England’s much awaited NatWest series is in high swing, an interesting incident took place during the match between ardent favorites’ Somerset and Kent Spitfires.
Any batsman can manage a maximum of 6 runs in one ball, but Somerset’s Steve Davis altered the facts, his score triggered to 21 from 14 in a single ball, which means that he garnered 7 runs in one ball.
Post this historical feat, Steve Davies played a fine inning bagging a whole 62 runs off just 32 balls, played a keen role in bringing the Somerset’s score to staggering 197 runs at the loss of 6 wickets.
This 7 runs deed is purely a misspell of the wicket-keeper. After Davies delivered the ball, he along with his partner bagged 3 runs quickly, now, the overthrow attempted by the Kent wicket-keeper to clinch a run-out resulted in this, as the ball traveled all the way to the boundary, seven runs are added to Somerset.
Watch the video here:
Have you ever seen anything like this before?
— NatWest T20 Blast (@NatWestT20Blast) July 27, 2017