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6 Balls 6 Wickets: Cricket has always been called a game of uncertainties. It is said in this game that making no record is impossible. Every day a new record is made in the world of cricket. Such a record has been seen in club cricket in Australia. This record is very unique, which cannot happen often in the world of cricket. This is a record of taking six wickets in six balls.

What did the bowler do?

This achievement has occurred in Australian club cricket where a bowler has taken six wickets on all six balls of the over. The incident took place in the Gold Coast Premier League, Australia’s third division. The match was played between Mudgeeraba Districts and Surfers Paradise. Australian bowler Gareth Morgan took six wickets in 6 balls in the last over and won the match for his team.

How to take 6 wickets in 6 balls?

Talking about this match, playing first, Mudgeeraba scored 178 runs in 40 overs. In reply, Surfers could score only 174 runs for 4 wickets in 39 overs. India needs 5 runs to win in this over. But who would have thought that the Surfers team would lose the match here. Mudgeeraba captain Gareth Morgan, who came to bowl the last over, bowled the last over and took wickets on all six balls. He took two wickets and took four wickets.

Has this ever happened before?

This has happened for the first time in the history of cricket. Earlier in 2017, Australia’s Ellen Carey had taken six wickets in six balls. But this has not happened in first-class cricket and only five wickets have fallen in an over. New Zealand’s Neil Wagner (2011), Bangladesh’s Al-Ami Hossain (2013) and India’s Abhimanyu Mithun (2019) have taken five consecutive five-wicket hauls in first-class cricket.

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