Ryan Patel. Cricket is called the game of uncertainty. In this game, a bowler takes three wickets in three balls and then takes a hat-trick, and sometimes he has to sweat a lot for an ideal wicket too. County cricket is being played in England these days.
In a match in county played there, a middle-order batsman has done an amazing stuff. He grabbed 6 wickets and spend only 5 runs.
In the match played between Surrey and Somerset, the medium pace bowler Ryan Patel grabbed 6 wickets in just 3.4 overs spending only 5 runs. The surprising thing was that he surprised everyone by picking five wickets in just 11 balls. This performance was very special for Ryan because before that he had taken only two wickets in first-class cricket.
Ryan Patel is the player to bat at number four for Surrey, but he also bowls medium pace. After just getting 6 wickets in 3.4 overs with just five runs, Ryan said, “My confidence was increased after taking the first wicket on the very first ball, but I never thought I would get 6 wickets.”
— Surrey Cricket (@surreycricket) June 21, 2018
In this match, Surrey batted first, scored a huge score of 459 runs against Somerset. In reply, Somerset also scored 169 runs in 54 overs losing 4 wickets. Only then Ryan Patel bowled and in the next half an hour he put the Somerset innings on the end.
In the first innings Somerset could only score 180 runs in 59.5 overs.
Somerset gets follow-on:
In the second innings, Somerset was all out for 210 runs, and Surrey won the match with an innings and 69 runs. In the second innings, Ryan Patel bowled well but this time he could not get a single wicket. During this innings, Patel spent seven runs in four overs and he also bowled a maiden over in this inning.