India’s Fastest Bowler
India’s young fast bowler Umran Malik has become the fastest bowler of his country, surpassing Jasprit Bumrah.
India won the first T20 match against Sri Lanka by 2 runs after a very exciting contest.
Fast bowler Shivam Mavi, who made his T20 debut, played an important role in India’s success by taking 4 wickets and giving his team a 0-0 lead in the 3-match series.
In this match played in Mumbai, apart from Shivam Mavi, fast bowler Umran Malik also surprised the audience with the fastest bowling.
In the match played yesterday, Umran Malik not only got 2 wickets by giving 27 runs in 4 overs, but he also bowled at a speed of 155 km per hour, which was also recorded by the speed gun.
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Before Umran Malik, Jasprit Bumrah, who bowled at a speed of 153.36 kilometers per hour, held the record for the fastest bowler from India, while Mohammad Shami is third in the race with a speed of 153 kilometers per hour. The ball was bowled at speed.
It should be remembered that the title of the fastest bowler in the world is currently held by Pakistan’s former speed star Shoaib Akhtar, who bowled at a speed of 161.3 km per hour in a match against England during the 2003 World Cup.