Muhammad Abbas Breaks Record, Fastest 50 Wickets by Pakistani Pacer

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Pakistani pacer Muhammad Abbas breaks record after shattering Australian batting with 5 for 33 bowling figure.

It seems like a bond between Pakistani bowler and international records.

3 years back Yasir Shah becomes the fastest Pakistani bowler to take 50 wickets in just Nine matches and a couple of years becomes the second fastest to take 100 international test wicket in just 17 matches.

Now Muhammad Abbas, who is currently playing his 10th International test match against Australia at Abu Dhabi, has already grabbed 54 international test wicket and breaks the records of becoming the fastest Pakistani pacer to take 50 wickets. Joining the record with Waqar Younis, Muhammad Asif and Shabbir Ahmed.

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28 years old medium fast bowler has become a nightmare for Australian batting line, giving a top class performance in this Abu Dhabi test series and took seven wickets in the first match.

On achieving this milestone, Muhammad Abbas received a lot of praise from his fans and legends of Pakistan cricket team. Boom Boom took on to Twitter to praise the remarkable performance of Abbas, said that Pakistan cricket has found a real gem in the form of Abbas.

The King of Yorkers and former Pakistani captain Waqar Younis also applauded the performance of Abbas in his Tweet;

Talking to reporters Abbas said about his key to success in taking wickets is his understanding of conditions;

“When the ball starts to reverse, I try to attack then. I have been successful because of that. If you talk about pace, my fastest ball here was 138.1km/h and my average speed is 130. I am happy with my speed. But I want to keep on working on my fitness to become a better bowler”, Abbas told reporters. “

Pakistan has really found a gem and a remarkable addition in Pakistan bowling line up that can be a major plus point for Pakistan team in 2019 ICC World Cup England.

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