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Mitchell Starc is on his way to becoming the top bowler of his time.
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“ He can swing, has great pace and a sensible head; there’s no stopping him from becoming the best in the world. ”
“ Starc has a long way to go before he can even be mentioned in the same breath as Steyn, Anderson and Mitchell Johnson. ”
Dipen Shah: Starc adds a whole new dimension to the bowling attack of any team. He generates a lot of pace, gets the ball to bounce and has an amazing swinging ball that goes into the right-handed batsman. He is one of the most promising pacers for Australia at the present moment.

He has a knack of taking wickets whenever his captain hands him the ball – even on pitches that offer very less help for bowlers. In fact he managed to bag three five-wicket hauls in his first 17 ODIs – two of which came in successive games.

But greater than any of his skills is his ability to be sensible under pressure and use his head. He has many variations for a pacer bowling at his speed and does not depend sheer pace to get his wickets. He gets into the psyche of the batsman and bowls accordingly.

He still has a long way to go. But if he continues the way he is, there’s no doubt he’ll go on to become the best pacer of his time.
Rishabh Thomas: Ever since his return from injury, Starc has impressed one and all with his eye-catching performances; particularly for RCB. Starc is more than capable of swinging the ball at will and hitting the 150km/hr mark frequently.

However, it’s too early to say if Starc is on his way to achieving greatness. The left-armer is only 24 and he has plenty of time to expand his skill-set. At the moment, he’s not even the best fast bowler in his national side.

Having said that, the RCBian surely has the potential to be bracketed among the best in the next couple of years given he doesn't drop pace or fall prey to injuries.
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yes,his pace always attacks the bats man
21 Sep 2014
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