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Top 3 Best Bowling Spells of Brett Lee

Top 3 Best Bowling Spells of Brett Lee

Top 3 Best Bowling Spells of Brett Lee

The former Australian fast bowler didn’t need any introduction as he has made multiple records. The 46-year- old bowler has played 76 tests, 221 ODI, and 25 T20. If we see the cricket news, he is the most stylish bowler of all time, and people used to copy his style. In his 11-12 years career, he dominated with his aggression, pace, and style. He was the Australian potent weapon in his prime days. He was there to threaten the batsman along with Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne. The Australian pacer was dangerous with the new ball and equally impactful with the older ball. He was one of few bowlers who had the raw pace and swing. His outswinger tricked the batsman, and the bouncer was enough to threaten the batsman. In the Brett Lee era, white ball cricket was evolving, and he was the perfect fit for the white ball cricket because he had variations later, he adjusted himself to T20 cricket as well. His career highlight was the Edgbaston Ashes test, where he gave hope to the hopeless Australian team. In this article, we will see the best bowling figure of Brett Lee.

9 for 171 Vs New Zealand

On 1 December 2008, Brett Lee bowled one of the best career spells in test cricket against New Zealand. He missed the fifer in the first innings and took 4 wickets for 66, but he took the fifer in the second innings and took 5 wickets for 105 runs. According to the cricket news update, New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat first.

New Zealand’s opener came to bat but couldn’t convert the great start to a big score, and Jamie How returned to the pavilion. Jesse Ryder also returned to the pavilion after a partnership with Aaron Redmond. All the batters got a start but couldn’t convert to a big score. Aaron Redmond was the only batter who scored a half-century. New Zealand scored 270 runs in the first innings, and Brett Lee was the most successful bowler with 4 wickets for 66 runs in the first innings.

In response, Australia came to bat in the first innings and scored 535 runs with two centuries and two half-centuries. Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin scored centuries, while captain Ricky Ponting and Micheal Hussey scored half-centuries.

New Zealand batters came on the field to prevent the loss but couldn’t do anything, got all out at the score of 203, and lost the match by an innings and 62 runs. Once again, Brett Lee was the most successful bowler with 5 wickets. 

5 for 22 Vs South Africa

It is his best bowling figure in white ball cricket. Australia won the toss and elected to bat first. Opener Damien Martyn and Phil Jaques came to open. Australian batters struggled to score runs except for Pil Jaques who missed his deserved centuries. Micheal Clarke and James Hopes scored 34 and 38 runs respectively. Australia got all out at 245 runs, and Andrew Hall was the most successful bowler with 4 wickets.

South Africa came to chase. Captain Graeme Smith and Boeta Dippenaar came to open, and the captain fell on Brett Lee. The South African batter could do it in front of Brett Lee and struggled to make partnerships. South Africa got all out the score of 186 runs and lost the match by 59 runs. If we see the trending cricket news, Brett Lee took the 5 wickets for 22 runs and became the player of the match.

5 for 59 Vs West Indies

Brett Lee was the best bowler of his time, but he could play to his potential in tests. In the second match of the test series against West Indies, he took a fifer. Australia scored 479 runs in his first innings with two centuries and two half-centuries. The trending cricket news is that Brett Lee scored the half-centuries and took a fifer in the match. The match ended in a draw as both teams played very well. West Indies scored 352 runs in their first innings, Australia declared the second innings on 244 runs, and West Indies scored 266 runs till the draw.


Brett Lee is a once-in-a-generation bowler who has style, row pace, and aggression. In his 11-12 years of career, he dominated on the field with his aggression. His stare and style were enough to threaten the batters. In his prime days, he was the potent weapon of the Australian. Visit the CBTF Speed News website to see the cricket sports update.

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