10 greatest bowlers and their most feared batsmen

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From time to time, the game has witnessed many greatest bowlers. Nowadays many are saying that the game has become one-sided for batsmen. Still, many bowlers are making their mark in the game in all three major formats. Today also, great batsmen like Virat Kohli has some weakness against some bowlers.

Contrastingly the greatest bowlers also had a weakness against particular batsmen. In the game, no one is superior to no one. There will be at least a weakness in the greatest players too. Like that the greatest bowlers in the game have struggled against some names in their career.

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The bowlers might go for more runs against some batsmen. On the other hand, the bowlers would have been dominated by the batsmen or they would have fought hard against the batsmen to get the wickets. On that basis, let’s have a look at the ten greatest bowlers and the batsmen who dominated them.

1.James Anderson – Graeme Smith

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England’s right-arm fast bowler James Anderson is arguably one of the greatest fast bowlers in this generation. The fast bowler troubled as many big names like Sachin Tendulkar, Kumar Sangakkara, and Virat Kohli. But former South African left-handed batsman Graeme Smith always had the upper hand over the Englishman. The Proteas batsman scored over 400 runs with an average of around 68. Even Anderson admitted that the South African batsman was the most troubled batsman to him.

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