Top 5 best bowlers of all time

Cricket the game of bond, the game of love has many viewers all around the world. So here is the list of top 5 bowlers of all time.

1) Muttiah Muralitharan

Muralitharan is one of the biggest bowler in cricket history. He is a right- arm off break bowler. He made his debut vs Australia in R.Premadasas stadium on 28th August 1992. With his right-arm off break bowling style he has 1347 international wickets in his name which came in just 583 innings with an average of 22.86. He had conceded runs with an economy of 2.92.

2) Shane Warne

Shane Warne is one of the biggest Australian spinner around the world. He is well known for his magical skills of turning the ball. He is a Right-arm leg break bowler. He made his international debut vs India in Sydney Cricket Ground on 2nd January 1992. He has 1001 international wickets in his name which came in just 464 innings with an average of 25.51. He had conceded runs with an economy of just 2.98.

3) Anil Kumble

4) Glenn McGrath

Anil Kumble know as the gem of Indian bowling. He is one of the greatest spinners in India. He is a Right-arm leg break bowler. He made his international debut vs SriLanka in Sharjah Cricket Stadium on 25th April 1990. He has 956 international wickets on his name which came in just 501 innings with an average of 30.09. He had given runs with an economy of just 3.11.

Glenn McGrath another great Australian bowler know for his ability to swing the bowl. Mcgrath had a very great rivalry with sachin. He is a Right-arm fast-medium bowler. He made his international debut vs Newzealand in W.A.C.A. Ground in 12th November 1993. He has 949 international wickets on his name which cam win just 493 innings with an average of 21.76. He had conceded runs with an economy of just 2.93.

5) Wasim Akram

Wasim akram know as the legend of pakistan bowling. He had made his huge name on his ability to swing the bowl and gave batsmen’s a nightmare. He is a Left-arm fast bowler. He made his international debut vs Newzealand in Iqbal Stadium on 23rd November 1984. He has 916 international wickets on his name which came in just 532 innings with an average of 23.57. He had conceded runs with an economy of just 3.17.

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