Hope you have read the first part:
We now look at fielding records.
Overall dismissals (12+):
Dhoni has the most dismissals (33) followed by IDS Smith, who took the most catches by a keeper (29). Dhoni has the most stumpings (5) while Fleming (20) and Dravid (17) have the most catches as fielders.
Most dismissals in an innings (4+):
Kirmani, Dhoni and Watling share the record of 6 dismissals in an innings. When Kirmani achieved this in 1976 he had a share in the existing world record. Wadekar and Venkataraghavan took 4 catches as fielders.
Most dismissals in a match (5+):
While Watling has the record of 9 dismissals followed by Harford, Smith and Dhoni with 7, three fielders (Surti, Fleming and Jadeja) share the record of 5 catches.
Highest dismissal rates (minimum 20 innings fielded, rate 0.5):
FM Engineer is the only keeper here, since other keepers (even Dhoni) did not play enough matches to qualify for 20 innings. Fleming and Taylor have the highest rates for non-keepers.
Finally we look at all-round performances.
Overall all-round performances:
(note the criteria at the top of the table)
Oddly enough, Harbhajan emerges on the top here (mainly on the strength of his two centuries in 2010). Bedi is also a surprise, though he did make his career-best score against NZ. Vettori is not here because of his poor bowling average above 45.
All-round match performances (Fifty and 5+):
BR Taylor is the only one with a century and fiver, and is indeed the only debutant in all Tests to achieve this. Others such as Congdon and Bracewell also have creditable performances.