4 Wickets in 4 Balls is a record in T20 History: Jason Holder Takes 4 Wickets Off 4 Balls. Jason Holder picked four wickets in four balls in the last over of the 5th and final WI Vs Eng T20I to pick a double hat-trick.
4 in 4: Jason Holder is the first West Indian man to take a T20I hat-trick which helps West Indies beat England by 17 runs in the 5th and final T20I. West Indies won the five-match T20I series 3-2
Holder joined an elite club along with Lasith Malinga, Rashid Khan and Curtis Campher are the only other bowlers in men’s cricket to take four-in-four in a T20 international.
The feat of taking four wickets in four balls has occurred only once in One Day International cricket, in the 2007 World Cup, when Lasith Malinga managed the feat against South Africa. Malinga then repeated this triumph in a T20I against New Zealand during their tour of Sri Lanka.
- Chris Jordan (7) caught on the fence,
- Followed by the key dismissal of Sam Billings (41 runs off 28 balls)
- Golden duck for Adil Rashid and
- Golden duck for Saqib Mahmood as the last wicket for England.
Best Comeback Day 31 Jan 2022: First Nadal and then Jason Holder
Holder did not get a chance to go for five wickets in five balls with no England batters left. The allrounder finished with 5-27 from 2.5 overs. In that last over, Holder first claimed five wickets. Did you see the last wicket of Jason holder and England? WI even they didn’t realise ball hits the stump. What a Delivery.