"Catch wins matches." Supporters shake their heads and groan those three words every time a catch happens. This lament has become more complex in recent years. Observers have begun to emphasize the "cost" of a dropped catch.
1. Mohammad Nabi
Mohammad Nabi is a right-handed batsman and off-break bowler who plays an offensive batting all-rounder role. He is an outstanding fielder, having taken more catches for Afghanistan than any other player. He has taken 49 catches in 88 games, and he has made three consecutive catches in an inning, indicating that the squad is also effective on the field.
2. Najibullah Zadran
Najibullah Zadran is the vice-captain of the Afghanistan T20 International team and a left-handed batsman who bowls right-arm off break. 19 September 2012, he made his T20 international debut against India. He's played in 70 games and has 31 catches, including two in one inning.
3. Gulbadin Naib
Gulbadin Naib is a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium-fast bowler. On 14 March 2012, he made his Twenty20 debut against the Netherlands. He has 20 catches for the team in 53 games, demonstrating his strong fielding.
Rashid is a quick fielder who can put in the dives and then clear the heavy ropes in the slog overs. His increasing all-around talents allow him to join most international teams, positioning him as someone who can lead Afghanistan to better times. He has 20 catches in 57 games, including two in the same inning.
5. Asghar Afghan
Asghar Afghan is a batsman in the middle order. On 1 February 2010, he made his T20 international debut. In his T20 international career, he has taken 20 catches in 75 matches, which has assisted the team.
6. Samiullah Shinwari
Samiullah Shinwari is a right-handed batsman who bowls leg breaks. He appeared in 64 T20 international games and took 19 catches. When the team needed it, he made solid catches.
7. Nawroz Mangal
Nawroz Mangal is an off-break bowler who bats right-handed. Mangal made his T20I debut against Ireland in February 2010. He displayed his fielding skills by catching three balls in a row and took 16 catches in 32 games.
Shafiqullah is a batsman and wicket-keeper. On 1 February 2010, he made his T20 debut against Ireland. On the field, he was a valuable member of the squad. In 40 innings, he has 13 catches, including three in a single inning.
9. Usman Ghani
Usman Ghani is a right-handed batsman. He's a marvelous fielder who can field any position on the field. Usman is capable of both ground-fielding and catching. In his T20 international career, he has 12 catches in 24 matches.
10. Dawlat Zadran
Dawlat Zadran is a fantastic fast bowler. On 18 March 2012, he made his T20 international debut against Canada. He has a good grasp of the willow and is responsible for one of the best finishing efforts in the matches. For the team, he has made numerous excellent catches. In 34 T20 international games, he caught seven balls.