is known for his powerful hitting and played a crucial role in Australia's dominant era, winning multiple ICC Cricket World Cups. Along with his 55 stumpings, Gilchrist scored 9,619 runs in ODIs, including 16 centuries and 55 fifties.
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