#Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Abbas took 54 wickets with an average of 15.94 between 2017 and 2018

Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Abbas was born in 1990 but that hasn’t stopped him from being included in ESPN Cric Info’s list of best bowlers of the 19th century.
This 21st century man has ranked fourth in the list of bowlers with the best averages in the 19th century.
Abbas took 54 wickets with an average of 15.94 between 2017 and 2018.

George Lohmann of England tops the list with 112 wickets with an average of 10.75 from 1886 to 1896.
John James Ferris, who represented England and Australia, was second on the list with 61 wickets and had an average of 12.70 from 1887-1892. William Barnes was at third place with an average of 15.54 and 51 wickets from 1880 to 1890.
Willie Bates was at fifth position with 50 wickets and an average of 16.62 from 1881 to 1887.

Mohammad Abbas has played in 10 Test matches.
He’s already taken:
– 4 five-wickets hauls
– 1 ten-wicket haul
– At least 3 wickets in every game
– 59 wickets total

Muhammad Abbas has dedicated his performance to his Daughter on her birthday 😍😍😍😍
Mohammad Abbas is the Player of the Match for his figures of 10-95 & also the Player of the Series with 17 wickets at an average of just 10.58 #PAKvsAUS

Every Mohammad Abbas innings bowling figures in Tests:
1 for 63
2 for 35
4 for 56
2 for 57
5 for 46
1 for 31
3 for 75
2 for 22
2 for 100
1 for 6
4 for 44
5 for 66
4 for 23
4 for 21
2 for 78
4 for 29
3 for 56
5 for 53
4 for 35*
58 wickets at an average of 15.39 😳

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This is what the conversation waz going on twitter b/w two Proteas legends Dale Steyn & AB de Villiers while Muhammad Abbas waz punching down the Australian bating line-up with his stunning reverse swing even at the bating paradise wicket of Abu Dhabi.
#PAKvsAUS