How many times Brett Lee dismissed Sachin?

2021-05-20 by No Comments

How many times Brett Lee dismissed Sachin?

In fact, Lee has dismissed Tendulkar the most times in international cricket, resulting in 14 dismissal of the former India batsman.

How many times Anderson dismissed Sachin?

Anderson has dismissed Sachin Tendulkar 9 times and Virat Kohli 7 times in Test cricket – that is two generations of Indian cricket and that is the legacy of James Anderson.

What is the fastest delivery of Brett Lee?

His fastest ball was clocked at 161.1 km/h (100.1 mph) against New Zealand in 2005. In a match against West Indies in 2000/01 he bowled a delivery which was clocked at 161.8 km/h (100.5 mph), but this was later shown to be an erroneous measurement of a 142 km/h delivery.

Who is currently the fastest bowler?


Bowler Highest Speed (kmph)
Wahab Riaz 154.5
Mark Wood 154.98
Jofra Archer 155
Mitchell Starc 160.4

Who is the king of yorker?

T Natarajan T Natarajan is the new yorker king of the IPL. So good was T Natarajan in IPL 2020, he became the new yorker king of the IPL, taking over the mantle from Malinga, who skipped the season.

Who is the toughest bowler in the world?

And, according to Kohli, the toughest bowler he has faced is Mohammad Amir. And, these are Kohli’s thoughts on the Pakistani pacer. “In recent times, Mohammad Amir of Pakistan (is the hardest to face). He is in the top two or three bowlers in the world and one of the toughest bowlers I have played in my career.

Which is the slowest bowler in the world?

And the reason behind it is the speed of her slower delivery. Kasperek bowled perhaps the slowest delivery in the history of international cricket as her delivery clocked at 38 kmph.

How many times did Brad Hogg bowled Sachin Tendulkar?

Despite their numerous on-field encounters, Brad Hogg has dismissed Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar just once in his career. In his stellar career that spanned over two decades, Sachin Tendulkar scored 100 centuries across Tests and ODIs — a record that still stands.