Sunil Narine bowls wicket-maiden during Super Over contest between Guyana Amazon Warriors and Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel in CPL 2014
Sunil Narine bowled five dot balls and claimed a wicket in the Super Over.
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Jul 18, 2014
West Indies and Guyana Amazon Warriors’ spinner Sunil Narine created a unique record when he bowled a wicket maiden during a Super Over tiebreaker against the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel, during a Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2014 match on Thursday.
Narine bowled five dot balls and claimed a wicket in the Super Over, after Guyana Amazon Warriors set 12-run target against the T&T side. Both the teams had finished at 119 after 20 overs, reported Cricket Australia’s website.
Narine was all-over Nicolas Pooran, who had earlier scored 37 of just 17 balls. Narine did not let the batsman connect to the ball and on the penultimate ball of the over he got him caught at the long-off boundary. New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor failed to connect to the final ball as he attempted a slog-sweep off the mystery spinner.