Google+ Ten Best Cricket Bowlers in 2015 | Cricket Freaks

Ten Best Cricket Bowlers in 2015

Samuel Badree

Samuel Badree – He plays for the West Indies national time in T20 internationals as a leg spin bowler. Badree is from Trinidad and Tobago and has been playing cricket for 15 years to become one of the best cricket bowlers.

Sunil Narine – Another cricket player from Trinidad and Tobago, who plays as an off-spin bowler, but also as a left-handed batsman. He is a part of the West Indies team in all game formats.

Sachithra Senanayake – This professional cricketer from Sri Lanka is a right-handed off-spin bowler who has been a major part of Sinhalese Sports Club for ten years now.

Mitchell Starc – The Australian left-arm fast bowler had an amazing year in 2015. He won the 2015 Cricket World Cup with his national side and was declared Player of the Tournament, which secured him a position between the best cricket bowlers.

T.A. Boult

T.A. Boult – Trent Alexander Boult if a left-arm fast medium bowler who plays for New Zealand national team. He is a part of the national side for over 5 years.

Imran Tahir – Despite being born in Pakistan and played for their team, Tahir has later opted to feature for the South Africa national side. He is a leg break bowler and his performances put him in best cricket bowlers category.

Dale Steyn – Steyn is a right-arm South African fast bowler, one of the best of his generation. He holds the record of best bowling strike rate ever in a single Test cricket game, and he also had a cameo role in a Hollywood movie called Blended.

Yasir Shah – This excellent Pakistani cricketer is a specialist leg break spin bowler, who became fastest Pakistani player to take 50 test wickets. He is famous for his flippers, googlies, and leg spinners.

James Anderson – Anderson is a right-arm fast-medium bowler who plays for the national team of England. He had troubles with injuries during his career, but still manage to become the first bowler from England to get to a 400 wicket-haul in Test cricket on the international level.

Faf du Plessis – This cricketer is the current captain of T20 South Africa national team. He plays as right-arm leg bowler.

Share Your Thoughts

Google+
You might also likeclose