Adam Zampa: Australian leg-spinner Adam Zampa equals an unwanted record in ODIs

NEW DELHI: Adam Zampa endured a difficult outing on Friday and sadly, he etched his identify into an undesirable report in males’s one-day internationals (ODIs) by conceding 113 runs in his ten overs, which is the joint-most by any bowler on this format.
The earlier holder of this report was Mick Lewis of Australia, who additionally gave away 113 runs throughout the memorable sequence decider between Australia and South Africa in 2006, the place Proteas efficiently chased down 435.
Within the match the place Australia selected to subject first, they confronted a relentless assault from the South African batters, with Heinrich Klaasen and David Miller main the cost. Klaasen’s exceptional century got here off simply 57 balls.
Klaasen, who scored 174 runs off simply 83 balls, and Miller (82 not out) fashioned a rare fifth-wicket partnership, amassing 222 runs off solely 94 balls. This partnership powered South Africa to a formidable whole of 416 for 5, marking their fifth-highest whole in one-day internationals.


Klaasen’s distinctive innings included 13 fours and an equal variety of sixes, together with his exceptional show ending as he was caught on the boundary off the ultimate ball of the innings.
Zampa had a tricky day, being hit for 9 sixes and eight fours throughout his spell. The forty eighth over, which he bowled towards Miller and Klaasen, was notably costly, yielding 26 runs.
Zampa’s 9 sixes conceded within the innings is the second-worst determine by a bowler in an ODI innings, highlighting the formidable batting show by the South African staff.
Most costly ODI bowling figures
0-113 (10) – Adam Zampa – AUS vs SA, 2023* – Centurion
0-113 (10) – Mick Lewis – AUS vs SA, 2006 – Johannesburg
0-110 (10) – Wahab Riaz – PAK vs ENG, 2016 – Nottingham
0-110 (9) – Rashid Khan – AFG vs ENG, 2019 – Manchester
0-108 (10) – PRP Boissevain – NED vs ENG, 2022 – Amstelveen

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