Some matches make a bowler’s career while some ruin his career forever. Exactly, like that happened with Australia’s Mick Lewis who once conceded 113 runs in his quota of 10 overs and never played international cricket again.
While playing his seventh match against South Africa on March 12, 2006 at Johannesburg the Australian pacer registered figures of 10-0-113-0 as South Africa chased down Australia's mammoth score of 434. It was a nail biting match that witnessed 87 fours and 26 sixes.
Herschelle Gibbs of South Africa was on fire that day and he scored individual 175 in the match. Although, he was dropped twice on Lewis' bowling. Both teams combined score was 872 runs that is still the highest match aggregate in ODI history.
Notwithstanding, he lost his touch during one of the ODIs against India in 2009, going for 105 runs in his share of 10 overs. The Indian batting lineup, riding on Sachin Tendulkar's 163, piled up a gigantic 392 on the board.
Southee looked uniquely sluggish, taking care of full conveyances to the batsmen, who rushed to excuse them to the leg side. The short limits in New Zealand further helped the Indian batting's motivation.