Unique record in the history of cricket, six wickets off six balls

Unique record in the history of cricket, six wickets off six balls

In a match of the ongoing T20 Club Championship in Nepal, a historic and unique record was set when six players were bowled on six balls by a bowler.
This unique incident of death bowling took place in a match of Nepal Pro Club Championship in which a bowler took five wickets in an over while one player was run out.

According to the official website of cricket, in the ongoing Pro Champions League in Nepal, Push Sports Delhi had no difficulty in achieving the target of Malaysia Club XI.

Before the over of MC Club bowler Virendeep Singh, Push Sports Delhi had scored 131 runs for 3 wickets and the players in the dugout were overjoyed at the possible victory.

But then Virendeep Singh’s first ball of the over started the destruction of push sports which continued till the last ball of the over.

For Virender Singh, this over was nothing short of a dream come true with a hat trick, two wickets and a run out. Could be

Virendeep Singh caught Marekank Pathak of Push Sports for 39. Ishan Pandey was run out for 19 off the next ball.

Newcomer Anandu Nahara was bowled by Virendeep, after which Vanish Sarwaha Singh was caught at mid-wicket. While Jatan Singhal was also sent to the pavilion by Virendeep with a catch on his own ball.

Virendeep bowled the recommendation on the last ball of the over and nailed the last nail in the coffin of the victory of Push Sports.

The only example in the Cricket Archives database is of six wickets falling off six balls, in the 1951 Thomas Hunter Cup match between Roland United and the Royal Warwickshire Regimental Association.

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