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Shahid Afridi Report Abuse
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Wasim Akram Report Abuse
Wasim Akram and quick and was a master in swing and seam. Although subcontinental pitch does not supports the fast bowling, Wasim Akram mangaed to move ball in bothe ways and took more than 900 wickets. He is also the second highest wicket taker in ODI cricket with 502 wickets.
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Sachin Tendulkar Report Abuse
Tendulkar is the first and the only player in Test Cricket history to score fifty centuries, and the first to score fifty centuries in all international cricket combined; he now has 99 centuries (48 ODI & 51 Test cricket) in international cricket.[9] On 17 October 2008, when he surpassed Brian Lara's record for the most runs scored in Test cricket, he also became the first batsman to score 12,000, 13,000, 14,000 and 15,000 runs in that form of the game
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Donald Bradman Report Abuse
Who else? No self-respecting list of the greatest batsmen ever could have anyone else at its head. Has anyone dominated their sport as much as Bradman? It almost defies belief that his average of 99.94 is almost 40 runs higher than the second best for 20 completed innings (Graeme Pollock at 60.97). Of his many staggering batting feats, here are three examples. First, his consecutive triple centuries at Headingley in the Ashes tests of 1930 and 1934. Second, his 974 runs in five tests during the 1930 Ashes series in England including three double centuries – both records. Finally, his second innings knock of 270 during the Third Test at Melbourne during the Ashes series of 1936/37, which was rated by Wisden as the best test match innings of all time in 2001. It enabled Australia, who were two down in the series, to win the match and they completed a remarkable turnaround by winning the fourth (Bradman making 212) and fifth (Bradman, 169) tests – still the only time a team has come back from two down to win a test match rubber, and Bradman was the captain of course.
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Shane Warne Report Abuse
Leg break is one the difficult ball to control the line and lenght. Still, no one can argue that, Shane Warne is in the top 2 after the fact that, Shane Warne took more than 900 wickets in International cricket bowling leg break and most bowling in Australian pitch which does not support spin bowling.
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Ricky Ponting Report Abuse
The outstanding batsman playing the game today, Ponting is widely acknowledged as the best Australian batsman since Bradman – high praise indeed. One of Ponting’s main strengths is his versatility in that he can score quickly, counter-attack or tough it out when the situation demands. Other strengths include his consistency and his habit of playing match winning innings.
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Garfield Sobers Report Abuse
Widely regarded as Cricket’s greatest all-rounder, Sobers was so good with the bat that he also ranks behind only the immortal Bradman on this list. Sobers mixed elegance with power and for a long time held the record for the highest Test score until he was usurped by his fellow West Indian Brian Lara. Perhaps his best innings though came for the Rest of the World against Australia in 1972 when Sobers played an innings of 254 which was described by Bradman as “probably the greatest exhibition of batting ever seen in Australia”
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Muttiah Muralitharan Report Abuse
no one other than Muttiah Muralitharan. Muttiah Muralitharan has an ability to spin the ball even in glass due to his unique off spin action. Muralithan has taken more than 1300 wickets in international cricket and he is the highest wicket taker in both forms of cricket. So, without any doubt, Muttiah Muralitharan tops the list of top ten bowlers of all time.
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Shaun Pollock Report Abuse
South Africa has always been known for the fast bowling attack. Among the good bowlers of South Africa, Shaun Pollock found himself in the top spot. The main strength of the Shaun Pollock was accuracy and swing. And, with over 800 wickets in international cricket, Shaun Pollock is listed in one of the top bowlers in cricket at 9th spot.
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Brian Lara Report Abuse
The man with the highest Test and First Class scores of 400 not out and 501 not out respectively, Lara is the fourth of six West Indians on the list. When he started his career, West Indian dominance was on the wane. By the time he finished it, his side was in the doldrums and as a result he spent most of his time trying to keep the West Indies afloat making his record even more impressive. Perhaps his best achievement was in 1999 in the home series against Australia, when he single-handedly won the second and third tests with scores of 213 and 153 not out after his side had been obliterated in the first test. He scored a century too in the fourth and final test, but couldn’t prevent Australia squaring the series.
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Glenn McGrath Report Abuse
Glenn McGrath is the right arm fast medium bowler from Australia. He has taken more than 900 wickets in test cricket at very impressive average. Glenn McGrath accurated line, length bowling and swings were his weapons. There is no doubt Glenn McGrath made to the list of top ten bowlers in cricket world.
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