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5 Most exciting young fast bowlers in the world

Cricket is a sport where each and every department in itself is a separate art by its own rights. But there is something always intriguing about fast bowling. There is always that added awesomeness about the faster bowlers.

There is no respite and breathing period for the express bowlers. They have to bowl their heart out even on a pitch that is not offering them anything. No wonder why fast bowlers do not have a really long career like spinners or even batsmen for that matter.

Over the years, the cricketing world has seen some thunderous and awe-inspiring faster bowlers like Malcolm Marshall, Joel Garner, Michael Holding, Alan Donald, Dale Steyn, Brett Lee, Shoaib Akhtar, etc.

Here we look at 5 of the most exciting fast bowlers who are going to rock the cricketing world in the upcoming years around the world.

1. Naseem Shah

The thundering Pakistani pacer touted to be a 17-year-old kid, has impressed one and all with his hostile fast bowling. The tearaway quick who made his debut against the Australians at the Brisbane bowled his heart out and troubled each and every batsman with his pace. He hurried the batsman big time and looked like a genuine future prospect for Pakistan.

Here are some of the videos of him rattling the batsmen

2. Jhye Richardson

The 23-year-old Western Australian pacer has been a massive revelation in the Australian circuit for quite some time now. He is a bowler with loads of potential and talent and would walk straight into any playing XI around the world except for Australia as the Australians have a top-class trio in Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood, that this kid is finding it really difficult to break into the Australian setup.

The right-arm quick who can bowl consistently above 90 mph made his debut in 2017 and has only played a handful of matches since then. He has played 2 Tests, 13 ODIs and 9 T20Is to date.

He even dismissed the #1 batsman Virat Kohli for 3 consecutive times in ODIs when India toured Australia last time around.


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