Imran introduced a left armer in 1984, his name was Wasim Akram. Wasim is regarded by most as the best left handed Fast bowler in history. Wasim had magic in his left arm. He literally made the ball talk at will. The out-swinger, the in-swinger, yorker, bouncer he had it all both from over or around the wicket. Wasim was the dream bowler for any captain to have, a man that can win a game from the jaws of defeat, and who turned out to be one half of the greatest opening bowling partnership I have ever seen.
Waqar Younis was the other one in this dream act. Waqar was express pace. Quicker than Wasim, and the man that possessed a yorker that only Joel Garner could ever get near. Waqar tore many batsman apart, quite literally. Waqar was a prime example of why fast bowlers can be made but are a natural breed. You just can't coach natural pace, skill and aggression into a person.