A Bangladeshi Bowler surrendered 92 runs in just 4 legal deliveries. Opening bowler S. Mahmud of LALMATIA team delivered 15 no balls and and 13 wide balls. All these deliveries went straight to fence. And surrendered 92 runs in total including 12 runs from his legal deliveries.
The incident took place during a second division match between LALMATIA and AXION as a protest against partial nature of Umpires towards AXION team.
Lalmatia accused umpires for being unfair to their team from the start. according to them, they were forced to bat first and got bowled out in 14 overs with just 88 runs.
“It started at the toss. My captain was not allowed to see the coin and we were sent to bat first and as expected, the umpires’ decisions came against us,”
“My players are young, aged around 17, 18 and 19. They could not tolerate the injustice and thus reacted by giving away 92 runs in four deliveries.”
– Lalmatia General Secretary Adnan Rahman Dipon to Dhaka Tribune.
The most runs scored in an over in international cricket is 36 – a six from every ball – in both limited overs formats, and twice in first-class cricket but never in a Test match (yet).
The most runs scored in an over in a first-class match is the 77 Wellington’s Bert Vance’s against Canterbury in 1990.
In ODI cricket, Herschelle Gibbs conceded six straight sixes off Netherlands bowler Daan van Bunge in the 2007 World Cup.
In T20 internationals Yuvraj Singh blasted six consecutive balls to fence in Stuart Broad’s over in the 2007 T20 worldcup in Durban.