PUNE (India) Shaun Tait broke the 100mph (161 kph) mark for the first time in the 5th ODI against England at Lords on Saturday, which was quickest ever by an Australian. However, it was marginally short of the all-time record holder Shoaib Akhtar, who hit 161.3kph during the 2003 World Cup. Tait, however, can certainly surpass Shoaib, says Richard Pybus, who was the coach of the Pakistan team when this record was made. The only one in that frame now is Tait who can break Shoaibs record, Pybus said from South Africa. However, its not the speed of any particular ball that is of interest, its more the way the spell is constructed and the confrontation of a genuinely quick bowler and the skill of the batters to counter it, he further added. I am not really interested in speed records, Shoaibs record was an innocuous ball, if there hadnt been the technology there for the game, no one would have taken notice of the ball. He had had bowled far better and consistently quick spells in the past, Pybus further added. Its great that Shoaib is back bowling quick again after his injury problems. Shoaib will bowl the odd quick ball, whether he can climb into the high 90s remains to be seen, he added. Kemar Roach may get up there as he matures in the next couple of years. Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel can bowl in the 90s but both rely more on constructing spells Steyn with swing and Morkel with bounce and length, Pybus added.