Five fastest deliveries in Cricket history


Who is the fastest bowler of all the time in cricket history? Answer is Rawalpindi Express Mr. Shoiab Akhtar who bowled a delivery in world cup against England at the pace of 161.3km/h. He is the only Man bowler to reach this much speed during bowling.

Following are 5 best bowling deliveries that are considered fastest deliveries in Cricket History so far.

5. Mitchel Starc

Mitchel Starc left arm fast bowler of Australia Team who bowled a fastest delivery of 160.4 km/h against New Zealand in a Test match.

4. Jeff Thomsan

Jeff Thomsan is also an Australian fast bowler known as Thommo he is considered  on of the fastest bowler of all the time. He wrote his name in the history by throwing a delivery of 160.6 km/h during a net practice session.

3. Brett Lee

He is also a Fast bowler of Australian Cricket Team he is known and famous because of his aggression against opposition players. He is on number 3rd by bowling a delivery of 161.1 km/h in Napier against New ZeaLand in 2005.

2. Shaun Tait 

You must be surprised by knowing that Shaun Tait is also an Australian Cricketer only reason why Australian bowlers are too fast because of the Net Practice and Fast Track Pitches. You can also say that Australian soul is gifted with such a suitable environment to produce fastest bowler. Shaun Tait bowled fastest delivery with pace of 161.1 km/h and joins the fastest bowlers club.

Shaun Tait Bowling
Shaun Tait Bowling

1.  Shoaib Akhtar

Shoaib Akhtar is considered World’s fastest bowler so far. He is from Pakistan Cricket Team. He wrote his name on the Top of this list by delivering cricket bowl at the speed of 161.3 km/h.

Shoaib Akhtar fastest bowling


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