Hogg picks top 5 yorker specialists in world cricket with surprise inclusion

Under the influence of coronavirus, all sports, including cricket, are closed. Most people are spending time in their homes. But how are people involved in the game using this time? The current players have arranged training exercises at home. Even then there is time left in hand. Not only the family, they are giving fans time. However, in the virtual world.

Hogg picks top 5 yorker specialists in world cricket with surprise inclusion

Former cricketers are doing the same. Besides spending time with the family, they spend a lot of time with the fans. Talking about cricket. Former Australian spinner Brad Hogg has arranged a Q&A on Twitter. Fans have come to know many unknown things through this.

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In one of those Q&A sessions on Friday, a fan asked Hogg – which five bowlers do you think are the best at yorker in the world right now? In response, the former Australian spinner has taken five bowlers from five countries. “The first thing that comes to my head is the names of Bumrah, Malinga, Starc, Haris Rauf and Jordan,” he said.

India’s Jasprit Bumrah and Sri Lanka’s Lasith Malinga are fairly well-known to everyone. And then there is Mitchell Starc- who’s known as the one of the best yorker specialist in recent times. Many have seen Chris Jordan’s Yorker ability. But who is Haris Rauf?

Yes, he is Pakistani paceman Haris Rauf. The 26-year-old pacer is not a very familiar face in world cricket. This year he made T20 debut for Pakistan. But he has earned a lot of name for Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash League (BBL) this year.

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