Historic Win 

For the first time in history, Zimbabwe registered a win against Australia in Australia. Zimbabwe defeated the Baggy Greens in 3rd ODI by three wickets. 

Zimbabwe's Hero

Leg-spinner Ryan Burl was the protagonist behind Zimbabwe's win, He bagged five wickets and created a world record. 

Burl created history by bagging five wickets in least number of deliveries. He picked five scalps in just 18 balls against Australia.

World Record 

Ryan Burl broke former West Indies fast bowler Courtney Walsh's record, who took 27 deliveries to bag five wickets against Sri Lanka.

Courtney Walsh

India's Stuart Binny is also part of this list. He took 28 balls to bag a five-for against Bangladesh.

Stuart Binny

Robin Singh is another Indian on this list. He bagged five wickets in five overs against Sri Lanka in 1997. 

Robin Singh

Former England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff is fifth on this list. In 2009, the right-arm pacer bagged five wickets in as many overs against West Indies. 

Andrew Flintoff 

On the back of Burl's sensational spell of bowling, Australia were bundled out for just 141 runs in 31 overs.

Australia 141 all out

Despite winning the last game of the series, Zimbabwe ended up losing the three-match ODI series 1-2. 

Australia won series 2-1

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