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Video: When the top batsman could not walk, this player who landed at number nine created the mutiny, got a big win, watch the video

New Delhi: There are many interesting views in T20 cricket, known as instant cricket. Something similar happened during the third and final T20 match between West Indies and Sri Lanka. In the match on Monday, the Sri Lankan team scored 131 runs in 20 overs, batting first. Sri Lankan openers Dhanushka and Nisanka could not walk and returned to the pavilion after scoring 9 and 5 runs.

After this, Dinesh Chandimal played a brilliant innings of 54 runs. At the same time, Ashen Bandara, who landed at number six, hit 44 runs from 35 balls. In this way Sri Lanka’s team could score 131 runs in 20 overs.

For West Indies, Fabian Allen, Kevin Sinclair, Jason Holder and Obed McCoy took one wicket each. Chasing the target, the West Indies team returned to the pavilion with opener Lendy Simons 26, Evin Lewis 21, Chris Gayle 13, Kieron Pollard 0, Nicolas Puran 23 runs. The Sri Lanka team had completely dominated the West Indies. It seemed that Sri Lanka would be successful in getting the match out of here, but a miracle happened after that!

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When these batsmen could not walk, the entire responsibility of victory fell on the shoulders of Jason Holder and number nine bowler Fabian Allen. The West Indies team needed 20 runs off 12 balls. The match stood at an exciting turn. The 19th over was bowled.

This is how the 19th over happened

First ball and Fabian Allen’s six! Second ball 2 runs, third ball 6, fourth ball 1 run, fifth ball 1 run and sixth ball six.

Fabian Allen, who landed at number 9, played such a stormy innings from 6 balls that the world was stunned. He smashed 3 sixes and gave the team a convincing victory in the 19th over itself. The three-match series was won by West Indies 2–1.


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