The ball of these 5 terrible bowlers was as fast as a rocket, the world record of a bowler!

New Delhi: There were multiple bowlers in cricket whose balls were as fast as rockets and it was no less than a nightmare for batsmen to face such bowlers. The fear of these fast bowlers in the history of cricket was among the batsmen of that time. Due to which he became a successful bowler. These bowlers once had magic. There was no break in the pace of these bowlers. This list includes those who have bowled fast.

1. Shoaib Akhtar

At number one on the list is Shoaib Akhtar, better known as the Rawalpindi Express. The legend has thrown the fastest bowler in the history of cricket. To date, no bowler has been able to break Shoaib Akhtar’s record. Which tells the greatness of this record. Shoaib Akhtar has taken 178 wickets for Pakistan in 46 Tests at an average of 25.7. He has taken 247 wickets in 163 ODIs at an average of 24.98. Shoaib Akhtar has taken 19 wickets at an average of 22.74 in 15 Twenty20 matches. Akhtar made the fastest ball of his career against England in the 2003 World Cup. Whose speed is 161.3 kmph. This bowler has crossed 150 many times in his career. What was said was very difficult. Today he is a great bowler.

2. Brett Lee

Brett Lee is said to be the fastest bowler at number two on the list. Brett Lee’s career as a fast bowler was good and bright. His stats show why this bowler’s fear was visible among the batsmen. His speed was very fast. Brett Lee has taken 310 wickets at an average of 30.62 in 6 Tests for Australia. Where in 221 ODIs, Brett Lee has taken 380 wickets at an average of 23.36. In addition, he has taken 28 wickets at an average of 25.5 in 25 Twenty20 matches. Lee made the fastest ball of his career against New Zealand in Brisbane in 2005. Whose speed was 161.1 kmph. Brett Lee is one of the brightest bowlers in the history of cricket. Whose statistics tell the story of their generosity.

3. Shawn Tait

There was no break for this player in terms of speed. At number three on the list is Shaun Tait of Australia. Which makes it clear about them. He was a great bowler in the limited overs format. Shaun Tait has taken just 5 wickets at an average of 80.4 in 3 Tests for Australia. However, in 35 ODIs, he has taken 62 wickets at an average of 23.56. Where he took 28 wickets at an impressive average of 21.04 in 21 Twenty20 matches. Tate made the fastest delivery of his career against England. Which is 161.1 km per hour. Injuries have hampered the player’s career and he has struggled with form. Tait was a very talented bowler. He retired at the age of 28.

4. Jeff Thomson

At number 4 on the list is the name of veteran Australian fast bowler Jeff Thomson. This player has caused problems for the batsmen year after year due to his bowling prowess. He has written his name in gold in the history of cricket. Jeff’s record is also excellent. Jeff Thomson took 200 wickets at an average of 28 in 51 Tests for Australia. He has taken 55 wickets at an average of 35.31 in his 50 ODI career. When its economy was 4.34. They are known for their speed. Thomson was the fastest bowler of his career against the West Indies in Perth in 1975. When he fired at a speed of 160.6 kmph. Even today his name is taken with utmost respect. This player was great.

5. Mitchell Stark

The list currently includes Mitchell Starc, Australia’s top fast bowler. Which can be called very spectacular. He is currently the only fast bowler in the list. Which in itself is a great achievement. Mitchell Starc has played 56 Tests for Australia in his career. Where he took 244 wickets at an average of 26.98. He has taken 178 wickets at an average of 22.23 in 91 ODIs and 43 wickets at an average of 18.65 in 31 T20I matches. Starc made the fastest ball of his career against New Zealand in 2015. When he throws the ball at a speed of 160.4 km. Stark is still playing. Although his team hopes he will one day break his record. Jockey would be nice.


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