New Delhi: Despite his retirement from international cricket last year, Zaheer Khan remains one of the most talked about Indian players.
Apart from his astute leadership of the Delhi Daredevils side this term, the former left-arm pacer is being looked at as a future bowling coach for the Indian cricket team.
Zaheer has also been a mentor to several young Indian bowlers and boasts of one of the best cricketing brains in the business.
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During his playing career, Zaheer was lethal when it came to bowling with the new ball. Not just that, the young Zaheer bowled devastating yorkers at the death as well.
When remembering his bowling, Zaheer's duel with Graeme Smith always comes to mind. However, he is credited for having troubled several right-handers as well.
Here is one such instances when he left then Pakistan skipper Inzamam-ul-Haq bamboozled in a 2006 Test.
Inzy was at the peak of his powers in that series and it needed something special to send him back into the hut.
Luckily for Rahul Dravid, Zak did this...