Shoaib Akhtar was prohibited for five years on 1 April 2008, for publicly condemning the Pakistan Cricket Board. However, he was suspended from the five years ban by the Lahore High Court in Pakistan in October 2008 and he was chosen in the 15-man squad for the Twenty20 Quadrangular Tournament in Canada. Akhtar is a legend of Pakistan cricket as per Pakistani judge, Rana Bhagwandas. Unfortunately, I placed Akhtar at number 10 due to his lack of concentration on bowling length, sorry Akhtar!!
Zaheer Khan was forced to be out of the team due to his injuries during 2003 and 2004. He was dropped again in late 2005 after returning from injury. But he was recalled to the team as its leading pace bowler when he shown his strong performances on the domestic circuit. Zaheer Khan is fit to play in the World Cup 2011. He was the 4th highest wicket taker of the 2003 World Cup.
Stuart Christopher John Broad is a right-arm seam bowler in cricket from England. He also performs as a left-handed batsman. He was chosen as the Cricket Writers' Club Young Cricketer of the Year in August 2006. England won the 2010 ICC World T20 with the help of instrumental bowling of Stuart Broad.
Stuart Broad played very well in the test matches and ODI and helped England in winning. Recently, he took another five-wicket haul and England won their World Cup 2011 warm-up against Pakistan. He also made record as a batsman; he made the second-highest ever Test score, his first century in first-class cricket, against Pakistan in August 2010.
Lee was forced to be out of the Australian under-19 team to tour India because of stress fractures in his lower back in March 1994. But after that, he was selected to represent the “Australian A team” on a tour to South Africa. In January 2006, the ICC ranked Lee as the No. 1 ODI bowler in One-day Internationals.
Shane Bond has limited appearances in both international and domestic cricket due to these problems, and a late start to his fully professional cricket career. He only appeared in 18 Test matches for New Zealand since his debut in 2001/02 season. In December 2009, Bond was retired from Test cricket at the age of 34. Bond was chosen to play in the 3rd season of the Indian Premier League for the Kolkata Knight Riders in January 2010.
Bollinger played his first ODI five-wicket haul against Pakistan at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi on 1 May 2009. He was awarded with Man of the Match award in his first ODI match as he picked up 5/35. D.E. Bollinger has played very well and helped Australia in winning the ODI. He also played for the Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League.
Gul made his place on the international front after playing just 9 Class-A matches. He started the hard-ball game after taking part in every local tape-ball tournament and he soon became a ground-breaking pacer. 34 Tests, 80 ODIs and 34 T20s have been played by Umar Gul during his 8 year old career. 125 Test, 119 ODI and 47 T20 wickets are included in his records.
He played his first test match for South Africa at England's tour on 17 December 2004. Dale Steyn has made great performance due to his incredible passion and intensity. The bowling technique of Steyn is outstanding and his run up is controlled into the crease with an effortless running style. Dale is allowed to get into consistent and stable release positions by the basics, orthodox and side ways on his delivery stride.