The Era Of Glenn McGrath
Glenn McGrath is the former fast-bowler of the Australia team. He is possibly one of the best pacers in the history of cricket. Glenn played significantly in all the three formats in his bowling career and grabbed a total of 941 wickets across them.
In the Test games, he marked his name by playing 124 matches with an economy rate of 2.5. His ODIs career was also fine as the player appeared in 250 games with an economy rate of 3.88. And in the T20Is his economy rate was 9.88 as he played only two T20Is matches.
Glenn took retirement from the national cricket back in 2007 and put an end to his long career of 14 years. And there are some records of the player which are still untouched.
Best Bowlers Picked By Glenn McGrath
Currently, a lot of buzzes have been going-on in international cricket regarding who are the best bowlers at present across all the teams. And the former player has shared his views and named some bowlers that are currently leading the business.
His picks are Kagiso Rabada, Jasprit Bumrah, and Pat Cummins. He also added that Neil Wagner, the Kiwi pacer is also the one that he likes a lot.
Records Of The 3 Players In Brief
Kagiso Rabada has been impressive in all three formats for South Africa. In the Test games, he is having an economy of 3.39. And in ODIs and T20Is format, the player is having an economy rate of 5.0 and 8.63 respectively. Rabada always makes headlines for his fiery speed and intimidating bouncers.
Pat Cummins is one of the leading bowlers in the current cricketing world in all the formats. He played 30 Tests, 61 ODIs and 28 T20Is games with an economy rate of 2.77, 5.19, and 6.88 respectively. Cummins made his debut in the year 2011 and has an amazing bowling career in international cricket.
The third name that was picked by Glenn McGrath is Jasprit Bumrah. He has a Test career of 26 matches with an economy of 2.68. Bumrah appeared in 64 ODIs and 49 T20Is where he had an economy rate of 4.56 and 6.67 respectively. The pacer has no evident weakness and no conditions were left unconquered by him.