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Top 10 Greatest Spinners Of All Time
Top 10 Greatest Spinners Of All Time is a list which will take you back in history and then bring you back to the recent past talking about those who spun the cricket ball like no one else could. The ability to spin the ball needs to be cultivated and only then can it be used as a successful weapon against the opponent. Bringing you the list of the Top 10 Greatest Spinners Of All Time.
1. Shane Warne
Shane Warne is the best spin bowler ever in the international cricket.
This leg spinner from Australia has taken 708 wickets in 145 Tests and 293 wickets in 194 ODIs.
Warne’s action was sophisticated and he had a huge arsenal of deliveries for the batsman.
2. Muttiah Muralitharan
Muttiah Muralitharan is one of the amazing spin bowlers of all time.
Muralitharan has taken a record number of 800 wickets in 133 Tests and 534 wickets in 350 ODIs.
Murali’s achievements, abilities, talent and longevity cannot be expressed in words.
3. Anil Kumble
Anil Kumble is maestro legendary leg spin bowler from India, known as “Jumbo” among his teammates.
He has taken 619 wickets in 132 Tests and 337 wickets in ODIs.
He is only the second bowler in the history of cricket who has taken 10 wickets in an innings.
4. Jim Laker
Jim Laker was one of the most successful English bowlers who hold a record of taking 19 wickets in a match.
He has taken 193 wickets in just 46 Tests with an average of 21.21 in his career.
His off-breaks were totally unplayable, which made him very dangerous bowler.
5. Saqlain Mushtaq
Saqlain Mushtaq is legendary Pakistani spin bowler who gave us the ‘doosra’ .
Saqlain’s doosra was a regular off-spin which would turn away from the batsman leaving him clueless.
He ended his career with 208 wickets in 49 Tests and 288 wickets in 169 ODI matches.
6. Lance Gibbs
Lance Richard Gibbs is a West Indian cricketer and one of the most successful bowlers in the test cricket.
He was an off spin bowler and taken 309 wickets in 79 test matches with an average of 29.09.
He was the second bowler and the first spinner to cross the 300 wickets mark.
7. Abdul Qadir
He is a former Pakistani spin bowler who has taken 300 wickets in his career.
He was one of the most successful bowlers during the period of 1980’s.
Qadir packed six different ones in an over surprising the batsman over and over again.
8. Bishan Singh Bedi
Bishan Singh Bedi is a former Indian cricketer and a world class off spin bowler during his time.
He has represented India in 67 test matches and taken 266 test wickets with an average of 28.17.
His best ones were movement in the air, delivering those loopy ones and speed it up when the batsman would least expect it.
9. Derek Underwood
Derek Underwood is one of the best spin bowlers in England during the period of 1960 to 1970.
In a career spanning over a decade, he took 297 wickets in 86 Test matches for England.
Nicknamed ‘Deadly’ by his teammates, he was well known for his accuracy and precision.
10. Richie Benaud
Richard Benaud is the former successful Australian test cricketer and a spin bowler.
He has represented Australia in 66 test matches where he has taken 248 wickets for his team.
Benaud was a wicket taking machine. His best bowling figure is 7 wickets for 72 runs.