New Zealand All-Rounder Leads Fielding Impact Race at ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023

New Zealand‘s all-rounder, Mitch Santner, has emerged as a standout performer in the field at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023. While Santner may have only secured four catches in six matches, his overall fielding prowess has propelled him to the forefront of fielding impact rankings. With his versatility and contributions in various fielding categories, Santner is setting the standard for fielding excellence.

Santner’s Multifaceted Impact

Mitch Santner’s influence in the field goes beyond traditional catches. The 31-year-old has been recognized for saving a total of nine runs through his agile fielding efforts. Additionally, he features prominently in categories such as pressure ratings, successful throws, and attempted run-outs. This multifaceted approach has allowed Santner to take the lead in the race for overall fielding impact throughout the tournament.

Santner’s remarkable fielding abilities have put him in the pole position, but he faces competition from several talented contenders. South Africa‘s David Miller and Australia‘s David Warner are among his closest challengers in the race for fielding impact supremacy. 

Notable Team Performances

Previously, Virat Kohli led the fielding impact rankings after three matches, representing India’s strong showing in the field. However, he has now moved to sixth place in the current list. Ravindra Jadeja, another Indian cricketer, has risen to fifth place, showcasing India’s depth in the fielding department.

In terms of team fielding ratings, South Africa takes the lead with an impressive record of 44 catches. This total surpasses any other team in the competition by a margin of seven catches. The Proteas have also excelled in saving runs in the field, accumulating the highest amount of saved runs, which stands at 44.

The Netherlands holds the second spot in team fielding ratings, having dropped just six catches. Meanwhile, reigning champions England stand in third place, with the distinction of having dropped the fewest number of catches, a mere four.

FIELDING IMPACT – AFTER SIX GROUP GAMES FOR EACH COUNTRY

Player TeamRating Points 
Mitchell SantnerNew Zealand43.28
David Miller South Africa 41.19
David WarnerAustralia40.82
Liam LivingstoneEngland34.77
Ravindra Jadeja India33.72
Virat Kohli India33.46
Sybrand EngelbrechtNetherlands32.56
Glenn MaxwellAustralia 28.91
Najmul Hossain Shanto Bangladesh28.46
Shadab Khan Pakistan28.44
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New Zealand's all-rounder, Mitch Santner, has emerged as a standout performer in the field at the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2023. While Santner may have only secured four catches in six matches, his overall fielding prowess has propelled him to the forefront of fielding impact rankings. With his versatility and contributions in various fielding categories, Santner is setting the standard for fielding excellence.

Santner's Multifaceted Impact

Mitch Santner's influence in the field goes beyond traditional catches. The 31-year-old has been recognized for saving a total of nine runs through his agile fielding efforts. Additionally, he features prominently in categories such as pressure ratings, successful throws, and attempted run-outs. This multifaceted approach has allowed Santner to take the lead in the race for overall fielding impact throughout the tournament.

Santner's remarkable fielding abilities have put him in the pole position, but he faces competition from several talented contenders. South Africa's David Miller and Australia's David Warner are among his closest challengers in the race for fielding impact supremacy. 

Notable Team Performances

Previously, Virat Kohli led the fielding impact rankings after three matches, representing India's strong showing in the field. However, he has now moved to sixth place in the current list. Ravindra Jadeja, another Indian cricketer, has risen to fifth place, showcasing India's depth in the fielding department.

In terms of team fielding ratings, South Africa takes the lead with an impressive record of 44 catches. This total surpasses any other team in the competition by a margin of seven catches. The Proteas have also excelled in saving runs in the field, accumulating the highest amount of saved runs, which stands at 44.

The Netherlands holds the second spot in team fielding ratings, having dropped just six catches. Meanwhile, reigning champions England stand in third place, with the distinction of having dropped the fewest number of catches, a mere four.

FIELDING IMPACT - AFTER SIX GROUP GAMES FOR EACH COUNTRY

Player TeamRating Points 
Mitchell SantnerNew Zealand43.28
David Miller South Africa 41.19
David WarnerAustralia40.82
Liam LivingstoneEngland34.77
Ravindra Jadeja India33.72
Virat Kohli India33.46
Sybrand EngelbrechtNetherlands32.56
Glenn MaxwellAustralia 28.91
Najmul Hossain Shanto Bangladesh28.46
Shadab Khan Pakistan28.44
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