Speed ​​bump between Indian and Pakistan Express

Next fastest bowler in the world. 22-year-old Umran Malik, who is playing for Hyderabad team in IPL, has made a splash with his speed. So there is also a bowler in the neighboring country of Pakistan whose speed is discussed.

New Delhi:Today we will talk about the merchants of Raftaar. Do you know who is the fastest bowler in the world? Shoaib Akhtar of Pakistan holds the record for bowling the fastest ball. Australia's Mitchell Starc has bowled the fastest ball among the players of the current era. Our question is who can become the next fastest bowler in the world. 22-year-old Umran Malik, who is playing for Hyderabad team in IPL, has made a splash with his speed. So there is also a bowler in the neighboring country of Pakistan whose speed is discussed.

The question is, who will be the next merchant of Raftaar, Umran Malik or Haris Rauf 

 In the match against Gujarat, he bowled at a speed of 153.3 km, which has been the fastest ball of the season so far. 28-year-old Haris Rauf bowled at a speed of 154.70 in this February PSL i.e. Pakistan Super League.

Who is the next merchant of Raftaar?    
Umran Malik IPL 153.3 Km         
Haris Rauf PCL 154.70 Km 
 
But in terms of age, Umran Malik is 6 years younger than Haris Rauf. That means they have a lot of time. Cricket experts are also telling Umran Malik better. Comparing Umran to Dale Steyn, Lockie Ferguson and Waqar Younis. Veterans like Sunil Gavaskar want Umran to be included in the team for the tour of England starting in June.

Speed ​​bump between Indian and Pakistan Express Next fastest bowler in the world. 22-year-old Umran Malik, who is playing for Hyderabad team in IPL, has made a splash with his speed. So there is also a bowler in the neighboring country of Pakistan whose speed is discussed.   New Delhi:Today we will talk about the merchants of Raftaar. Do you know who is the fastest bowler in the world? Shoaib Akhtar of Pakistan holds the record for bowling the fastest ball. Australia's Mitchell Starc has bowled the fastest ball among the players of the current era. Our question is who can become the next fastest bowler in the world. 22-year-old Umran Malik, who is playing for Hyderabad team in IPL, has made a splash with his speed. So there is also a bowler in the neighboring country of Pakistan whose speed is discussed.  The question is, who will be the next merchant of Raftaar, Umran Malik or Haris Rauf    In the match against Gujarat, he bowled at a speed of 153.3 km, which has been the fastest ball of the season so far. 28-year-old Haris Rauf bowled at a speed of 154.70 in this February PSL i.e. Pakistan Super League.  Who is the next merchant of Raftaar?     Umran Malik IPL 153.3 Km          Haris Rauf PCL 154.70 Km    But in terms of age, Umran Malik is 6 years younger than Haris Rauf. That means they have a lot of time. Cricket experts are also telling Umran Malik better. Comparing Umran to Dale Steyn, Lockie Ferguson and Waqar Younis. Veterans like Sunil Gavaskar want Umran to be included in the team for the tour of England starting in June.  Former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar says, "The next challenge for him, I think, is the Indian team. He may not get a chance in the playing XI because India have Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammad Siraj and Umesh Yadav. Let's see how it affects them by traveling together, sharing the dressing room."   In the last match against Gujarat, Umran wreaked havoc. He took 5 wickets for 25 runs. But the team could not win. Earlier, against Punjab, Malik performed brilliantly with 3 wickets in the 20th over and 4 wickets in the match. Umran's spell was 4 overs, 1 maiden 28 runs and 4 wickets. Not only this, Umran Malik became only the fourth bowler to bowl the 20th over maiden in the IPL. Umran bowls the ball at an average speed of 150 in every match. as we mentioned earlier   In the match against Gujarat, he bowled at a speed of 153.3 km, which has been the fastest ball of the season so far. In the same season against Lucknow, he bowled the ball at a speed of 152.4 km in the 14th over. Last year also the fastest ball was bowled in the tournament. The speed of his one ball against Bangalore was 152.95 kms.  Umran's speed in IPL year-against speed/km 2022 Gujarat 153.3   2022 Lucknow 152.4   2021 Bangalore 152.95   In the 90s, the pace battery of West Indies became a source of fear for the rest of the teams. But then no technology was developed to measure their speed. So their speed can only be estimated. Shoaib Akhtar holds the record for bowling the fastest ball in modern cricket. The Rawalpindi Express bowled against England in the 2003 World Cup with a speed of 161.3 km, which is considered to be the fastest ball till date. Australia's Brett Lee is at number two. Brett Lee bowled against New Zealand in 2005 with a speed of 161.1 km. Australia's Shaun Tait is at number three. Tait threw at a speed of 161.1 kms against England in 2010  Fastest Ball Record Bowler Years Against Speed/km Shoaib Akhtar 2003 England 161.3  Brett Lee 2005 New Zealand 161.1 Shaun Tait 2010 England 161.1  Australia's Mitchell Starc is bowling the fastest ball in the current cricketer. Starc threw at a speed of 160.4 km against New Zealand in the WACA. Stork had pulled out of the IPL this year due to his long bio-bubble. At the same time, the record of bowling the fastest ball for India is recorded in the name of Mohammed Shami. Shami bowled against Zimbabwe in 2003 with a speed of 156.4 km.  Fastest bowler of the current round Bowler's pace against KM Mitchell Starc New Zealand 160.4  Fastest Bowler of India Bowler Vs Pace/km Mohammed Shami Zimbabwe 156.4   Umran Malik has so far taken 15 wickets in 8 matches at an average of 15.93 in IPL. Malik is working hard to join the Indian team. The speed is there, now he is also working on imitation and slow ball. Umran likes to hit the ball at the helmel. In the last match, Hardik Pandya was hit by a dangerous bouncer. Later, his picture of Pandya apologizing to his wife Natasha is also going viral.


