Shane Bond was the upcoming Sir Richard Hadlee for New Zealand. But he was Bond for the world of cricketing. Shane Bond was the mystery. The average 18 tests 87 Wicket 22.09 – 82 ODI 147 Wicket 20.88. These figures are more than adequate to learn the degree to which Shane Bond, who had played longer, may have been the greatest bowler in the history of cricket. There is nobody in history with his name and nobody will ever have that amount in the future without a doubt. Only two names come to mind when people talk about New Zealand cricket history, with the effect each has had on the game throughout their careers.
Cricket is a game dominated by batsman or bowler in all respects. Many players are here, but only a few remain in their fans’ minds because they’ve changed the way they played, although few talents are in the lead due to their aura and exceptional ability. The player in the game will more fit into the above skills. Although there is this one framework that holds fans feel bad if a player has it all in his hands such as the bowling talent and temperament but ends with a number of injuries that either modify his cricket activity or finish his career.
Below are few names in cricket, but Shane Bond is at the top
But placing the Shane Bond in the same league, among other things, is totally disregarding him because nobody, as before, has a cricket impact, or will ever have it. Injuries, but still justified the title of Bowler in the age of friendly batting or in the period when only predator Aussies were always in the headlines. But Shane Bond was the guerrilla from whom even the Australians were afraid of standing up.
When you see Mathew Hayden, the player wears the toe guard over his pins to save himself from his crazy Yorkers. You can then remember what about others if you put such a player under so much fear. Shane Bond had things that no one in history or even in the future could have in his arsenal. As injury problems have begun with his back, which spread later to all parts of his body, prompting the sudden cricket exit. Shane Bond never compromised with his pace and killed could bat team that looked or came to the world-class.
At age 21, Shane Bond had begun his career in international cricket rather late. He didn’t expect a high level of cricket from himself. But when Bond rattled the batsman with his tight line and length and a late in swing pace, he was another bowler of his day. Shane Bond had become the most devastating bowler of the era in just a short time.
The ability of Bond of bowling at a 150kph makes it the oddest thing in the cricket world. That Hattrick was unplayable in the flavor of pace and late swing of Australians in its variations. Although he spent most of his time healing from the wounds that led to the tragic end of his career.