Sachin Tendulkar Has A Better Bowling Strike Rate Than These 5 Famous Bowlers

3. Chris Harris:

6 Jun 1999: Chris Harris of New Zealand celebrates a Zimbabwe wicket in the World Cup Super Six match at Headingley in Leeds, England. The points were shared after rain caused the match to be abandoned. Mandatory Credit: Shaun Botterill /Allsport

Chris Harris is recognized as one of the best all-rounders of his generation. While he struggled in Tests, the right-arm medium-pacer became the first Kiwi to play in 250 ODIs. He also shares the record of most caught and bowled dismissals in ODIs with none other than Muttiah Muralitharan.

He took 203 wickets in ODIs at a bowling strike rate of 52.5 which is just a little more than Sachin Tendulkar’s strike rate.

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