Unwanted century by Jacob Duffy
Jacob Duffy conceded 100 runs in an ODI Game
Jacob Duffy conceded 100 runs in an ODI game vs India in Indore in last ODI last match of 3 match ODI series. Rohit Sharma and young opener Shubman Gill scored their respective century and put a double century opening partnership. India after that lost successive wickets Duffy gets 3 wickets. Hardik scored a fine half century but he gets out on the ball of Duffy. In 49 over Kuldeep gets 2 runs on last ball of Duffy over and end his embracing spell 10-0-100-3.
India won the series 3-0
India wins all the three match of the series and gets number 1 ranking in ODIs. Shubman Gill won the player of the series award for his terrific double hundred and hundred in series. Mohammad Siraj also become the number 1 ODIs bowler due his terrific performance in ODIs.
Who is Jacob Duffy
Jacob Duffy (born 2 August 1994) is a New Zealand cricketer who plays for Otago. Duffy made his senior debut in an HRV Cup match in January 2012. He made his international debut for the New Zealand cricket team in December 2020.He took 4 wickets for 33 from his four overs, and was named the player of the in t20 match.
Jacob Duffy International debut
In June 2022, Jacob Duffy was named in New Zealand’s One Day International (ODI) squad for their tour of Ireland. He made his ODI debut on 12 July 2022, for New Zealand against Ireland. Duffy got selected in New Zealand team because of unavailability of senior fast bowlers like boult, Tim Southee and Mat Henry. Boult is unavailable because he didn’t singed central contract for New Zealand , Tim Southee got a break from India tour and Henry was injured.
Jacob Duffy Conceded 100 runs
Duffy become 3rd New Zealand bowler to conceded 100 runs in ODI matches and he also become the 3rd bowler who give more than 100 runs in a ODI match against India.
Most Runs Conceded in An Innings In ODI
Australian cricketer Mick Lewis holds the record for most runs in an innings as he conceded 113 runs in his 10 overs against South Africa at Johannesburg on 12 March 2006.
Wahab Riaz and Rashid Khan are second on the list as they conceded 106 runs against England. Wahab gave runs in Nottingham on 30 August 2016 and Rashid in Manchester on 18 June 2019. Rashid bowled 1 over short.