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| On Mar 27, 2020 10:27 PM IST

Australia legend picks best all-format bowler

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Australian ex cricketer and veteran left arm chinaman bowler Brad Hogg has been active in the quarantine period where he keeps engaging with his fans through question and answer session in twitter. He was a brilliant bowler in his time and also played the most prestigious Indian premier league till 4 years back where he was in his mid forty.

He is a brilliant broadcaster and has earned fans all over the world for his sensible comments over the current happenings about cricket. In his latest interactive session, he was seen picking best bowlers across formats from all over the world.

Brad Hogg picks 2 Australians in the list

It is a known fact that Australians have always produced terrific pacers over the years and have given the opposition batters hard times. Right from Denniss Lillee to Jeff Thompson to Glen Mcgrath to Brett Lee, the 5 time world cup winning team never made the batsmen from the opposition camp to breathe free.

At the moment, Australians have a world class trio in Pat Cummins who also happens to be the #1 bowler in the longest format of the game, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood.

When a fan asked about the best bowler across formats, Brad Hogg replied with Trent Boult, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Jasprit Bumrah as his 4 best bowlers across formats.

Player’s spending their time with family during quarantine

The life of a cricketer is one of the most difficult one as they don’t have any time to spend time with their families due to frequent travelling to play cricket. This quarantine period might be a blessing in disguise for the cricketers as most of them are seen spending some quality time with their loved ones.

The #1 limited overs bowler and Indian’s spearhead in Jasprit Bumrah tweeted a photo along with his family members in the quarantine period quoting that he spent some quality time with them and also asked others to stay inside the home to fight against covid-19.

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