The craze for World Cup 2023 is becoming visible. Exciting matches one after the other are entertaining the fans a lot. The league stage of the World Cup 2023 has ended and the knockout stage will begin from Wednesday. Meanwhile, in the last over of the match, the Australian bowler created history by taking 6 wickets in 6 balls. This match was very exciting.
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 basis 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.
In the last over, Surfers Paradise needed 5 runs to win and had six wickets left. After this Morgan 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.
Morgan recalled what the umpire said about that rare feat. Morgan said, "It's funny that the umpire had already told me that to win the match you need to do a hat-trick or something amazing. When it happened, the way he looked at me said it all.
Speaking to the Gold Coast Bulletin and national broadcaster ABC, Morgan enthused: "It's amazing. I remember after I got the hat-trick I thought I'm not going to lose the match. Then everything started getting fun. When I got the last When I got the chance to go and see the ball and see the stumps, I couldn't believe it because I had never seen anything like that before.
The batsmen were caught out on the first four balls of Morgan. The last two batsmen were bowled. This achievement has no parallel even in professional cricket. The record for taking the most wickets in an over in professional cricket is 5 wickets. This achievement is recorded in the names of New Zealand's Neil Wagner (2011), Bangladesh's Al-Amin Hussain (2013) and India's Abhimanyu Mithun (2019). ABC gave this information.
Gareth Morgan's achievement showed that anything can happen in cricket. Cricket is a game of uncertainties, here every prediction fails. After the achievement of Gareth Morgan, the impatience has increased that when will such a feat be seen in international cricket