Neil Wagner Throws 160 Kmph Pace Against Sri Lanka in First Test

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New Zealand’s left arm fast bowler Neil Wagner bowled a single attack 160 Kmph against Sri Lanka in first test match at Dunedin.

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In Dunedin, when Sri Lankan batsmen Dinesh Chandimal and Dimuth Karunaratne were starting batting in first innings against New Zealand then something happened new by fast bowler Neil Wagner when he bowled a ball of 160 Kmph against Dinesh Chandimal.

Neil Wagner who bowled the speed of around 130-135 regularly and now he bowled 160 Kmph in test cricket, is that also a hard thing to believe right?

The fastest ball in test cricket bowled by Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc against New Zealand at speed of 160.4 Kmph. Now New Zealand’s skipper Neil Wagner also contributed his name in the list of those fast bowlers who bowled up to 155 kmph in cricket history.

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In the history of cricket the fastest bowl bowled by Pakistani Speed Star Shoaib Akhtar against England in 2003 world cup. Rawalpindi Express involved in many controversies during his career but he put up his game for his country in true way and he not involved in any match fixing case.

Wagner case was different due to his average speed, it was a Yorker outside the off stump to Dinesh Chandimal who faces it and also missed it.

Now comes to the technical glitch part, there was one surely and as per the sources there might be two reasons that could let the glitch to take over the speed gun actual gun.

New Zealand left arm pace bowler Neil Wagner must have looked twice towards the screen where his pace for the last delivery was measure In 160 Kmph. It did not even look that fat which is the same statement of C Macmillan gave to Starc’s 160.4 Kmph ball.