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Top 10 Fastest Bowlers In Cricket History | NE WORK PLACE

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1 Shoaib Akhtar: Shoaib Akhtar has been dominating the sports world. Shoaib Akhtar was born on 13 August 1975 and is a former Pakistan cricket team player who was born in Rawalpindi. His bowling speed is 161.3 kph. Shoaib Akhtar's family lives in Rawalpindi. He belonged to a poor family, due to which he had to face many problems in his childhood. His nickname is Rawalpindi Express. This is because he used to bowl at the speed of the Rawalpindi express train. Shoaib Akhtar is a happy and alive-hearted person. Shoaib Akhtar is the first fastest bowler in the world on the basis of his hard work and ability. His international career started in 1997. He loves Tour and Travel.

Shoaib Akhtar Records – Test Matches 46 Wickets 178, ODI Matches 163 Matches Wickets 247. T20I 15 Matches 19 Wickets.

2 Brett Lee: Brett Lee was born on 8 November 1976 in New South Wales. His father's name is Bob and his mother's name is Helen. Brett Lee completed his early education at Balrang Public School and Oats High School. Brett Lee started his cricket career in the year 1999 against Pakistan. His bowling speed is 161.1 in the world. He is the first bowler to take a hat trick in 20I.

Brett Lee Records – Test Matches 76 Wickets 310, ODI Matches 221 Wickets 380, T20I Matches 25 Wickets 28.

3 Shaun Tait: Sean Tait was born on 22 February 1883 in Bedford Park Adelaide, South Australia. Right-arm fast bowler Shaun Tait made his debut in the Test format. He played his first match against England in Nottingham on 25–28 August 2005. He has the number 3 position in Cricket World for his 161.1 Kph Bowling speed.

Shaun Tait Records: Test Matches 3 Wickets 5, ODI Matches 35 Wickets 62, T20I Matches 21 Wickets 28.

4 Jeff Thomson: Thomson's debut was in the year 1972-73. In this match, he had given 110 runs and could not take any wickets. His Bowling speed is 160.6 kph. Due to this bowling speed, he is ranked fourth in the world.

Jeff Thomson Records: Test Matches 51 Wickets 200, ODI Matches 50 Wickets 55.

5 Mitchell Starc: Mitchell Starc was born on 30 Jan 1990 in Baulkham Hills, New South Wales, Australia. He is a left-arm bowler. Mitchell Starc got his international debut against India in 2010. His height is 6 feet 6 inches. His bowling speed is 160.4 kph.

Mitchell Starc Records: Test Matches 71 Wickets 287, ODI Matches 105 Wickets 206, T20I Matches 58 Wickets 73.

6 Anderson Montgomery Everton Roberts: (born 29 January 1951), short for Andy Roberts, is a former West Indies cricketer from Antigua and Barbuda. He was the feared fast bowler of the West Indies in the 1970s-80s. His bowling speed is 159.5.

Anderson Montgomery Everton Roberts Records: Test Matches 47 Wickets 202, ODI Matches 56 Wickets 87.

7 Fidel Henderson Edwards: (born 6 February 1982) is a Barbadian cricketer who plays all formats of the game. A fast bowler, his round-arm action is not "unlike" that of former fast bowler Jeff Thomson.

Fidel Henderson Edwards Records: Test Matches 55 Wickets 165, ODI Matches 50 Wickets 60, T20I Matches 26 Wickets 20.

8 Michael Johnson: Michael Johnson (born 2 November 1981) is an Australian cricketer. Michael Johnson (born 2 November 1981) is an Australian cricketer. He is a left-arm fast bowler and a left-handed batsman. He was awarded the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy, the International Cricket Council's 2009 "Cricketer of the Year" award. In 2009, he became the first Australian cricketer to take 30 wickets and score 300 runs in a calendar year. After Shane Warne, he became only the second Australian cricketer and 13th player in the world to take more than 300 wickets and score more than 2,000 runs in Test cricket.

Michael Johnson Records: Test Matches 73 Wickets 313, ODI Matches 153 Wickets 239, T20I Matches 30 Wickets 38.

9 Mohammad Sami: Mohammed Sami is an Indian international cricketer. He is a right-arm fast bowler and right-handed batsman who plays for Bengal in domestic cricket. Mohammed Sami was born on 9 March 1990) in Amroha, Uttar Pradesh. Mohammed Sami played his first international match against Pakistan in 2013. On 23 January 2019, Mohammed Sami became the fastest Indian bowler to take 100 ODI wickets. Mohammad Sami is the number 9th bowler in world cricket with a speed of 156.4 KPH.

Mohammed Sami Records: Test Matches 60 Wickets 216, ODI Matches 82 Wickets 152, T20I Matches 23 Wickets 24.

10 Shane Bond: Shane Bond (born 7 June 1975). He is a New Zealand Cricketer. His fastest bowling speed is 156.4 KPH. Shane Bond started his international cricket on 22 November 2001 in Australia.

Shane Bond Record: Test Matches 18 Wickets 87, ODI Matches 82 Wickets 147, T20I Matches 20 Wickets 25.

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