Pakistan has awarded the most talented and advanced cricketers. Pakistan plays its first Twenty20 match against England at County Cricket Ground, Bristol on August 28, 2006 and won by five wickets. So here’s the list of Top 10 Pakistani Twenty20 Bowlers of all time.
One of the greatest all-rounders of all time, Shahid Khan Afridi is the best Pakistani spin bowler and former Pakistan cricket team caption. Afridi is the best player in the world that no one can beat him in cricket. He played very fast and mostly hit sixes and boundaries. He has shown a remarkable performance in 98 and got 97 wickets with an average of 24.35. Afridi is also known as Boom Boom or Lala in Pakistan. He is the best among the Pakistani Twenty20 Bowlers.
Umar Gul is another extraordinary talented Pakistani fast bowler of all formate of the game as a right-arm fast-medium bowler. He won the award of Twenty20 International Performance of the Year 2013. Umar was born in Peshawar in a middle-class family. He took 85 wickets in 60 matches with best of 5/6.
One of the best spin bowler in this era, Saeed Ajmal is a former Pakistani cricketer and coach and played in all formats. He regarded as the best ODI and T20 bowler in the world. He took 178 wickets in 35 test matches and 85 wickets in 64 matches.
One of the aggressive and talented young Pakistani left-arm Bowler, Mohammad Amir made his debut in the Pakistan Cricket Team against Sri Lanka in 2009. Former Pakistani fast bowler Wasim Akram selected him as a fast bowler in the fast bowling camp in 2007. He was the leading bowler in the Pakistan U-19 cricket team in 2008. He has scored 3013 ODIs runs in 50 matches and got 59 wickets in 48 matches.
Muhammad Hafeez also famous his nickname as ‘The Professor’, is a Pakistani former caption and all-rounder. He usually opens the batting and becomes part of the bowling attack. Hafeez took 54 wickets with an average of 22.80. He has scored 1,992 runs in 91 matches at an average of 26.
One of the most youngest Pakistani cricketer Shadab Khan is a right-handed leg-break spin bowler. He was born in the Mianwali district and grew up playing cricket on the rough pitches. Shadab is a world-class fielder but it is only part of what he has to offer. He took 48 wickets in 40 matches.
Syed Imad Wasim Haider, also known as Imad Wasim is the most talented young Pakistani former caption and all-rounder. He is a good left-handed batsman and a left-arm bowler. Imad is the current captain of team Karachi Kings in PSL. He took 48 wickets in 43 matches with an average of 21.61.
One of the fastest Pakistani bowlers after Shoaib Akhtar is Wahab Riaz, left-arm fast bowler and a right-handed batsman. He made his debut match against Bangladesh and got three wickets leads to Pakistani team victory. Wahab got 31 wickets in 30 T20 matches.
Shoaib Malik is an effective Pakistani all-rounder and former team captain. Malik is a good off-spinner who his ability to stop runs during power plays overs. He was the finest captain of the Pakistani cricket team from 2007 to 2009. Malik took 158 wickets in 287 ODI matches with average 39.20 and 27 wickets in 112 matches.
Abdul Razzaq is the finest Pakistani former cricketer and coach. He is right arm medium-fast bowler and batsman, played in all formats. He took 20 wickets in 32 matches with average 20. Razzaq finished his carrier 693 runs in 32 marches at an average of 30