Even though the modern day cricket is more tilted towards the favor of the batsmen, yorker is the only weapon that can stop the batsmen from scoring freely. There are some very good bowlers in bowling yorker. Lasith Malinga, Dale Steyn, Junaid Khan, Mitchell Starc are few of the bowlers who can keep the batsmen under check. But a certain bowler called Waqar Younis is a master in making the batsmen dance to his yorkers. Here are the footages of five devastating yorkers that a batsman will never ever want to face even in his dreams.

Waqar Younis to Brian Lara:

 

Wasim Akram to Darren Lehmann:

Shoaib Akthar to Sachin Tendulkar

Irfan Pathan to Adam Gilchrist:

Shane Bond to Darren Ganga:

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