43-year-old Nsubuga set the bowling record in the keep

2 maidens in four overs. With 2 more wickets; Cost is only 4 runs. The T20 World Cup has not witnessed such an event before. That’s what Ugandan 43-year-old cricketer Frank Nsubuga did today. He wrote his name in the history book, made the World Cup a witness to new events.

Uganda won the toss and sent Papua New Guinea into bat at the Providence Stadium in Guyana on Thursday. New Guinea was all out for 77 runs after 5 balls of the innings. In response, Uganda won by 3 wickets. This is their first win in T20 World Cup history.

Nsubuga came to bowl in the ninth over of New Guinea’s innings. The Ugandan right-handed offspinner only conceded 2 runs in that over. After coming to bowl in the 11th over, Nsubuga took the wicket of Charles Amini without giving any runs.

In the 13th over of the innings and his third over, Nsubuga bowled New Guinea’s Hiri Hiri lbw. He took a maiden in that over as well. This offspinner cost 2 runs in his last over after coming back-to-back bowling.

The previous record of keeping bowling in T20 World Cup is also in this World Cup. In the first match of D-Group last Monday against Sri Lanka, South African pacer Enrich Norkia took 4 wickets with 7 runs. Nsubuga broke Norkia’s record after three runs.