Team India: There have been 3 such killer fast bowlers in the Indian cricket team, whose career ended even after a great start. If these 3 fast bowlers had got more chances, today they would have become deadly bowlers like Jasprit Bumrah. Actually, as difficult as it is considered to be selected in Team India, it is many times more difficult to maintain yourself in Team India, because there are many players outside the team who can get you out on the basis of their best performance. Huh. Let’s have a look at these 3 fast bowlers:
1. Irfan Pathan
Irfan Pathan started his cricket career for India in the year 2004 in a bang style. Irfan Pathan’s bowling had amazing swing in the beginning, due to which he found it very difficult to play. Irfan Pathan was awarded the ‘Emerging Player of the Year’ title by the ICC in the year 2004. He is the only bowler from India, who has achieved the feat of taking a hat-trick in the first over itself. But later Irfan Pathan started looking ineffective in bowling. Irfan Pathan has played 29 Test matches, 120 ODI matches and 24 T20 matches for the Indian team.
2. RP Singh
RP Singh has also been such a bowler for India, who disappeared after a good start. He was also known for his excellent swing bowling. RP Singh also played a very important role in the Indian team winning the 2007 T20 World Cup. But over time RP Singh lost his swing and he proved to be very expensive in every match. RP Singh has played 14 Test matches, 58 ODIs and 10 T20 Internationals for the Indian team.
3. Mohit Sharma
Mohit Sharma made his international cricket debut for India in the year 2013. Mohit Sharma was bowling for the Indian team at a very good pace in his early career. He was troubling the batsmen a lot with his swing and slow bowling. Mohit Sharma also performed very well for the Indian team in the 2015 World Cup. But after the 2015 World Cup, his bowling continued to decline and the result was that he was out of the Indian team. Mohit Sharma has played 26 ODIs and 8 T20 Internationals for the Indian team.
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