Ambrose played in all three ODIs, all of which were won by West Indies. The Test match was the first time West Indies bowled under a new playing regulation which permitted only one bouncer per over; this seemed to affect the home bowlers, but Ambrose took two for 47 from 36 overs.
Sir Richard John Hadlee MBE (born 3 July 1951) is a New Zealand former cricketer, regarded as one of the greatest fast bowlers and all-rounders in cricketing history. Hadlee was appointed MBE in 1980 and knighted in 1990 for services to cricket. He is a former chairman of the New Zealand board of selectors.
Waqar Younis Maitla (Urdu: وقار یونس ; born 16 November 1971) is a former Pakistani cricketer and a former Test and ODI captain for Pakistan. A right-arm fast bowler, Waqar is regarded as one of the greatest bowlers of all time. He is also the former coach of the Pakistani cricket team.
Anil Kumble, one of the top 10 greatest bowlers of all time. 5. Anil Kumble. Anil Kumble, a wrist spinner, is by far the most successful bowler of India. He made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka at Sharjah on 25th April 1990 and Test debut against England at Manchester on 9th August 1990. Accuracy, consistency in line and length is his main strength.
Deshabandu Muttiah Muralitharan (Tamil: முத்தையா முரளீதரன், Sinhalese: මුත්තයියා මුරලිදරන්; also spelt Muralidaran; born 17 April 1972) is a former Sri Lankan cricketer who was rated the greatest Test match bowler ever by Wisden Cricketers' Almanack in 2002.
Shoaib Akhtar ( pronunciation (help · info); born 13 August 1975) is a former Pakistani cricketer, who played all formats of the game over a fourteen year career. He is recognised as the fastest bowler in the history of cricket, delivering an officially recorded top speed of 161.3 km/h in a pool match against England during the 2003 Cricket World Cup.