Umran Malik bowled the ball at a speed of 153 KMPH, Conway-Mitchell did not even get air

Umran Malik was made debut in Auckland ODI. This right-arm fast bowler created panic in the New Zealand camp on the basis of his speed.

Umran Malik’s strong ODI debut

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Team India in Auckland ODI Umran Malik Made his debut. The trust shown by the Indian team on Umran, this fast bowler proved to be 100 percent true. Umran Malik bowled amazingly in his debut ODI itself. On the basis of his speed, he created panic in the camp of Kiwis, along with that he also opened the account of his wickets. Umran Malik’s first ODI victim became Devon Conway, whom he got caught by Pant.

Umran Malik dismissed Devon Conway in the 16th over. This player was set at the crease after scoring 24 runs but Umran showed him the way to the pavilion. Umran’s ball was well outside the off-stump and Conway lost his wicket in an attempt to tamper.

Darrell Mitchell was also dodged

Umran Malik also dodged New Zealand batsman Darrell Mitchell. Mitchell could not read Umran’s pace properly and lost his wicket for 11 runs. In order to play a big shot on Umran’s ball, he caught Hooda. This ball of Umran was fast and because of this speed, Mitchell got late in the shot.

Umran’s pace overtakes Ferguson

Umran’s strength is his speed and he proved the same thing in Auckland. Umran Malik covered 153 km in this match. Along with bowling at the speed of per hour, his average speed is 145 km. It was hourly. It was more than New Zealand fast bowler Lockie Ferguson. Ferguson’s average speed in this match was 143 km. Hourly

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Please tell that Umran Malik is the fastest bowler of India. They IPL 157 km in Have thrown the ball at the speed of per hour. In international cricket too, he is bowling with the same gusto. Believe me, if Umran continues to get a chance, he can win many matches for India on his own. He has given proof of this.

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