There are few bowlers in world cricket whose bowling speed is compared to the gunfire. Many quick batsmen who are afraid to bat in front of the ball. Take a look, as well as a list of some bowlers whose ball speeds are written in the pages of cricket history.
Third: Australia's long-haul bowler Shaun Tait is third on the list of fastest bowlers in the world. He bowled 161.10 kilometers per hour in a one-dayer against England in 2010. This is the third strongest ball in the history of cricket.
Second: Australia's Brett Lee is second on the list of fastest bowlers in the world. He bowled at 161.10 km per hour in a one-day match against New Zealand in 2005. This is the second loudest ball in the history of cricket.
First: Shoaib Akhtar, one of the best bowlers in Pakistan, is ranked first in the list of fastest bowlers in the world. Shoaib Akhtar bowled at 161.30 km per hour against England in the ICC 2003 One-Day World Cup. This is the highest speed ball in the history of cricket. No bowler could break this record for seventeen years.
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