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Super-12 matches are being played in the T20 World Cup 2022. This year many small teams made big upsets. At the same time, fast bowlers are also seen in this years T20 World Cup. On the bouncy pitches of Australia, fastballs are wreaking havoc with their speed.
When it comes to fast pace, it raises the question of which bowler from which country has bowled the fastest in this tournament so far. So lets know about the speed of 10 such fast bowlers who have not only thrown the fastest but have also filled the batsmen with fear.
England fast bowler Mark Wood has bowled 8 out of the 10 fastest deliveries. The name of South Africas Enrique Norkhia is also included in this list. Lets take a look at the 10 fastest balls of the T20 World Cup 2022.
Englands fast bowler Mark Wood has so far not only bowled the T20 World Cup 2022 but also the fastest ball in the history of the T20 World Cup against New Zealand at a speed of 157.74 kmph. This ball of Wood was faced by England batsman Glenn Phillips.
While bowling against Afghanistan, Mark Wood bowled the ball at a speed of 154.48 kmph. This ball of Wood was faced by Hazratullah Jazai.
While bowling against Afghanistan, Mark Wood bowled another 154.48 km/h.
South African fast bowler Enrique Norkia bowled the ball at a speed of 154.31 kmph while playing against Bangladesh. He took the wicket of Shakib Al Hasan on this ball.
Mark Wood bowled the ball at a speed of 154.07 kmph in the match played against Afghanistan.
Playing against Bangladesh, Anrich Nortje bowled the ball at a speed of Anrich Nortje by batsman Afif Hossain.
In search of a wicket, Mark Wood bowled the ball to Kane Williamson at a speed of 153.31 kmph. Due to the fast pace, Williams hit this four easily.
Playing against Ireland, Mark Wood bowled the ball to Harry Tector at a speed of 152.90 kmph.
Playing against Ireland, Mark Wood bowled another quick ball at a speed of 152.90 kmph.
Playing against Ireland, Mark Wood bowled the ball to Irish batsman Mark Adair at a speed of 152.15 kmph.