Curtis Camper’s hat-trick puts Ireland on top against the Netherlands: 4 Wickets In 4 Balls New Record

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Game number three of the T20 World Cup 2021 is played between Ireland and Nerthandsat Abu Dhabi in Sheikh Zayed Stadium.

The Netherlands won the toss and opted to bat first in this encounter. But this decision from the Dutch Team hasn’t worked for them as the Irish bowlers kept rocking in this match.

Ireland kept the Netherlands on the backfoot. The wickets started to tumble from the first over itself. The Dutch Team was rocked early by a runout.

Ben Cooper was out on the first ball for a golden duck. He was joined by Bas De Leede for seven runs. John Little took this wicket as Lerfevwas clean bowled for just seven runs.

Curtis Camper Four Wickets in Four Balls

After the early trouble, Netherlands couldn’t cover. Even though Max ODoword tried to hold the innings together and he scored a brilliant half-century in the end. But the batsmen of the Netherlands were rocked because of the hat trick which Curtis Camper took in this innings.

Curtis Camper took four wickets in four deliveries to keep Ireland in the game. Colin Ackermann was the first victim of the camper. Colin was out for just 11 runs and after that, it was a procession that followed. Camper picked the next three Nerthands batter for a golden duck.

Curtis Camper picked Ryan Doedchate, Scott Edwards, and Van de Merwe in the next three balls. The Northlands even could not recover after Camper achieved this marvelous milestone.

Apart from Max ODoword, who played51 run knock, and Seelaarplayed a slow inning of 21 runs from 29 deliveries, Nerthands were bundled out for just 106runs in their 20 overs.

Camper‘s four of four will be remembered for a long time in the history of Irish Cricket. LasithMalingaisbthe one who is remembered for the same feat in the ODI cricket history. The Irish men will want Camper to achieve similar feats like Malingafor their country.

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