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Published on 17 Jan 2016 | about 1 year ago

Fastest Ball in Cricket History 161.3 kph By Shoaib Akhtar Best moments
shaoaib akhtar known as Rawalpindi express bowled the fastest ball in cricket history at the speed of 161.3 kilometer per hour speed, he was the first bowler to cross 100 miles per houe speed, after the Shoaib akhtar brett lee and Shaun Tait are the other bowlers who had recorded 100 miles per hour speed,.
From the moment Shoaib emerged on the scene in the late 90s, the world knew it was in for some career. First there was the extreme pace and there was also the attitude; Shoaib was the fastest bowler in the world, he knew it, he made sure others knew it. He was a natural successor to the legacy of Imran, Wasim and Waqar. But that he will end his career an ‘if only’ or a ‘coulda been’ is the great tragedy. He had it all and he blew it.
Other peaks came intermittently, but from 2004 to 2006, he rediscovered a spark; the trophy was the home series win over England in 2005-06 in which he took 17 wickets. By this time not only was he still very, very quick, but he had become an extremely smart bowler, an oft-underrated aspect of his development.
Other peaks came intermittently, but from 2004 to 2006, he rediscovered a spark; the trophy was the home series win over England in 2005-06 in which he took 17 wickets. By this time not only was he still very, very quick, but he had become an extremely smart bowler, an oft-underrated aspect of his development.
Shoaib Akhtar says after making the record of fastest ball in cricket history that “It doesn’t matter to me whether somebody recognises the speed gun or not. For me, it’s satisfying that I have bowled the fastest-ever delivery.”

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