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Who took fastest 50 wickets in ODI?

Here is the list of top 10 bowlers to reach 50 wickets in ODI’s. Ajantha Mendis takes the top spot followed by India’s Ajit Agarkar….Fastest To Reach 50 ODI Wickets.

Pos 1
Player Ajantha Mendis
Country Sri Lanka
Matches 19
Time 0y 277d

Who is the No 1 fast bowler in India?

Gujarat pacer Jasprit Bumrah holds the record for bowling the second fastest delivery by an Indian bowler. Bumrah clocked 153.26 kmph on the speedometer during the first Test match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in 2018. Bumrah also finished the series as the joint highest wicket-taker with 21 wickets.

Who is best all rounder in India?

Top 5 all-rounders in Indian cricket

  1. Vinoo Mankad. Vinoo Mankad. Vinoo Mankad was probably the finest all-rounder of the era that is known for the likes of the Pataudi’s and Gavaskar’s.
  2. Manoj Prabhakar. Manoj Prabhakar.
  3. Ravi Shastri. Ravi Shastri.

Who is the king of fast bowling?

Reon King

Personal information
Born 6 October 1975 (age 46) Good Fortune, West Coast, Demerara, Guyana
Batting Right-hand bat
Bowling Right-arm fast-medium
International information

Who is the fastest bowler in the history of cricket?

Akhtar is regarded as the fastest bowler in the history of the game. He set the official world record by bowling the fastest delivery of 161.3km/h against England at the 2003 World Cup. He took 178 Test wickets and 247 wickets in ODIs in a career that spanned between 1997 and 2011. Fastest Ball in History – Shoaib Akhtar

Which is the fastest delivery in Cricket World Cup?

He clocked his fastest delivery at 160.4 kmph (99.7 mph). And, his average has a consistent value of 146.4 kph throughout the matches. The left-arm fast bowler helped Australia to lift the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2015. He took 182 test wickets and 140 ODI wickets in his professional career since 2010.

Who is second fastest Indian cricketer to take 50 wickets?

On 5 March 2014, in an Asia cup match against Afghanistan, Shami became the second fastest Indian to take 50 ODI wickets. He ended the tournament with 9 wickets at 23.59. After losing the Test series by 3–1 against England India won the ODI series by 3–1 in which Shami took 8 wickets at 24.16.

Who is the fastest left arm bowler in the world?

Fidel Edwards is the left arm and fastest bowler in the world. He is one of the finest bowlers of the West Indies team and made his fastest delivery of 159.7 km/h against South Africa in 2003. Fidel recorded 165 wickets in test cricket and 60 wickets in ODI as of 2021. He also participated in IPL for Deccan Chargers and Rajasthan Royals.