Fielding is the complementary part behind a successful team. View Here Top 8 Best Fielders Playing In ICC World Cup 2015.

On cricket field we have seen some of the best fielders from different countries, and here we are listing most consistent top 8 best fielders in Cricket World Cup 2015. Responsibility of a fielder is huge, they have to be alert all the time, they need to run all the time. At the end of the day number of runs you saved in field could be the difference between your team and opposition team. In fact there is a famous line that “Take the catch to win the match” because a good batsman only makes one mistake in a day and fielder need to be alert to grab that chance. Cricket is an old game and we have seen many generations of cricket. Here are top 8 best fielders ever in cricket World Cup 2015.

Suresh Raina (India)

Suresh Raina (India)

Suresh Raina (India)

Suresh Raina’s Test career has hit a roadblock, but the left-hander is an exceptional one-day batsman whose canny off-spin and outstanding fielding combine to make him an ideal limited-overs package. Suresh Raina became the second Indian fielder to take three catches in an innings in the ICC Champions Trophy. Also he is the Best Fielder in the World.

Brendon McCullum (New Zealand)

Brendon McCullum

Brendon McCullum

One of the most destructive opening batsman to be playing in 2015 World Cup, McCullum is a livewire on the field. Having given up gloves a couple of years ago to concentrate on his batting, the New Zealand skipper has been an asset for his team on the field.

Ravindera Jadeja (India)

Ravindera Jadeja (India)

Ravindera Jadeja (India)

Though Indian team is not known for their fielding but this guy has changed the way of fielding in Indian team he usually field at points where lot of ball are hit, he is rocked solid there while at the latter stages of the match you will see him manning the long on or long off boundary, he takes brilliant catch and has a good strong arm which prevent batsmen for taking that extra run.

David Warner (Australia)

David Warner (Australia)

David Warner (Australia)

Another flamboyant opening batsman, David Warner is a lively customer on the field. Never short of a word or two with the opposition, Warner can often be seen lurking at backward point. Although short in stature, he is very quick off his blocks and has produced countless run outs and sensational catches in his eventful career.

Ab de Villiers (South Africa)

Ab de Villiers (South Africa)

Ab de Villiers (South Africa)

It’s South Africa it is definitely known for its fielding along with their all round performance. Hence De Villiers holds the special mention for his exception commitment on field. De Villiers is one of his kind and we never get this kind every day.

Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka)

Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka)

Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka)

The oldest member in the list, Dilshan has proved over time that age isn’t a barrier in the art of fielding. He is in his late thirties and Dilshan still holds the all-important backward-point position in the field. As a handy bowler, he has also pouched several improbable return catches.

Virat Kholi (India)

Virat Kholi (India)

Virat Kholi (India)

Daring, tough and fiercely talented, Virat Kohli has emerged as one of the pack-leading faces of Indian cricket’s current generation. He is an absolute legend, his demonstration in the field, the show he puts on air while catching a ball compels the audience to skip their breath, his movement in the field is blatantly smooth.

Faf du Plessis (South Africa)

Faf du Plessis (South Africa)

Faf du Plessis (South Africa)

The South African T20 skipper, is another gem in the Proteas’ fielding setup. Another natural athlete, du Plessis is swift across the field and has taken a number of improbable catches, running backwards, in the recent times. Not only has du Plessis been one of the top fielders in ICC Cricket World Cup, he has also been one of the mainstays of the Proteas fielding unit for quite some time.