Sri Lankan leg-spinner Akila Dhananjay experienced the impressive heights of T20 cricket and then a miserable performance in a single match when he took a hat-trick, including the wicket of West Indies star Chris Gayle on the first ball, but Kieron Pollard also hit six sixes in one over. Were imposed. All this happened in the first international match played in Antigua in which the Windies won by 4 wickets.
Dhananjay is the 15th player to take a T20 international cricket hat-trick, while the Sri Lankan has become the fourth to do so. Returning to international cricket, he bowled Avian Lewis (28), Chris Gayle (0) and Nicholas Pooran (0) in his second over for three consecutive balls. They also had less time to celebrate this special achievement, as Kieron Pollard hit 6 sixes and blew his hosh like in the next over.
With six sixes in the over, Pollard said, after hitting three sixes, it seems possible that he can hit six sixes. “I went back to myself to do that.” He said. This was something the team needed. I didn’t see a hat-trick, only I heard, but I just had to come and do what the team needed at the time.
At one point Sri Lanka could have won the match, but captain Kieron Pollard did not approve. After winning the match, Captain Pollard said he was thinking that when 30 off 5 balls were scored he would not want to lose his wicket by playing a big shot on the last ball, but Pollard said he was confused, but he got the ball on the pad and he He was sent to mid-wicket for 6 runs.