Waqar Younis comes to mind after watching Imran Malik’s speed and run-up: Brett Lee
Imran will continue to work on his action, run up, wrist position. Because he will never be perfect but with time he can improve and improve:
Former kangaroo pacer Former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee is impressed with India’s rising star pacer Imran Malik and compares his speed and run-up to Pakistan’s legendary fast bowler Waqar Younis. “I’m a big fan of Imran Malik, I think Imran Malik has a lot of speed to use,” said Brett Lee.
He is a strong opponent and a great man who runs like many fast bowlers of the past. The person who comes to mind after seeing this is Waqar Younis. The fast bowler, born in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, has been
named in India’s T20 squad for the upcoming series against South Africa after impressing everyone in the recently concluded Indian Premier League, representing Sun Riser Hyderabad. Has been Last month, former Indian Test cricketer Irfan Pathan also compared Imran Malik to Waqar Younis.
And said that the first time I saw him bowling was when I was playing for Jammu. And Kashmir and I was his captain. Watching him bowl reminded me of the great Waqar Younis. The fast bowler ended the season with 22 wickets at an average of 20.18 in 14 matches.
He became the fastest Indian bowler in the history of the IPL when he bowled against the Delhi Capitals at a speed of 157 kmph. The former Australian fast bowler also advised Imran to keep working on his action, run-up. And wrist position as he will never be perfect but he can improve. And improve over time because He himself had worked on his action till retirement.
Waqar Younis represented Pakistan for a decade and a half before saying goodbye to his illustrious career in 2003, taking 373 Tests and 416 ODI wickets. He took five or more wickets on a record 13 occasions in ODIs.