Australian bowler took 6 wickets in 6 balls, team won the lost match

Cricket is a game where no one can say what will happen when. Often such matches are seen where the winning team suddenly loses. Whereas the losing team suddenly wins. Recently, a similar match took place in the World Cup where the Australian team was on the verge of defeat against Afghanistan but then Glenn Maxwell made Australia win by scoring a double century. After this miraculous inning of Maxwell, a player from his own country has done something which you will not believe. In a third division club cricket match in Australia, a bowler took 6 wickets in 6 consecutive balls.

This match was going on between Mudgeeraba Nerang and Districts Cricket Club and Surfers Paradise. In this match, Surfers Paradise needed five runs to win in the last over and only 4 wickets had fallen. This team was winning the match very easily. But then something happened in the last over which no one could even imagine.

Gareth Morgan’s havoc

Mudgeeraba Nerang and Districts Cricket Club captain Gareth Morgan bowled the last over. This player took a wicket on the very first ball. After this, he took a hat-trick by taking a wicket on the second and then the third ball. The match became exciting and Murgiraba club now had hopes of victory. However, Surfers Paradise still needed only 5 runs from 3 balls, which was possible. Now Morgan took three wickets in the next three balls also. His team also won and this player created history by taking 6 wickets in 6 balls.

This happened for the first time

The batsmen took catches on the first four balls of Gareth Morgan’s last over while the last two batsmen were bowled. Morgan took 7 wickets for 16 runs in 7 overs in the match. Let us tell you that this is the first time that a player has taken 6 wickets in one over. In professional cricket, the record of taking most five wickets in an over is in the name of New Zealand’s Neil Wagner, Bangladesh’s Al Amin Hussain and India’s Abhimanyu Mithun.

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