WestIndies Bowler Jason Holder Makes History In Cricket
Jason Holder makes new history in cricket.
Jason took 4 wickets in consecutive bowls…
The West Indies beat England by 17 runs in the fifth and final Twenty20 international at the Kensington Oval on Sunday, giving them a 3-2 series win. Local hero Jason Holder took four wickets in consecutive balls during a dramatic last over. With a format-best four for 30, Akeal Hosein had already halted England’s momentum. One of those who fell to the left-arm spinner was James Vince, who holed out for a top-score of 55 in the innings. When all-rounder Holder began bowling the final over of the contest at his Barbados home field, England was still in the game, needing 20 runs to complete a total of 180.
Sri Lanka’s Lasith Malinga, Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan and Ireland’s Curtis Campher are the only other men to take four wickets in four balls during a T20 international