Curtis Campher 4 Wickets in 4 ball Made History in T20 world cup 2021

Mr.Curtis Campher Ireland bowler has been made in history in T20 world cup 2021.

He is taken 4 wickets in 4 ball against Netherlands, 3rd Match, Group A & make a proud to his team.

He is taking his 1st wickets at 9.2 overs Colin Ackermann to catch out by Neil rock.

After that he is taken 2nd wickets Scott Edwards he was LBW.

After taken back 2 back 2 wicket he was on Hat-trick and you won’t believe he got his 1st Hat-trick in his career.

He get 3rd wicket Roelof van der Merwe was LBW.

After 3rd wickets he never thought he can get 4th wicket in back 2 back ball.

But the dream has come true and he got 4th wicket Roelof van der Merwe has been bowled.

What a Smash bowling by Curtis Campher.

He is debut against England 30 July 2020. At that match he is taken 1st wicket to Tom Banton England Batsman player.

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Curtis Campher Personal Information

BornApr 20, 1999 (22 years)
Birth PlaceJohannesburg
RoleBowling, Allrounder
Batting StyleRight Handed Bat
Bowling StyleRight-arm fast-medium
ODI DebutEngland
1st Hat-trick T20 Netherlands

Ireland Player Curtis Campher More Details

Curtis has been born in Johannesburg, he belong to south africa but he has been decide to not play cricket with national team.

And he decide to play his cricket life with Ireland team and He went on the Ireland Wolves’ tour to Namibia early that year, and impressed sufficiently to win a place in the squad for a three-match ODI series in England in July.

He made in his career 2 half century & dismissed Tom Banton with his fourth ball debut.

Campher, a diminutive seam-bowling allrounder, has ambitions to move up the order and bat in the top six.

He moved to Munster Reds ahead of the 2021 domestic season after playing for Leinster Lightning in his first summer as an adopted Irishman, though ankle surgery provided a setback.

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