Hope you have read the first part.
Continuing with fielding:
Most dismissals (20 or more):
Dhoni is ahead by a large margin, with the most dismissals and catches by a keeper. However Kirmani has the most stumpings. Cook has the most catches by a non-keeper. With 13 catches in this series, he overtook Dravid and Gavaskar.
Meanwhile, Bairstow and Buttler are rapidly moving up the table.
Most innings dismissals (5 or more):
While the top two performances were long ago, Bairstow and Pant both took 5 in an innings during this series. Yajurvindra’s 5 (on debut) remains the best for a non-keeper.
Most match dismissals (7 or more):
Pant and Rahul both took 7 catches in the course of India’s sole win of the series. Bairstow followed up with 7 in the last Test. Yajurvindra and Rahul have the best performances by non-keepers, while Bob Taylor is far ahead of everyone else.
Best dismissal rate (Minimum 20 innings, 0.600):
As you may expect, Taylor and Dhoni have the top two positions. Solkar has the best rate for non-keepers, far ahead of Dravid. Bairstow and Buttler are also here.
Overall (see criteria in table):
Kapil and Ashwin lead, with surprise entries such as the occasional bowler Borde, besides Kumble who made his only Test century here.
Some obvious candidates such as Botham and Mankad are not here as they did not play enough in this series. However, they do appear in :
Best all-round performance in match (fifty+ and 5+wi):
The best performances are by Botham (1980) and Mankad, while the long-forgotten JK Lever’s debut performance is also noteworthy. Pandya is the only appearance from this series, though we can also see B Kumar achieving this twice in 2014. Then there is the old firm of Ashwin and Jadeja.