The world of fast bowling has seen a decline in standards over the years as bowlers nowadays find it hard to consistently bowl at a high pace. Currently, spin bowlers are on a rise and with T20 cricket dominating the fixture schedule, fast bowlers find it hard to meet the desired standards.
Also, the two top bowlers Hasan Ali and Jasprit Bumrah have been the star factors in the cricketing world. Hasan Ali stood out in Champions Trophy 2017 and was the player of the series whereas prodigy has been a revelation to the Indian team since his debut.
Comparing both budding cricketers, Jasprit has an average of 21.14 and a strike rate of 28.3. On the other hand, Hasan Ali boasts an average of 23.24 and has a strike rate of 26.3. The cutting edge here is with Bumrah as he has a fantastic economy rate of 4.44 which is a testament to his accurate and pinpoint bowling in the death overs of ODI cricket. Hasan though, has a slightly higher economy rate of 5.28 but has more wickets since his debut as compared to Bumrah.
Furthermore, Hasan has an intrinsic ability to vary his bowling pace according to situations and his wicket-to-wicket bowling is a treat to watch at times. Currently, he is going through a slump but is surely talented enough to come out of it victoriously.