Video: 5 wickets in 1 over, no run conceded in World T20

5 wickets in 6 balls. The incident happened in 2010 World T20 in West Indies. In a group A match between Australia v Pakistan, this whacking moment has happened.

At Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia Australia winning the toss elected to bat first. Opener David Warner and Shane Watson scored 51 run in the first wicket. David Warner scored 26 while Watson played  gusty 81 run innings off 49 balls.

David Hussey gave Australia some late surge by playing a 29 ball 53. David hit 5 sixes and 2 boundaries.  When David Hussey got out in the 17th over Australia were 162 for 3. With seven-wicket in hand 200 plus score was waiting but suddenly Australian batting line up started crumbling.

Pakistan bowlers especially, Mohammad Hafeez  and Mohammad Sami conceded 47 and 54 runs respectively.

However, Saeed Ajmal and Mohammad Amir kept Australia’s middle order and tail at the bay.

Ajmal picked up the wicket of David Hussey and Cameron White to keep Australia’s flow of runs in the last three overs. Micheal Hussey’ run out also added woe to Australia as the lefthanded batsmen was run out by Kamran Akmal.

 

 

Australia were 181 for 5 before the final over of the innings. Teenager Mohammad, who had earned already a fame in the world cricket for his sensational bowling spell, has taken Australian batsman by surprise.

Five wickets has fallen in the final over. Australia were all wicket down. They managed just 29 runs in the last 13 balls of the match. Amir did not concede a single run but has taken three wickets while other two batsmen got run out.

Unplayable Amir has taken the last five Australian batsmen by surprise.

Brad Haddin, Mitchell Johnson and Shaun Tait were the victims of  Amir while Mike Hussey and Steve Smith were run out.

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