Lasith Malinga took four wickets for four balls

The third match between Sri Lanka and New Zealand, Lasith Malinga took four wickets for four balls. Lasith Malinga had earlier taken four wickets for four balls in the World Cup. Lasith Malinga Leading from the front.

Malinga to Taylor, OUT, FOUR IN FOUR! Is this the 2007 World Cup once more?! Ross Taylor this time, and he gets a similar treament – an unplayable yorker. He looked more still than de Grandhomme at the wrinkle however it didn’t make a difference. This one is set out ideal toward the foot, it swings late from around leg to center stump and it sneaks under Taylor’s bat to get him plumb

LRPL Taylor lbw b Malinga 0 (1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Malinga to de Grandhomme, OUT, he has done it, three of every three, Malinga has taken a cap stunt when his group needs it the most! Dear o dear, they’re checking for the no ball and this is so close! The foot is pitching on hold and it appears as, on effect, a small amount of a little piece of the impact point was behind in the wrinkle. It couldn’t have been nearer than that without being a no ball. What’s more, how’s this for a cap stunt conveyance: a burning yorker with late swing to an in-structure Colin de Grandhomme who was settled and the ball took the base of off and center stumps. What a sight, what a bowler. He indicates the number on his pullover in festivity. It says 99!

C de Grandhomme b Malinga 0 (1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Malinga to Rutherford, OUT, boisterous, uproarious intrigue first ball, it’s turned down and Malinga, the commander, has audited right away. This one likewise to one side hander, additionally swinging in, additionally missed by the batsman, and he’s hit directly before leg stump after the ball pitched on center. Ball-following says it’s hitting, the group ejects! It may have watched not out at first yet appears as though Rutherford made a minor stride towards center stump which went to support Malinga

HD Rutherford lbw b Malinga 0 (1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Malinga to Munro, OUT, there comes Malinga’s 100th T20I wicket and he has bowled Munro once more! Minimal like how he got Munro yet this wasn’t a yorker. It was swinging in, in pitched on center stump and it found the hole between Munro’s bat and cushion to shake the leg stump. What a sight that is for a quick bowler

C Munro b Malinga 12 (12b 1×4 1×6) SR: 100.00

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Updated: September 7, 2019 — 7:00 am

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