Odine Smith’s havoc, 5 sixes in one over, then ‘hat-trick’ while bowling

In the 25th match of the Caribbean Premier League, Guyana Amazon Warriors defeated Jamaica Tallawahs by 12 runs. Odine Smith did amazing bowling after scoring 42 runs in 16 balls.

Odine Smith hit five sixes in an over

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Before the T20 World Cup 2022, West Indies players are showing their strength in the Caribbean Premier League. Odin Smith, playing for Guyana Amazon Warriors, did something similar. In the 25th match of CPL 2022, this Guyana all-rounder won the team by 12 runs. The great thing is Odin Smith He first created panic with the bat and then he won the Player of the Match award by bowling amazingly. Smith scored 42 runs in 16 balls and then he took 2 wickets for 26 runs. Not only this, there was also a hat-trick in his over, due to which the Jamaican team was defeated.

Odin Smith wreaks havoc with the bat

Odine Smith hit 6 sixes in 16 balls in the CPL match, but out of this, he hit 5 sixes in the over of Miguel Pretorius. Odine Smith attacked Pretorius in the 18th over. On the first ball of Pretorius, Smith hits a six over long off. The second ball is dotted. After this, on the third ball, Smith hit a six over the covers. The fourth ball was wide but after that Smith hit a six over midwicket. Smith hit six sixes in an over on the fifth and sixth balls as well. Smith’s hitting took Guyana’s team to 178 runs.

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Odin Smith’s bowling was also strong

Although Odin Smith took 2 wickets, but in the last over of the match, three consecutive wickets fell in his three balls. Smith had to save 20 runs in the last over and Brandon King hit a six on his first ball. But after that Smith made a comeback. He did not allow King to score runs on the second ball and King was run out on the third ball. On the fourth ball, Smith dismissed Pretorius on the first ball and on the fifth ball Mohammad Amir Run out. In this way, three wickets fell in three balls of Odine Smith and the team hat-trick was completed.

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