Home IPL

WATCH: Umran Malik bowls fastest delivery of IPL 2022; breaks his own record to clock 157 kmph vs DC

SRH's Umran Malik broke his own record by throwing the ball at 157 kmph against DC. This is also the fastest delivery in IPL 2022.

Umran Malik

Umran Malik is the new find for Hyderabad who keeps aweing everyone with his 150 kmph past speed. He reached a new milestone by breaking his own record of the fastest delivery in this season by clocking 157 kmph on the fourth delivery of the last ball against Delhi Capitals on Thursday, May 5 at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Unfortunately, his fastest delivery went for a boundary smashed by Rovman Powell who remained unbeaten with his 67 off 35 balls. Also, Umran Malik remained wicketless in his four overs by conceding 52 runs.

Umran Malik had created a record earlier by delivering the fastest ball to Chennai Super Kings’ MS Dhoni at 154 kmph at the MCA Stadium in Pune. He bowled 154.8 kmph to David Warner and later in the match he threw the record-breaking speed.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Watch the video below:

He recently bagged his maiden five-wicket haul against Gujarat Titans with the figures of 5/25, which is also the best bowling figure so far in this season. However, their side ended up on the losing side. He had also bagged a 4-fer by conceding 28 runs against Punjab Kings.

Also Read | “Absolute carnage”- DC’s David Warner goes beast mode against Hyderabad; slams record-breaking half century

DC vs SRH so far

Rovman Powell and David Warner

Talking about the match, at the time when this article is written, SRH have scored 157/6 and they need 51 runs in 17 balls. DC have set a huge total of 208 with the brilliant games from David Warner and Rovman Powell.

David Warner smacked an unbeaten 92 runs in 58 deliveries. His power hitting includes 12 fours and 3 sixes with a brilliant strike rate of 158.62.

While Rovman Powell showed off his Caribbean power by banging 3 fours and 6 sixes while scoring 67 in 35 deliveries. He slammed his 50 in 30 balls. Both the batsmen had formed a solid 122-run stand for the fourth wicket.

Also Read | “That’s not how the game is played”- DC’s Rovman Powell reveals David Warner’s selfless act against SRH





Gouri Das is a cricket writer at FirstSportz. She is an ardent fan of cricket and tennis and admires Novak Djokovic, MS Dhoni, and Usain Bolt.