Who is best bowler Shaheen or Amir?

best bowler Shaheen or Amir

Who is best bowler Shaheen or Amir?

Cricket: Left arm fast bowlers v Indian team

that in one out of six bowls the ball and all in different ways throws Like other left arm fast bowlers, he is also a rare and genuine talent , Navjot Singh Sidhu, a well-known Indian cricketer, once did this comment for Pakistani fast bowler Wasim Akram.

For years, fast left-arm bowlers have been considered a special and rare talent. Most of these bowlers have a special knack for getting the ball into a good rhythm and tricking batsmen with a swing.

Because most batsmen are right-handed, it is difficult for them to judge the variations in swing, rebound, and pace of a fast left-arm bowler.

Many past and present batting lineups have found it difficult against fast left-arm bowlers.

When left-arm fast bowlers worked at the other end of the field, Indian batsmen often faced problems.

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cm final crise

Chasing a big goal in the semi-finals of the 2015 ODI World Cup, India got off to a good start. But Australia had two fast left-arm bowlers in their roster, Mitchell Johnson and Mitchell Starc.

Both of them played very well in this match and each of them took two wickets each. Mitchell Johnson played a few balls and got Virat Kohli’s all-important wicket in that game.

Mitchell Starc and another fast New Zealand left arm bowler Trent Boult were the main wicket takers at this World Cup. Both took 22-22 wickets in the World Cup.

But India’s semi-final woes continued in the 2019 World Cup as well. left arm did the damage in this game.

Trent Boult fired Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja. He could only manage two wickets but the impact he had and the way he prepared Jadeja well turned the fortunes of the Indian team in this tournament.


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pakistan double trouble

In 2017, the Trophée des Champions final was an important match. An even and tough match was expected in the India vs Pakistan final. But it was a match Indian cricket fans would love to forget.

Even though Fakhar Zaman’s century helped Pakistan post a big score, it was Mohammad Amir’s left-arm pace that completely destroyed India’s chances.

Most of the balls he threw early in this game were accurate and he fired Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli. In this match, the fate of Mohammad Amir was hailed at length.

Another fast bowler from Pakistan with his left arm destroys India’s chances in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021. Shaheen Shah Afridi took 3 important wickets and India couldn’t salvage much in this match.

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On all four occasions the fast left arm bowlers not only picked up important wickets but also created a lot of doubts in the minds of the Indian batsmen.

The examples given so far are international matches and in the matches discussed the pitch has helped the bowlers a lot. But last week, even on normal, less dangerous pitches in Visakhapatnam, a fast left-arm bowler landed a blow on the batsman.

Mitchell Starc played well in this ODI and the way he fired some of the Indian batsmen was a sudden eye opener for the Indian batting line-up. He took five wickets and India could only make a small score. Also in the last game he took three wickets and it looked like he would hinder India’s victory.

The ODI World Cup is fast approaching and India have very little time to deal with fast left arm bowlers. Against fast left-arm bowlers in an important knockout game, opponents will very easily exploit any weaknesses or past history.


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Fast bowlers are a threat not only to India but also to other teams

On the threat of left-arm fast bowlers destroying India’s batting line-up senior sports journalist shankar Says: “The problem is that left-arm fast bowlers are still a danger not only to India but also to Indian teams. ‘other countries. It is not easy to judge their diversity and rebound.”

“Also, we won’t have much of a chance of playing fast left-arm bowlers in national matches.”

“Late, but India certainly struggled against fast left-arm bowlers. That too in important knockout matches. During day and night games, fast left-arm bowlers may have more problems. East.”

When asked if Virat Kohli’s frequent outings against fast left-arm bowlers in crucial matches was a concern, Shankar said: “Virat Kohli is a great batsman. Out but with his ability he will take care of it at the right time. But at the moment, the Indian roster suddenly looks shaky in just a few games and there is little time left to make a decision against capable fast bowlers.”

Shankar says: “Even if there is a weakness, it is not related to his talent. Maybe it has to do with his state of mind due to past failures. The only problem left-arm fast bowlers face is when the team begins to focus on other issues, left-arm fast bowling won’t be as threatening. One way to counter this is to regularly face fast left-arm bowlers into the net. Bowling at all the top batsmen won’t be difficult.

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There are only six months left for the ODI World Cup. In such a situation, it remains to be seen whether or not fast left-arm bowling will become a thorn in India’s way to victory. Also, the team has very few left-arm fast bowlers.

Arshdeep Singh is young and still learning the game. Jaydev Unadkat has played very few matches, his experience is less. Natarajan had played some time ago. In such a situation, the names of Chetan Sakaria and Khaleel Ahmed come to the fore, but this too does not happen regularly.

In such a situation, there is a double challenge facing India. The first is that he has to take care of the left-arm fast bowlers and the second is to prepare the left-arm fast bowlers in the team.

The IPL is set to begin by the end of the month, but it will be a different format and concerns against left-arm fast bowlers won’t be discussed for some time. But it is true that India now has less time to prepare for the World Cup.

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