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Best Fast Pace Bowlers In T20 World Cup Of All Time- Compiled List

Fast bowlers are among the most important members of any cricket team. Since the early days of the game, fast bowlers have been known to bowl at breakneck speeds, and there is no doubt that having a fast bowler has always been a sought-after quality in the game. Know about the updates of t20 world cup live match and be prepared to be thrilled

Fast bowlers are also known for their ability to take wickets, especially those who can bowl at speeds over 150 kph. There is a reason why the fastest bowlers in cricket are some of the most sought-after players in the game. The pace and accuracy that they possess make them almost impossible to face when bowling in tandem with other fast bowlers or spinners.

Among all these greats, a few have etched their names in history by bowling the pace balls in cricket history. Here, we look at the fastest bowlers in the world

  1. Mohammad Sami (Pakistan)

At an average speed of 143kph, Sami was named one of the fastest bowlers in T20 cricket history. He is also one of only three players who have bowled over 150kph on two different occasions, while there are only two other players who have done so more than once.

Sami was a member of Pakistan’s World T20 winning squad in 2009 and also played for Pakistan A in the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy. He played his first Test match against Sri Lanka in 2006, taking five wickets. He has taken 21 wickets from 17 ODIs at an average speed of 141kph, including three five-wicket hauls (5/27 against Zimbabwe, 5/31 against England, and 5/53 against Ireland).

He has also taken eight wickets from 8 T20Is at an average speed of 133kph, including two four-wicket hauls (4/14 against Ireland and 4/18 against Zimbabwe). Sami’s best bowling figures in international cricket are 5/53 against Ireland in the 2007 World Cup. He made his debut as a specialist batsman in 2009, when he scored 69 off just 46 balls. It was the fastest fifty by any Pakistani bowler in ODIs.

  1. Shoaib Akhtar (Pakistan)

Speedster Shoaib Akhtar was the fastest bowler to reach 150kph and 160kph. He was also the joint-fastest bowler in cricket history to reach the 150km/h mark, achieving it in just his second delivery during a pre-series warm-up match against New Zealand in 2003. Shoaib reached 160km/h against West Indies at Brisbane on March 30, 2005. 

Akhtar was born in Pakistan on October 18, 1976, and made his debut in Pakistan in 2001. He has been the captain of the Rawalpindi Rams team since 2013. Akhtar played a total of 46 Test matches and took 244 wickets at an average of 29.20. He also played in 228 ODIs and claimed 184 wickets at an average of 30.14.

  1. Brett Lee (Australia)

Brett Lee was born on March 13, 1976, and played his first Test match in 1999. He is considered one of Australia’s fastest bowlers with an average speed of 149km/h. In his career, he has taken 310 wickets at an average of 23.24 in the Test format, while in ODIs, he took 255 wickets at an average of 32.94.

  1. Mitchell Starc (Australia)

Mitchell Robert Starc was born on October 24, 1990, and made his debut in Australia in 2013. He is considered one of the best fast bowlers in the world with an average speed of 145km/h. In his career, he has taken 130 wickets at an average of 26.36 in the Test format, while in ODIs, he took 131 wickets at an average of 21.62

  1. Shaun Tait (Australia)

Shaun Robert Tait was born on October 20, 1979, and made his debut in Australia in 2001. He is considered one of the fastest bowlers in the world with an average speed of 150km/h. In his career, he has taken 197 wickets at an average of 27.50 in the Test format, while in ODIs, he took 204 wickets at an average of 29.

Shaun Tait is a left-arm fast bowler and has played for the Australian cricket team. He made his debut in One Day Internationals in 2001 against Pakistan. In 2004, he played his first Test match against New Zealand at Hobart, Tasmania. It was his performance in the 2007 ICC World Twenty20 that earned him a call-up to the Australian Test team for the series against Sri Lanka later that year.

  1. Andy Roberts (West Indies)

Andrew Deonarine “Andy” Roberts was born on January 20, 1954, and made his debut for West Indies in 1975. He is considered one of the fastest bowlers in the world with an average speed of 149km/h. In his career, he has taken 170 wickets at an average of 25.54 in the Test format, while in ODIs, he took 171 wickets at an average of 24.

  1. Umesh Yadav (India)

Umesh Kumar Yadav is an Indian cricketer who plays for the Indian team as a fast bowler. He made his debut against Australia in 2011 and has taken 64 wickets at an average of 27.72 in Test matches. In ODIs, he has taken 66 wickets at an average of 29.

  1. Jeffrey Thomson (Australia)

Jeffrey Scott Thomson is an Australian cricketer who played for the Australian team. He made his debut against England in 1977 and was one of the fastest bowlers of his time with an average speed of 150km/h. In his career, he has taken 64 wickets at an average of 27.72 in Test matches, while in ODIs, he took 66 wickets at an average of 29.

  1. Tim David (England)

Tim David is an English cricketer who played for the English team. He made his debut against Australia in 1993 and has taken 60 wickets at an average of 28.33 in Test matches. In ODIs, he has taken 62 wickets at an average of 29.

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