In a dramatic flip of occasions all over the 3rd and ultimate T20 Global (T20I) of the three-match collection between Australia and West Indies, the Aussie leg-spinner Adam Zampa sadly etched his identify into the listing books for the entire mistaken causes. Zampa has now created an undesirable listing through conceding probably the most runs ever through an Australian participant in a T20I event.
Andre Russell smacked Adam Zampa for 28 runs in an over
The sport, which spread out on the Perth Stadium on Tuesday (February 13), took a shocking flip as Zampa’s bowling figures spiralled out of keep an eye on. In spite of his highest efforts, Zampa struggled to include the West Indian batters, particularly Andre Russell, permitting a vital choice of runs to slide thru.
Within the nineteenth over of the West Indies innings, Russell smashed Zampa all over the park. He hit 4 sixes and 1 4 all over Zampa’s closing over, taking the bowler’s tally of runs to 65.
THIS IS RUSSELL MANIA…!!!!!
He smashed 6,4,0,6,6,6 (28 runs) in an over in opposition to Zampa – Andre Russell, The Destroyer! %.twitter.com/blflDajUkk
— CricketMAN2 (@ImTanujSingh) February 13, 2024
Zampa’s efficiency has raised considerations amongst fanatics and professionals alike, prompting discussions about Australia’s bowling technique and the staff’s total efficiency within the event.
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Maximum runs conceded through an Australian bowler in a T20I
- Adam Zampa – 1/65 vs West Indies, Perth in February 2024
- Andre Tye – 2/64 vs New Zealand, Auckland in February 2018
- Aaron Hardie – 1/64 vs India, Guwahati in November 2023
Whilst cricket is a recreation of uncertainties, Zampa’s record-breaking feat serves as a stark reminder of the demanding situations and pressures confronted through avid gamers on the very best stage of the game.
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