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Bhuvneshwar Kumar breaks Shoaib Akhtar’s world record at 208 km/h against Ireland due to technical error IRE vs IND 1st T20I

Former Pakistani speed bowler Shoaib Akhtar holds the record for the fastest bowling ball in world cricket. In the 2003 World Cup, this bowler threw a ball against England at a speed of 161.3 kilometers per hour. To run at a higher speed, either the player has to put in his full strength or due to a technical error, this record can be beaten. Something similar happened during the first T20 match that took place between India and Ireland. Bovneshwar Kumar threw not one but two balls at a speed of more than 200 kilometers per hour. However, this record will not be valid due to technical difficulties.

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Yes, the second ball of the first round of innings was recorded at 201 km/h while the third ball was recorded at 208 km/h. Everyone was shocked to see this scene shown by Speed ​​Gun on TV. Due to a technical error, fans mocked him on social media. One fan even said that if Hassan Ali is able to run at 219 km/h, why can’t Bhoveneshwar Kumar be able to run at 201 km/h.

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Speaking of the match, the match started late due to the interruption of rain. In this 12 to 12 show match, Team India won the bowl and was elected first. For the hosts, Tektor played undefeated innings of 64 passes on 33 balls with the help of 6 fours and sixes. On the basis of his innings, Ireland managed to set a goal of 109 rounds against India.

Chasing this score, Ishan Kishan gave Team India a solid start, scoring 26 passes on 11 balls. Craig Young showed him the way to the winger by bowling him. Subsequently, Suryakumar Yadav, who came for the racket, was sent off to LBW on the next ball and provided two consecutive strikes for India. However, after Deepak Hooda scored 47 of 29 balls, Hardik Pandya scored 24 hits on 12 balls to bring the team closer to victory.

15 wins First Hardik Pandya got LBW from Joshua Little. Apart from Deepak Hooda, Dinesh Karthik returned to the winger after scoring 4 goals. The next India match will be played on the ground on June 28th.

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