It was a day that New Zealand pacer Tim Southee won't forget for the rest of his life for sure as the Indian batsmen scored a century off his bowling.
The 20-year-old was smashed for 105 runs off his 10 overs as India ended up with a mammoth 392 for four in their 50 overs during the third One-Day International in Wellington on Sunday.
Southee thus became only the third bowler in ODI history to concede 100 or more runs in a match.
The following table lists worst bowling performances in a ODI:
|113-0||10||ML Lewis (Aus)||SA||Johannesburg||2005-06|
|105-2||12||MC Snedden (NZ)||Eng||The Oval||1983|
|105-0||10||TG Southee (NZ)||Ind||Christchurch||2008-09|
|99-0||10||M Muralitharan (SL)||Aus||Sydney||2005-06|
|97-1||10||ALF de Mel (SL)||WI||Karachi||1987-88|
|97-0||10||SJ Harmison (Eng)||SL||Leeds||2006|