Former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar says, "The next challenge for him, I think, is the Indian team. He may not get a chance in the playing XI because India have Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammad Siraj and Umesh Yadav. Let's see how it affects them by traveling together, sharing the dressing room." 

In the last match against Gujarat, Umran wreaked havoc. He took 5 wickets for 25 runs. But the team could not win. Earlier, against Punjab, Malik performed brilliantly with 3 wickets in the 20th over and 4 wickets in the match. Umran's spell was 4 overs, 1 maiden 28 runs and 4 wickets. Not only this, Umran Malik became only the fourth bowler to bowl the 20th over maiden in the IPL. Umran bowls the ball at an average speed of 150 in every match. as we mentioned earlier 

In the match against Gujarat, he bowled at a speed of 153.3 km, which has been the fastest ball of the season so far. In the same season against Lucknow, he bowled the ball at a speed of 152.4 km in the 14th over. Last year also the fastest ball was bowled in the tournament. The speed of his one ball against Bangalore was 152.95 kms.

Umran's speed in IPL
year-against speed/km
2022 Gujarat 153.3  
2022 Lucknow 152.4  
2021 Bangalore 152.95 

In the 90s, the pace battery of West Indies became a source of fear for the rest of the teams. But then no technology was developed to measure their speed. So their speed can only be estimated. Shoaib Akhtar holds the record for bowling the fastest ball in modern cricket. The Rawalpindi Express bowled against England in the 2003 World Cup with a speed of 161.3 km, which is considered to be the fastest ball till date. Australia's Brett Lee is at number two. Brett Lee bowled against New Zealand in 2005 with a speed of 161.1 km. Australia's Shaun Tait is at number three. Tait threw at a speed of 161.1 kms against England in 2010

Fastest Ball Record
Bowler Years Against Speed/km
Shoaib Akhtar 2003 England 161.3 
Brett Lee 2005 New Zealand 161.1
Shaun Tait 2010 England 161.1

Australia's Mitchell Starc is bowling the fastest ball in the current cricketer. Starc threw at a speed of 160.4 km against New Zealand in the WACA. Stork had pulled out of the IPL this year due to his long bio-bubble. At the same time, the record of bowling the fastest ball for India is recorded in the name of Mohammed Shami. Shami bowled against Zimbabwe in 2003 with a speed of 156.4 km.

Fastest bowler of the current round
Bowler's pace against KM
Mitchell Starc New Zealand 160.4

Fastest Bowler of India
Bowler Vs Pace/km
Mohammed Shami Zimbabwe 156.4

Umran Malik has so far taken 15 wickets in 8 matches at an average of 15.93 in IPL. Malik is working hard to join the Indian team. The speed is there, now he is also working on imitation and slow ball. Umran likes to hit the ball at the helmel. In the last match, Hardik Pandya was hit by a dangerous bouncer. Later, his picture of Pandya apologizing to his wife Natasha is also going viral.
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