The pacer took three wickets and conceded just 22 runs from his quota of four overs.

Hasan Ali, who was lambasted for his performance in the semi-final of the ICC T20 World Cup, made an impressive comeback in the first T20I between Bangladesh and Pakistan.

The pacer took three wickets and conceded just 22 runs from his quota of four overs. He dismissed the likes of Mohammad Naim, Nurul Hasan, and Aminul Islam.

However, fans were left surprised when Hasan bowled a 219 kph delivery, the fastest ball in the history of cricket.

The second delivery of his spell clocked 219 kph. Actually, something was wrong with a speed gun as it is impossible for a human to bowl at that pace. Fans were quick to spot the speed and reacted hilariously on social media.

The right-arm pacer from Pakistan bowled the fastest delivery in international cricket during the World Cup in 2003. Akhar clocked 161.3 km/hr against England at Capetown.

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