West Indies Fast Bowler Bowls ‘No-Ball Of The Century’

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On Wednesday, an epic conveyance made by the West Indies quick bowler Sheldon Cottrell and that delivery has been viewed as most noticeably bad delivery ever on the planet cricket history. He completely doled out what could be viewed as the most noticeably bad delivery in a match against Bangladesh. Then, the episode occurred amid the third One-day International (ODI) between the West Indies and Bangladesh at Warner Park in St Kitts.

Shelton Cottrell, the Pacer who deliver the ball straightforwardly towards the second slip as opposed to delivery to the batsmen and thusly, umpire quickly called it a no-ball. Not long after the occurrence, Cottrell apologized to his partners and came back to activity.

In the match, Shelton Cottrell bowled 9 overs and asserted one wicket by giving only 59 keeps running at an economy of 6.55. Be that as it may, the West Indies lost the match by 18 runs and Chris Gayle’s 73 off 66 and an unbeaten 74 off 41 from Rovman Powell went futile. They effectively won both the Tests to whitewash Bangladesh 2-0 and in the wake of winning they commenced their Test arrangement on a high.

Yet, sadly, they lost their third ODI at Warner Park in St Kitts and accordingly they lost the Series too against Bangladesh. Bangladesh won aggregate 2 ODI out of the three-coordinate arrangement and with respect to this West Indies group just won a Second ODI.

Eventually, in the first Twenty20 international on Wednesday, Kesrick Williams‘ profession best bowling figures and a hurricane batting cameo by Andre Russell helped the West Indies to beat Bangladesh by seven wickets. Consequently, West Indies have a Chance to win the second Twenty20 match which, assist them with winning the series too against Bangladesh at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground in Lauderhill on Saturday.

EDITOR: SINGH & SHAW

TECHIE: GUPTA

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