In a week where we saw Mitchell Starc make history with two hat-tricks in one Sheffield Shield match, it's hard to believe he could be outdone.
But a 15-year-old bowler in India has done exactly that, completing the ultimate perfect game by taking 10 wickets while not conceding a single run.
Twenty20 cricket is normally a batsman's game, but Akash Choudhary has completely changed that myth with an incredible performance.
Playing for Disha Cricket Academy against Pearl Academy in Jaipur, Choudhary returned figures of four overs, four maidens, 10 wickets for no runs.
He single-handedly led his side to a 130-run victory, dismissing seven of his victims for 0.
The left-armer snared two wickets in each of his first three overs before taking four in his last - including a hat-trick.
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With six bowled and four LBW, all 10 wickets required absolutely no help from his teammates.
There are no other known instances of a bowler taking all 10 wickets in an innings without conceding a run.
Pretty safe to say he was man of the match.