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T20 World Cup 2022: Haris Rauf to Lockie Ferguson, FASTEST bowlers of tournament so far - In PICS

The T20 World Cup 2022 is down to it's last four stage as India, Pakistan, New Zealand and England are set to clash in their respective semifinals with final set to be played on November 13. Coming to the tournament, here we bring you some of the fastest bowlers in the tournament so far.

The T20 World Cup 2022 is down to it's last four stage as India, Pakistan, New Zealand and England are set to clash in their respective semifinals with final set to be played on November 13. Coming to the tournament, here we bring you some of the fastest bowlers in the tournament so far.

Mark Wood (154.74 KPH) vs New Zealand

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Mark Wood (154.74 KPH) vs New Zealand

The England pacer is the fastest among all pacers so far in the T20 World Cup 2022 as he bowled a steaming delivery of 96.15 MPH (154.74 KMPH) against New Zealand. (Image source: Twitter)

Lockie Ferguson (154.55 KPH) vs Ireland

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Lockie Ferguson (154.55 KPH) vs Ireland

The New Zealand and Gujarat Giants pacer is well known for his sheering pace and he has not failed to impress again as he clocked 96.03 MPH (154.55 KMPH) in a World Cup clash against Ireland. (Image Source: Twitter)

Anrich Nortje (154.31 KPH) vs Bangladesh

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Anrich Nortje (154.31 KPH) vs Bangladesh

The South African bowled a fiery spell against Bangladesh and during that spell he bowler a missile delivery to Afif Hossain of 95.88 MPH (154.31 KMPH). (Image Source: Twitter)

Haris Rauf (151 KPH)

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Haris Rauf (151 KPH)

Pakistan's Haris Rauf is another bowler who is likey to cross the 153 mark as well. He is currently on 151 KMPH (93.8 MPH). (Image Source: Twitter)

Naseem Shah (148 KPH)

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Naseem Shah (148 KPH)

Pakistan's young pace sensation Naseem Shah is also the contender who can endup after World Cup with the tag of fastest bowler of the tournament but at the moment his fastest delivery is 148 KMPH, as per Nationalnews. (Image Source: Twitter)