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Kapil Dev reveals the best pace attack in the world


Usually, when experts talk about the Indian cricket team, the first thing they want to talk about is the team's batting brigade. However, former Indian captain Kapil Dev said that the current set of bowlers has taken the scope of Indian cricket to a whole new level in the last 4-5 years.

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The former all-rounder believes that this is the best Indian fast attack ever. "Aisa Paes Attack Hum De De Chuke Na Tha, was not a social thing (we have not seen such a fast attack, nor have we thought about it). Without a doubt, the fast bowlers have played Indian cricket in the last four-five years. Has changed its face, ‚ÄĚKapil said during a promotional event.

In the opening Test against South Africa at Visakhapatnam, Mohammed Shami pushed his innings forward and was stuck defending the Proteas' batting line-up in the second innings as he hit a four with superb bowling figures of 5/35.

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Even after this good performance, Shami does not find himself in the top 10 in the ICC Test bowlers rankings. However, he would expect to get better in the upcoming games only to present himself on the list.

"There is no problem (not in the top 10). How effective he (Shami) has been for the team is more important. Kapil said in a statement," He is doing well and the bottom line, "

He said, & # 39; I am proud of the quality of Indian fast bowlers. They have come in numbers, "Kapil Dev who has seen good development in the Indian bowling attack.

1983-World Cup winning captain credited the Indian Premier League (IPL) with providing a perfect platform to many young pacers to showcase their talent.

He said, & # 39; & # 39; A fast attack takes time. It is good to see the cricket that is being played now. The IPL has given the opportunity to so many fast bowlers.

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