Shoiab Akhtar was one of the most feared bowlers in cricket history. The blistering pace that he bowled at often bamboozled the batsmen around the world. Akhtar was often in competition with Brett Lee for the title of the world’s fastest bowler and even bowled a delivery that clocked 161.3 km/h. Akhtar’s career did not last long due to various injuries but he managed 178 Test and 247 ODI wickets. However, there was one batsman who was able to play Akhtar’s scorching deliveries. On ESPNcricinfo Videocast, the ‘Rawalpindi Express’ revealed that it was his teammate Inzamam-ul-Haq who could read the ball a second faster than others. READ | Please Rohit not against Australia, do it versus Pakistan, West Indies: Brett Lee’s special request“To be honest, it’s Inzamam-ul-Haq. See my action is very complicated unlike Bret Lee’s but I could not bowl him out even once in the nets in 10 years. I think he could read the ball a second faster than others.” He also praised few other batters like Martin Crowe and Rahul Dravid. “I think Martin Crowe would have played me well too. He was a magician and very elegant. Among Indian players, Rahul Dravid… Read full this story
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