Jammu and Kashmir's Mohammed Mudhasir becomes the first player in Ranji Trophy cricket to claim four LBW's in four balls in the clash against Rajasthan. He is the second player to claim four wickets in four balls, but the first to claim four LBWs in a row.
It was Shankar Saini who was the first person to achieve the feat in 1988, when he played for Delhi in a match against Himachal Pradesh.
His stunning feat came on the second day of the match, claiming wickets of Chetan Bist, Tajinder Singh, Rahul Chahar and Tanvir Mashart Ul-Haq.
Rajasthan began the second day from 300/3 but slumped to 379 all out, courtesy a stunning hat-trick by the 30-year-old pacer, who returned with fine figures of 5/90.
First the pacer dismissed Bist and later accounted for the wickets of Tajinder Singh Dhillon, Rahul Chahar and T M Haq, as Rajasthan slumped from 4/329 to 8/330.
On Friday, Mudhasir was ably supported by Rohit Sharma (2/69), while Umar Nazir had grabbed two wickets while skipper Parvez Rasool picked a wicket yesterday.
For J&K, Rasool played a handy knock of 47, while Shubham Khajuria and Paras Sharma chipped in with identical scores of 40.
After Bist's heroics (159) with the bat, Rajasthan bowlers reduced Jammu and Kashmir to 186/7 at stumps on day 2, with the visitors trailing by 193 runs at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium.
(With PTI Inputs)