Previous Australian quick bowler Glenn McGrath picked his main five ODI bowlers and the vast majority of them ended up being speedsters. McGrath, otherwise called the Pigeon, gotten 381 wickets in the 50-overs design in a lifelong that traversed a long time from 1993 to 2007. McGrath is additionally the unequaled driving wicket-taker for the Aussies in ODI cricket and it won’t be anything but difficult to redesign his count.
All things considered, he began with the unbelievable Wasim Akram, the Pakistan pacer, who has 502 wickets to his name. The Sultan of Swing is likewise the most noteworthy wicket-taker for his nation in the more limited organizations. At that point McGrath went for individual compatriot Brett Lee, who has 380 wickets. Lee made his ODI debut in 2000 and played until 2012, raising a ruckus.
Glenn McGrath makes his picks
Lee was likewise perhaps the quickest bowler of his age. Lee, alongside McGrath, made the ball talk and brought down various quality hitters in their profession. McGrath set forth the names while talking in front of Australia’s third and last ODI against India on Wednesday, December 2 at the Manuka Oval in Canberra. As his third pacer, McGrath focused in on Chaminda Vaas.
Vaas is presently Glenn McGrath ever driving ODI wicket-takers. He was a robust for Sri Lanka and furthermore got a cap stunt in the first over of the 2003 World Cup coordinate against Habibul Bashar’s Bangladesh. Vaas additionally played in the 2007 version of the super occasion before last playing in 2008. McGrath’s last decision as the quick bowler was South Africa’s, Shaun Pollock.
Pollock got 393 wickets from 303 ODIs, yet an economy of 3.67 implied that he was exact and scarcely permitted looseners to the hitters. Aside from four pacers, McGrath picked Muttiah Muralitharan as his solitary spinner. Murali is at present the record-breaking driving wicket-taker in ODIs. He is one of the two bowlers to get in excess of 500 ODI wickets. He had an economy pace of 3.93.
Here’s the rundown
Wasim Akram-502 wickets, Muttiah Muralitharan-534 wickets, Brett Lee-380 wickets, Chaminda Vaas-400 wickets, Shaun Pollock-393 wickets