3. AB De Villiers, South Africa- 14
Undoubtedly the best batsman of the modern era with no one close enough to match him in the versatility department, AB de Villiers also surprisingly heads the list of most dismissals in 90s by an active player. Enjoying a love affair with the darkest of purple patches, De Villiers has taken his game to the next level in the last 3-4 years. Showing his the reserves of potential that he had even back in 2007, De Villiers hit a 70 ball 92 against Australia in a chase of 377 against the pace battery of Shaun Tait, McGrath and Nathan Bracken. He was run out by Shane Watson and that’s where Africa started losing the match. He followed it up soon with his maiden hundred 146 against West Indies playing with cramps in the second half of the innings. De Villiers has 8 dismissals in 90s in Tests, 6 in ODIs.