Wicket-keeping is one of the toughest tasks to accomplish in the world cricket as it requires a lot of fitness, determination and hard work but few players in the world cricket have done it with ease and served the country not only with gloves but also with the bat too in their career span.
Here in this article, we want you to know about the top 10 wicket-keepers with the most number of runs in One-day Internationals. Have a look –
[Note – Players stats has been given only when they played as only permanent wicket-keeper in the side]
10. Tatenda Taibu – 3313 runs
Tatenda Taibu, the right-hand batsman and a former skipper of Zimbabwe is placed on the list as he scored 3313 runs for his side.
Tatenda Taibu made his debut at the age of 18 years and been named as a skipper at the age of 21 years but his career has been a roller coaster as he retired at the age of 22 years and again made a comeback at the age of 24 years.
Taibu appeared in 144 matches and scored 3313 runs at an average of 30.17 including a couple of centuries and 21 fifties with a best knock of 107* to his name.