Top Ten Bowlers in Cricket History
Wasim Akram: He is only one of three bowlers to record two hat-tricks in Test cricket, and only one of three to have achieved the same feat in ODI cricket.
Shane Warne: Warnie", as he was known by all proud Australians, was not given much of a chance when his test career first began in January 1992 at 22 against India.
Brett Lee: Brett Lee is a former Australian international cricketer and film actor. He is a former Channel Nine Commentator.
Dale Steyn: Best bowler of all time. He is so good under pressure and when you are hoping for him to play well he strikes up and calls 5 wickets for the t Dale stein is the best cricketer of all time.
Glenn Mcgrath: He had this knack of producing peaches every now and then which had the batsman guessing only to be castled or trapped it front.
Muttiah Muralitharan: Murali sustained a career of over two decades and averaged 6 wickets a match. That's a difficult goal to achieve and he did it with a great deal of clas rather gobby Shane Warne.
Harbhajan Singh: Harbhajan Singh is a Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha and a former Indian cricketer and cricket commentator.
Shoaib Akhtar: Shoaib akhtar is superb bowler he can knock out every one almost every batsman is scared of him when he bowls no one could hit a six while he is bowling.
Zaheer Khan: eason because Indians have never produced Express Fast Bowler ever in the history, All were medium pacers,Indians are veggies! They get Khassee.
Waqar Younis:I think he must stands for the 1st position. The reason for this is that he is brave in his technique of bowling, very athletic, superb run up, excellent command on swing.