Plenty Of Bowlers Available In Pakistan Domestic Cricket, Like Umran Malik, A Former Pakistani Player Gave Strange Comment On Young Indian Pacer

Umran Malik is one of the rarest Indian pacers with extreme pace and good length. Many fast bowlers came to world cricket from the Indian side, but no one has sheer pace like Umran Malik. This pure fast bowler of tall stature can bowl continuously at a speed of 150 kilometers per hour. Veteran speedsters like; Dale Steyn, Brett Lee, and Wasim Akram also admire his pace.

Former Pakistan’s fast bowler Sohail Khan has given a strange statement about Umran. Sohail said there are plenty of bowlers like Umran Malik in Pakistan’s domestic cricket.

“I think Umran Malik is a good bowler. I have seen his 1 or 2 matches. He runs fast and pays attention to other things too. But if you think of 150-155 kmph bowlers, I can name 12 to 15 players who currently play tape-ball cricket. You will find many players if you go to the trials organized by Lahore Qalandars. There are many bowlers like Umran Malik available in Pakistan domestic cricket.” Sohail Khan said in The Nadir Ali Podcast.

Umran Malik has bowled the ball at a speed of 156 km in the series against Sri Lanka. Now Shoaib Akhtar’s record seems to be in danger. On the other hand, Sohail says that Akhtar’s speed record of 163.3 kmph cannot be broken by humans.

“There is only one thing that can break Shoaib Akhtar’s record: the bowling machine. A human cannot do this. The reason for this is Shoaib’s hard work. Which no one has done? He used to do 32 rounds in a week, whereas I could complete only 10 rounds.” Sohail further added.

Umran Malik, who made his international debut in June last year, has played 16 international matches for India, including 8 ODIs and 8 T20s. Umran has taken a total of 24 wickets in his name. Umran Malik, who plays for Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the IPL, is also the coach of the franchise, Dale Steyn. Former Australia pacer Brett Lee has even compared him to Ferrari

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