Aaron Finch reveals the toughest bowler he has faced

Aaron Finch

Australia's limited-overs team captain Aaron Finch has revealed to his fans the toughest bowler the Aussie skipper has faced in his career.

The Australian cricket team captain is at the moment free from any international duties, and thus in his free time, he earlier conducted a fan questions and answers session on his Instagram account.

During that QNA session, the Aussie was asked about the toughest bowler ever he has faced in his career so far. Earlier in 2020, in an interview with a news portal, he mentioned that Mitchell Johnson is the toughest teammate he has ever faced, but this time during the QNA session, he revealed that former Pakistan off-spin bowler Saeed Ajmal is the toughest bowler he has faced.

Saeed Ajmal now has retired from all forms of cricket and currently working as a coach. The Pakistan-born cricketer was one of the most known bowlers during his time.

Ajmal made his test debut in 2009 against Sri Lanka, ODI debut against India in 2008, and T20I debut against Australia in 2009.

Ajmal has an excellent record in all forms of cricket, and thus it is believed why Aaron Finch has named Ajmal as the toughest bowler he has faced. Ajmal has 178 wickets and 184 wickets to his name in Test and ODI, respectively.

Aaron Finch's stats in international cricket

Aaron Finch, on the other hand, is the world's one of the most famous cricketers. He currently captains the Aussie cricket team in both the ODI and T20I format of the game. 

Finch hasn't been a test specialist for the Australian team, but his ODI and T20I cricket numbers prove his caliber. In 132 One Day International (ODI) matches, Finch has scored 5232 runs at a strike rate of 88.4.

But Aaron Finch is famous mainly for his hard-hitting batting in the shortest format of the game, and Finch's number approves that. In 71 T20I matches, at a strike rate of 152, Aaron Finch has scored 2346 runs. His score of 172 against Zimbabwe puts him at the top of the highest ever T20I score in an inning.

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