The most difficult task in the game of cricket is scoring runs consistently for the team. That job is being too tough for the wicket keeper batsmen. A wicket keeper is the backbone is the team.
But we have some great examples of wicket keepers, who always performed well for his team in all the formats of cricket either One Day Internationals, Test or T20Is. These keepers proved their importance in the team.
We can’t imagine the team without these superb wicket keepers. Today we will discuss about those wicket keepers, who scored the most runs in the history of cricket among all the formats.
5. Andy Flower
Andy Flower is the former wicket keeper of the Zimbabwe cricket team. He was one of the best wicket keeper batsmen of that era along with Australian keeper Adam Gilchrist.
In the 283 innings of 241 matches, Flower scored 10249 runs with an average of 40.83. His highest score is 232 not out. He also scored 16 centuries and 69 half centuries among all the formats of cricket.