Jason Holder records West Indies history with four wickets in four balls

Jason Holder made a record-breaking effort in the final against England to lead West Indies to a 17-run win and a 3-2 victory in the five-match T20I series. The former skipper completed a double hat-trick by taking four wickets in four balls in the last over. He became the first West Indian male cricketer to score a hat-trick in Twenty20 Internationals. Women’s standout Anisa Mohammed became the first West Indian woman to get a hat-trick in T20Is when she did it against South Africa in 2018. Stafanie Taylor, an all-rounder, also has a T20I hat-trick on her record, courtesy to her outstanding performance against Pakistan Women in 2021.
Holder is the first West Indian guy to accomplish the feat, delivering the goods to assist his team defeat the visiting English squad.
Holder eliminated Chris Jordan, Sam Billings, Adil Rashid, and Saqib Mahmood off consecutive deliveries in the final over of the match, with England down by 20 runs.

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