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6 wickets in 6 balls: Australian bowler took six wickets in six balls

By Kaif - November 14, 2023 - Last updated on Dec 02, 2023 03:47 PM
6 wickets in 6 balls: Australian bowler took six wickets in six balls

6 wickets in 6 balls: In the midst of the World Cup, the Australian bowler has surprised the world with his bowling. This bowler bowled charismatically and took 6 wickets in 6 balls.

Australian bowler took six wickets in six balls

Australian bowler made world record: Cricket is a game of uncertainties, nothing can be said as to what will happen in it. It is often said about this game that cricket is the game where prediction fails. The specialty of this game is that nothing is impossible in it. Recently an Australian bowler has done what sounds impossible. This bowler has surprised the whole world by taking 6 wickets in 6 balls.

Australia's third division club cricketer Gareth Morgan took six wickets in six balls during the local match, due to which his team was successful in registering victory.

6 wickets in 6 balls

Australian club cricketer Gareth Morgan achieved a brilliant feat by taking six wickets in six balls in the last over of the ODI match. On the strength of this performance, Morgan led his team to victory. In the Gold Coast Premier League Division 3, Mudgeeraba captain Gareth Morgan turned the tables in the last over.

Let us tell you that Surfers Paradise needed 5 runs to win in the last over, while they had six wickets left. Morgan then took a bold decision and decided to bowl the last over himself. What happened next is no less than a fantasy. Morgan dismissed opener Jack Garland (65) on the first ball and then dismissed the next five batsmen for golden ducks.

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Gareth Morgan took 6 wickets in 6 balls: Morgan recalled what the umpire said about the rare feat. Morgan said, "It's funny that the umpire told me earlier that you need to do a hat-trick or something amazing to win the match. When this happened, his look at me was telling everything.

Speaking to the Gold Coast Bulletin and national broadcaster ABC, Morgan enthused: "It's amazing. I remember that after taking the hat-trick, I thought that I will not lose the match. Then everything started becoming fun. When I went to the last ball and saw the stumps, I could not believe it because I had never seen anything like this before.

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