West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder took a double hat-trick in the 5th T20I against England and became the fourth bowler after Lasith Malinga, Rashid Khan, and Curtis Kanfer to take 4-wickets in 4 balls in T20Is. Holder achieved this feat by dismissing Chris Jordan, Sam Billings, Adil Rashid, and Saqib Mahmood in 4 consecutive balls.
In the last T20 match against England, Jason Holder took 4-wickets in 4 consecutive balls. West Indies defeated England by 17-runs in the deciding match. The end of the 5-match in the T20 series played between West Indies and England was very exciting. This match became the most memorable for all-rounder Jason Holder. He became the first player to take a hat-trick for the West Indies men’s team in T20 International format.
Due to this West Indies also got a spectacular victory of 17-runs in the decider of the series against England. Earlier this feat was done by female cricketer Anisa Mohammed for the West Indies. However, everyone expressed their happiness after seeing Holder’s performance in the last over of the match.
Jason Holder took 4-wickets in the last 4 balls of his over, due to that team England lost the match as well as the series. West Indies won this T20 series by 3-2.
Jason Holder made his performance historic with his bowling
Talking about the 20th over of England’s innings, Holder tried to hit the ball over mid-wicket by Chris Jordan on the second ball but got caught on the boundary line. After this, Sam Billings also lost his wicket in an attempt to play a similar shot on the next ball.
On the third ball, Holder bowled a length ball to Adil Rashid in which he tried to play a big shot but got caught at mid-wicket, and with this, he completed the hat-trick while creating history.
However, Jason Holder did not stop there and bowled a full delivery to Saqib Mahmood on the 5th ball of the over which got missed and scattered the bails. Holder took 5-wickets for 27 runs in the bowling of 2.5 overs in the match. Apart from this, Akil Hussain also took 4-wickets in this match for West Indies.