Best of the 'dropped catches' at the T20 World Cup 2022
A tournament also to be remembered for dropped catches, including several unusual moments coming from the best fielders including Virat Kohli dropping off Aiden Markram, makes 1st in the list.
A blistering knock in the Super 12 game of 104 by Glenn Phillips came after two drop moments that earned him survival in the game, including one from the Lankan Skipper Dasun Shanaka.
The last ball thriller game where India prevailed over rivals Pakistan saw India’s first catch drop of the edition when Shan Masood survived a bouncer at deep fine leg thanks to Ravichandran Ashwin.
Ashen Bandara, among the prolific fielders for the Lankan side tried to pull off a catch of Aussie’s skipper Aaron by running backward from short mid-wicket although ended up missing it.
Sean Williams’s 31 was the highest for the underdog Zimbabwe against Pakistan which came after two survivals including one from Iftikhar Ahmad, who dropped a lolly while guarding deep mid-wicket.
The game saw a continuation of Pakistan’s catch-dropping culture, this time it was Haider Ali who was massively trolled over the videos of his missing catches in practice, dropped Ryan Burl off, Haris Rauf.
The biggest upset of the tournament when Ireland stunned England by 5 runs in the D/L method saw a drop from Gareth Delany of the English southpaw Dawid Malan.
Kiwi Skipper Kane Williamson also made a cut in the list after repeating Ahmad Shehzad. Kane dropped his English counterpart at 8 runs and went to celebrate, however, the camera had else to show.
Another into the list from the same match came from the Kiwi’s chase when Moeen Ali dropped a simple catch off Glenn Phillips at the covers, although that didn’t troubled with England’s victory.