Five youngsters who have the potential to be great cricketers
Five youngsters who have the potential to be great cricketers

A lot of young cricketers made debut for their national teams in recent time. They surprised us with their skills and achievements in international cricket. With a bunch of great cricketers bidding cricket adieu, the rise of talented youngsters in equal measure is a great sign for international cricket. It is expected that once again the duel between bowlers and batsmen will return in cricket that fans miss a lot. These youngsters have the potential to be a great match winner for their respective countries.

So here are five youngsters who will have a great future in international cricket

Adam Zampa

The South Australian leg spinner has emerged Australia’s young prospect to fill up the vacant of Shane Warne.  The leg spinner’s  run up and action resembles Warner. Zampa burst into the ODI and T20 squads in 2016. In T20 he has proven a hard man to get away, with subtle changes  of pace and variations including a wrong and straight ball making up for a lack of prodigious turn.

At the 2016 World T20 in India, no Australian bowler took more wickets during the tournament than Zampa’s five wickets at 13.80 at an economy rate of 6.27. In the IPL that followed, he claimed what was the second best figures  in the tournament’s history when he took 6 for 19 for Rising Pune Supergiants, albeit in a losing cause against Sunrisers Hyderabad.

In  the first ODI of the tri-series against West, Indies Zampa took three wickets in 5.3 overs at an economy of 2.91.

Zampa without any question will have a successful long career in  the international career. His skill will help him to perform in every condition of the world.  


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