Cricket is the favorite sport of many sports lovers. The game has the highest audience after football. People always enjoy the match and memorize the incredible performances of the players. Batting and bowling both take the attention of the audience differently. Without good bowling, batting has no joy. There are remarkable moments in the history of bowling that have a separate place in the heart of the fans. Here are a few best bowling performances in the history of Cricket.
The widely recognized Australian Bowler is known for their remarkable career in cricket history. The retired player is known as a great athlete of all time. Glenn has a great record of highest wickets as a fast bowler. Glen has a remarkable performance record in a match between Australia and Namibia on Feb 27, 2003. The wonderful bowler took the seven wickets by just giving the 15 runs. The victory goes to the Australian team and Glenn was the Man of the Match due to his wonderful performance. It is a historic moment for the team Australia and the player itself. Cricket is a great source of entertainment for the viewers and also a great platform for the players to showcase their talent.
Andy is also an Australian cricket player with a remarkable career. Andy is a retired player and giving the services as a coach to Chennai Super Kings, a team of Indian Premier League. The Player has a brilliant career with 19 test matches and 67 ODI matches. Andy performed well in a match between Australia and England and took 8 wickets. The economy rate was 2 and the bowler gives only 20 runs to the player. The unbelievable performance made him a man of the match.
The right-arm fast bowler Tim is always in the mind of cricket lovers. Tim performed brilliantly in the ICC matches. Tim Southee is famous for the outswings and super-hard hits. In a match between New Zealand and England on 20th February 2015. In 9 over spell, Tim took seven wickets with a great economy rate of 3.66. England made only 123 runs and lose the match. New Zealand won the match by eight wickets. The jaw-dropping performance made him a man of the match. His brilliance made him the third famous bowler in ICC’s great performances list.
Fans still remember Winston Davis. He is the great performer of his time and his partnership with Marshall, Garner, and Holding is the best of all the time. His performance is remarkable in a match between West Indies and Australia in June 1983. Davis performed very well and took seven wickets with an economy rate of 4.85. Davis stands as a man of the match and receives huge honor as the best bowler. West Indies won the match.
Gary has delivered the best performances in the ICC World cups. The former Australian player represented his country in the 1975 World Cup. In a match between England and Australia, England only made 93 runs with 10 wickets down. Gilmour took 6 wickets while yielding only 14 runs. Australia won the match with 4 wickets and Gary stood as a Man of the Match. He is one of the kind bowlers and performs well during his career.