Ireland seam bowler Curtis Campher took a remarkable four wickets in four balls against the Netherlands in their Group A T20 World Cup match in Abu Dhabi.
Campher reduced the Netherlands from 51-2 to 51-6 in his second over.
He first had Colin Ackermann caught down the leg side, successfully using a review to overturn a not out decision.
Ryan ten Doeschate then fell lbw first ball, Scott Edwards was given out lbw on review and Roelof van der Merwe was bowled via an inside edge.
South Africa-born Campher, 22, finished with 4-26 off his four overs as the Netherlands were dismissed for 106, with Mark Adair taking 3-9 and Dutch opener Max O’Dowd hitting 51.
Campher said, “It’s just been good to be out there again because I’ve struggled with injuries lately. I wasn’t feeling great out there with the ball but [captain] Andrew Balbirnie just told me to crack the game open and thankfully I did.”
Campher is only the third man to claim four wickets in four balls in Twenty20 internationals.