Shoaib Akhtar, the former fast bowler of Pakistan, set the world record for bowling the fastest ball (161.3 km per hour) against England today 18 years ago. When Akhtar bowled the ball, England opener Nick Knight was playing in front of him at the time. This is a record that no bowler can break even after 18 years. Years later, Akhtar was asked which bowler he was currently in, who could break the record for fast bowling, where he answered without hesitation.
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Speaking to SportsKida, he said, “I don’t think anyone can break my record at this time. Akhtar, popularly known as the Rawalpindi Express, has frightened batsmen throughout his career and has taken wickets seriously. Akhtar holds the record for fastest delivery since Australia’s Shaun Tait. He bowled against England at 161.3 km / h. Tate surprised everyone by retiring at age 25 due to injury.
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Australia’s former speed sensation Brett Lee is third on the list. Lee threw the third fastest ball (160.8 km per hour) in cricket history against New Zealand at Napier 16 years ago. Looking at Akhtar’s international career, he has played 63 Tests, 163 ODIs and 15 T20s for Pakistan. He took 178 Tests, 227 ODIs and 19 T20 wickets respectively.