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Shoaib Akhtar gave a big statement on Umran Malik, ‘Do not break your bones while breaking my record’

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Shoaib Akhtar on Umran Malik: Fast bowlers are being seen in IPL 2022. Even during the mega auction, many fast bowlers were made in their court by spending huge sums of money. Now their havoc is being seen in the season as well. But a fast bowler has caught everyone’s attention this season. This is India’s rising bowler Umran Malik. Hyderabad fast bowlers are bowling at a speed of more than 150 kmph in IPL 2022. He bowled the second fastest ball (157 kmph) in IPL history this season.

Seeing the speed of Umran, former Pakistan’s legendary bowler Shoaib Akhtar is afraid that his 20-year-old international record (world record for bowling at a speed of 161.3 kph) should not be broken. Akhtar holds the record for throwing the fastest ball in international cricket. Recently, in an interview given to sports website Sportskeeda, Akhtar said that Umran should not break his bones in order to break my record.

He said, ‘I want to see Umran’s career very long. Recently someone congratulated me that your record has completed 20 years. So far no one has been able to break it. Then I said that someone must be a child. This record must be broken. I will be happy if Umran breaks my record. Do not break your bones while breaking records. My only prayer would be that he stays fit. Don’t get hurt.

On the selection of Umran in the T20 World Cup, Akhtar said, “He should be given a place. I want to see him play. Only a few bowlers are left to cross the 150 (speed) mark. Umran consistently bowls at a speed of more than 150.” Glad to see it. I wanted to see new players bowling at this pace. Since when are you tired of seeing spinners. Just don’t let Umran get hurt due to his fast pace. Put it at stake.

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