Jason Holder gave a record-breaking performance at the most crucial time to help the West Indies win the decider of the 5 match T20 series by 17 runs and winning the series by 3-2. The former skipper took four wickets in four balls in the last over to complete a double hat-trick. Yes, you read that right! A DOUBLE HATTRICK and yes he took 4 wickets in 4 balls in the last over of the decider match. Jason Holder became the first West Indian male cricketer who took a hat-trick in the T20Is.
In the final over of the match, England needed 20 runs to win, and then something happened which was unexpected as Jason Holder removed 1, 2, but 4 English batters in the next 4 deliveries which includes Chris Jordan, Sam Billings, Adil Rashid, and Saqib Mahmood and Holder wrote his name with golden letters in the record books.
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Brief Scores: West Indies 179/4 (K. Pollard 41*, R. Powell 35*; A. Rashid 2/17) defeated England 162/10 (James Vince 55, Sam Billings 41; Jason Holder 5/27)