Javagal Srinath led the Indian quick bowling assault within the 90s however former South African quick bowler Shaun Pollock believes this former participant by no means acquired the credit score he deserved. Srinath has performed 67 Tests and 229 ODIs between 1991 and 2003, taking 236 and 315 wickets respectively.
"I think Javagal Srinath of India did not get the credit he deserved," Pollock mentioned on the 'Sky Sports Podcast' with former West Indies quick bowler Michael Holding and England's Stuart Broad.
The former veteran, who has scored greater than 3,700 runs in South Africa with 108 wickets in 108 Tests, mentioned, "In my time there have been many nice pairs of quick bowlers together with Pakistan's Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis for the West Indies. Kurtley Ambrose and Courtney Walsh, Australia's Glenn McGrath and Brett Lee. <! –
In today's period, James Anderson and Stuart Broad are such bowlers.
Shaun Pollock, who contracted worldwide cricket in 2008, is strongly influenced by his nation's quick bowler Dale Steyn. Stan Pollock's document was damaged for South Africa changing into the very best wicket-taker in Tests.
"His bowling action is superb and the variety is such that he is dangerous on flat pitches," Pollock mentioned.