A Great Documentary on Wasim Akram

Wasim Akram, the legendary fast bowler, has the been the finest pacer ever to grace the criceket field. From the streets of Lahore to the mega events, the journey has been a tremendous for him and the entire nation. 

Recently, ESPN came up with featured documentary on Wasim Akram. The Men of Finals had to include Akram as the best performer in the world cup 1992 win. Wasim took 3 crucial wickets and scored timely and much needed 33 off 18 balls in the final to claim man of the match award and lead Pakistan to glory. 

Akram is regarded as the Sultan of Swing who had the ability to bowl both in swings and out swings. He terrified the best of batsmen in the world. Brian Lara, West Indian legend, dubs Wasim Akram as the best fast bowler he has faced in his career. 

World Cup 1992 final was the cornerstone in Akram's career. It established him as the bowler who was bound to do wonders on the pitch and he did rightly so. His bouncers and yorkers were equally pure magic that unsettled the finest batsmen like Sachin Tendulkar, Lara. 

Here is another documentary that features Wasim Akram. According to Akram, he enjoyed terrifying the batsmen on the pitch throughout his illustrious career. Akram is the second highest wicket taker. 

His mentor Imran Khan had a role to play in making him the best bowler. Especially in 1992 world cup, Khan greatly encouraged him to take on the bowlers with confidence. Akram will always be remembered as the best fast bowler that made entire Pakistani nation proud. 

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