Indian cricket has always been dominated by the legendary spin bowlers, but now the times are changing, the Indian cricket world which was known for giving great spinners, is giving a lot of fast bowlers today. At present, Team India’s fast bowling attack is one of the best bowling attack in the world. There was a time when in India, there was a strike bowler who took wickets from one end. But today almost every pacer of the Indian team is the ‘striker’ of the wicket.
Many such young fast bowlers have also come out in Indian cricket, who can take the Indian team to new heights in future. Today we will talk about 5 such pacers, who should prepare Team India for the future: See –
Avesh Khan – This right-arm fast bowler had a great performance while playing for Delhi Capitals in the 14th season of IPL. He bowled vigorously, taking 14 wickets in 8 matches to his name. He is the second highest wicket taker in the tournament. During this, he spent 231 runs, putting 30 overs. He made a sensation in the IPL by dismissing veterans like Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni. Apart from this, Avesh Khan has taken a total of 100 wickets in 26 first class matches. Avesh Khan has the ability to take Indian cricket forward.
Shivam Mavi – Shivam Mavi, who represented Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL-14, attracted everyone with his bowling in the 2018 Under-19 World Cup played in Australia. Not only this, he has also learned the qualities of cricket from former India batsman Rahul Dravid. Dravid is preparing Mavi with senior players. In the IPL, he has taken 16 wickets in 20 matches. Apart from this, he has taken 25 wickets in 6 first class matches.
Kamlesh Nagerkoti – This right-arm fast bowler is known for bowling consistently at a speed of 140 km / h. He had caught everyone’s attention by his bowling performance in the ICC Under-19 World Cup played in Australia. He also got the reward for this year, when KKR created a sensation by buying him for Rs 3.2 crore. He has got a chance to play only 11 IPL matches so far. During this time, his name is 5 wickets. Nagerkoti, 21, has taken 11 wickets in 9 List A matches. He has great ability to take Indian cricket forward.