The Sri Lankan bowler with the funny hair and funnier slinging action is one of the finest exponents of the ball. His main advantage is disguising the Yorker in a slower ball that baffles even the best batsmen in the world. He is still the best bowler to have in a crunch situation at the end, no doubt.
Before we start it is also very important to understand that legendary bowler Wasim Akram got the tag of “Yorker King” on the basis of his excellence in the game for 19 long years where he bowled in 181 innings. Starc meanwhile has experience of bowling in 99 innings in test. At this hour he is almost half experienced than Wasim Akram.
The original yorker king of the IPL, Lasith Malinga will be sorely missed by Mumbai Indians and the fans in general... RENIN WILBEN. The T20 version of cricket is considered a batsman’s format per se. Over the years though bowlers too have made an impact in the format, with their variations.
Natarajan Indian Cricketer: Young, Talented and cool Indian cricketer from Tamil Nadu Village. Nattu alias Natarajan is a Yorker King
Playing his yorker balls, the sweat of the good is lost. A video story of Bumrah has been shared on ESPN Cricinfo. This story tells how Bumrah became the yorker king. You will be surprised to know that Bumrah has neither gone to any cricket school nor has been a part of any top cricket academy. Bumrah used to learn fast bowling by watching TV
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COLOMBO: The cricket fraternity on Tuesday paid rich tributes to yorker king Lasith Malinga after he bid adieu to all forms of cricket, describing him as a legend whose contribution to the sport ...
Yorker King Lasith Malinga announces retirement from all forms of cricket By Sanjay Maurya News Highlights Lasith Malinga, a Sri Lankan cricketer, announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on 14th He announced his decision with a message on his social media account. After being released by the Mumbai Indians in January, the Sri […]
In cricket, a yorker is a ball bowled which hits the cricket pitch around the batsman's feet. When a batsman assumes a normal stance, this generally means that the cricket ball bounces on the cricket pitch on or near the batsman's popping crease. A batsman who advances down the pitch to strike the ball may by so advancing cause the ball to pitch at or around his feet and may thus cause himself to be "yorked". Yorkers are considered to be one of the most difficult deliveries to bowl for the bowle