What is a spinner’s fastest ball in cricket history? Internet users react after Maheesh Theekshana clocks a bowling speed of 152 kph during the CSK vs MI IPL 2023 game 

The Indian Premier League (IPL) has had some very weird moments throughout the years, including teams defending low totals, scoring 31 runs to win in the final over, a few ridiculous fights, and more.

But it’s unlikely that you’ve ever seen a spinner bowl quicker than the world’s fastest pacers.

Did Maheesh Theekshana bowl the fastest ball in cricket and IPL history by a spinner after speedometer shows 152 kmph bowling speed

That is what happened in today’s IPL 2023 match between the Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings.

Mumbai had the chance to pick up several early wickets because the latter won the toss and decided to bat first. Then, in the 14th over, a mysterious spinner from Sri Lanka bowled one of the tournament’s fastest balls, which was an odd event.

One of the fastest spinners currently playing for CSK is Ravindra Jadeja, who occasionally throws a ball at over 100 kmph.

Spinners often bowl between 80 and 100 kmph. Maheesh Theekshana, the spinner from Sri Lanka today, is reported to have bowled at 152 kmph, which is unheard of in the spin bowling community.

Maheesh Theekshana bowled a ball that had a speedometer reading of 152 kph, shocking the crowd.

They immediately tweeted about the occurrence to show their shock.

The reliability of the speedometer in cricket games has frequently been questioned.

On occasion, it has been noted that the lengths have an impact on the ball’s recorded speed.

During the tense IPL 2023 match between CSK and MI, one such incident was seen. As Tristan Stubbs directed the third ball of Maheesh Theekshana’s 13th over towards long on, the speedometer read 152.0 Kph.

As soon as they heard this, followers went to Twitter to talk about the “Fastest Ball By A Spinner.”

152 Kph ball From Maheesh Theekshana


Speedometer Drunk

Fastest Ball in Cricket History by A Spinner

Unbelievable and shocking

Meanwhile, Chennai Super Kings defeated Mumbai Indians by a margin of six wickets in an IPL match on Saturday.

When given the chance to bat, the Mumbai Indians recorded a below-average 139 for 8. Nehal Wadhera’s 64 off 51 balls was the only saving grace, and Suryumar Yadav’s 26 off 22 balls was the second-best total.

For the second straight game, Rohit Sharma, the team’s captain, went scoreless.

Pacers Deep Chahar (2/18 in 3 overs), Matheesha Pathirana (3/15 in 4 overs), and Tushar Deshpande (2/26 in 4 overs) all helped CSK get wickets.

The majority of the runs were scored by Devon Conway (44 off 42 balls) and Ruturaj Gaikwad (30 off 16 balls) as CSK reacted by scoring the runs in 17.4 overs.



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