Umran Malik bowled a delivery of 163.7 kmph in the practice session, Watch Video
The discussions about India’s new Raftaar Express Umran Malik are increasing day by day. After showing his flair in the IPL, now Malik’s eyes are on the series with South Africa. Where the selectors along with the fans have high hopes from Umran, the king of speed. At the same time, Umran, who intimidated the batsmen with his fast ball in the IPL, has created history where according to sources and cricket B, he has broken the record of Pakistan fast bowler Akhtar by bowling at a speed of 167.3 kmph during practice.
Playing for Hyderabad in IPL 2022, speedster Umran Malik took a total of 22 wickets while performing brilliantly. Where his best performance was taking five wickets for 25 runs in 4 overs. He was also awarded the man of the match title. Awarded the title of Emerging Player of IPL 2022.
Umran Malik has created history during a practice session ahead of the T20I against South Africa starting on June 9. He has created history by breaking Akhtar’s record of the ball bowled at a speed of 161 kmph during the practice session. He bowled at a speed of 163.7 km/h in the practice session. According to Cric Buzz it has been claimed that during the practice session, Malik bowled at a speed of 163.7 km/h.
In 2003, against England, Akhtar created history by bowling at a speed of 161.3 kmph. At the same time, make it clear that Umran can do a big job in this series. This series is being considered as a trial for the players before the World Cup 2022. Where good performance can confirm his ticket in the World Cup. When Umran’s performance is rising on Indian pitches, then understand how Umran will perform on foreign soil.
According to the claims, Umran bowled at a speed of 163.7 but would have to perform at the international level to break this standard. So that this record can be recorded on the pages of history. According to sources, the speed with which Umran is putting the ball in the net practice would not be wrong to say that Umran, who broke Akhtar’s record in net practice in the series against South Africa, will leave his mark on the world stage by repeating the feat in the T20 match as well.