Glenn McGrath is an all-time great without a doubt. The Aussie quick was known for the control he had on his bowling was admirable. He could bowl wherever he wants and make the batsmen dance on his tunes. He was known for his steady line and length, but recently McGrath failed to live up to his image.
The 48-year-old surprised a young cricketer when he bowled a beamer out of nowhere. The kid might be expecting a 'McGrath special', something around the off stump but an attempt by former Australian cricketer to bowl a slower one wasn't executed well.
The charity game was played at Dubbo District Cricket Association. Later after the incident, McGrath was mocked by another Aussie Stuart Clark for his beamer.
Talking about Glenn McGrath's career, he played 124 matches and picked up 563 wickets which include 29 five-wicket hauls and three ten-wicket hauls.
In ODIs, He has 381 wickets by his name. His best figure is 7/15 wicket against Namibia in World Cup 2003. The eye-grabbing economy of 3.88 can't be ignored by last era's one of the best batsman.