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Veteran New Zealand batsman, Ross Taylor has named the three most fierce bowlers that he has faced throughout his illustrious international stint. Ross Taylor is widely regarded as one of the greatest-ever Kiwi batsmen. The veteran has amassed over 17,000 international runs while donning the Kiwi jersey in 101 Tests, 232 ODIs and 100 T20Is.
Taylor was a part of the ODI series against Australia, which was called off after the first game in the wake of coronavirus pandemic. Australia won that contest by 71 runs and it turned out to be the last international cricket match. put up a brilliant performance against India in the recently-concluded ODI series. He was the Man of the Series as he had smashed a century and a half-century in the three-match series. It was because of his performances that the Kiwis dominated the Men in Blue.
Now, Ross Taylor has come out and revealed as t0 who he thinks have been the three most difficult bowlers to face ever since he marked his first step in the international cricket circuit.
Ross Taylor Names The Three Most Difficult Bowlers He Has Faced In International Cricket
Amid the pandemic situation, Taylor was involved in a chat with Cricingif where he answered a barrage of questions. Taylor has come across several legendary bowlers including Glenn McGrath, Muttiah Muralitharan, James Anderson, Zaheer Khan, and many more. But the three bowlers who have troubled Taylor the most are Muttiah Muralitharan, Lasith Malinga and Dale Steyn.
“Both Murali and Malinga are hard to pick up because of their unique bowling actions. Talking about Steyn, it’s obviously the pace and consistency which the pacer possesses,” said the 36-year-old during an interview with Cricingif.
Ross Taylor Has Expressed His Desire Of Continuing Until The 2023 World Cup
Ross Taylor has made it clear that he won’t rule out his chances of playing the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 for the Black Caps. Taylor, 35, will be 38 years old during the 2023 World Cup.
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 will take place in India. New Zealand lost its second consecutive world cup final last year when they were beaten by hosts England by way of scoring more boundaries as they game ended in a tie in regular overs and in the super over as well.