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Worst Cricket Innings Ever


Standing out there, waiting to face, can be a lonely experience. The light is dimming, you're surrounded by sledging fielders and the bowler is beginning his long, long run-up with a glint in his eye.

We've all had our moments of despair, but few can compete with this 2-ball innings by an as-yet-unknown English club cricketer. We won't ruin it by telling you what happened: suffice to say that even Phil Tufnell would be pretty disappointed with this, as everything that can go wrong, does, while his rather unsympathetic teammates stand and laugh. It's a cruel game. But it's extremely funny too.

[via New Zealand Herald]



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