Top 10 Biggest Sixes

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Top 10 Biggest Sixes in Cricket of All Time

10: Ijaz Ahmed

On 1 April 1999, Ijaz Ahmed hit a huge six to Sourav Ganguly during a tense chase by Pakistan against India at the big ground of Mohali. Only 2 sixes were hit in the entire match, both by Ijaz Ahmed.

9: Chris Gayle

As We All Know Chris Gayle Is The One Of Most Dangerous Batsmen In The World. He Hit Sixes Eve In Test Matches. He is the Only 2nd Just Behind Shahid Afridi In All Time Six Hitter In International Cricket.

On 9 May 2010, in World Twenty20 2010 at Bridgetown, Chris Gayle hit a massive six of the back-foot on the bowling of Yusuf Pathan, as West Indian batsmen took Indian bowlers apart. The six was also the biggest six of the entire tournament.

8: MS Dhoni

We Know Him As Captain Cool And One Of Best Finisher In History Of The Game. But He Is Also The Big Hitter.
On 19 January 2014, Corey Anderson from New Zealand threw Shami Ahmed on the roof of Napier during his innings of 68 off 40 balls against India as he announced himself into the International arena.

7: MS Dhoni

One Most Successful Wicket Keeper Batsmen Comes In Action Again On 8 March 2009, MS Dhoni hit an incredible six to Elliot, at Christchurch, when he didn’t even look at the ball after it left his bat. This was during the 3rd ODI of India’s tour to New Zealand in 2009.

6: Corey Anderson

On 10 January 2014, Corey Anderson from New Zealand Threw Indian Fast Bowler Shami Ahmed on the Roof of Napier During his Innings of 68 Runs on 40 Balls against India. As he Announced himself into the International Arena.

5. Chris Gayle

Big Man From West Indies, Deposited One Of Brett Lee’s Ball into Top of Stands. Brett Lee Who Is The 2nd Fastest Bowler In The History Chris Gayle Havn’t Showed respect To his Pace and smocked the Ball Ove The Long On For Huge Six.

4: Mark Waugh

Number 4 on Top 10 Biggest Sixes, Waugh Was Classy, Elegant, Stylish Also Big Hitter Of The Cricket Ball.  On 21 November 1997, Mark Waugh scored a six against Daniel Vettori which is still remembered for its length and height. This was during the 2nd test match of New Zealand’s tour to Australia.

3: Shahid Afridi

Next on Top 10 Biggest Sixes, The Man Who Started T20 Cricket In 1996 With 37 Ball Century. After That He Owned Almost Every Record Related To Aggressive Batting. On 30 January 2005, Shahid Afridi hit Symonds deep into the stands of Perth and hit arguably one of the biggest sixes in Cricket history. The six came during Pakistan’s chase against Australia.

2: Yuvraj Singh

Number 2 on Top 10 Biggest Sixes, Another Stylish Batsmen, One Of My All Time Favorite Hitter. On 22 September 2007, during 2nd semi-final of World Twenty20 2007 at Durban, Yuvraj Singh, with just a flick of his wrists, hit a 120m six to a steaming in Brett Lee. Yuvraj scored 70 off just 30 balls.

1: Shahid Afridi

Next on Top 10 Biggest Sixes, Here Comes All Time Biggest Six. The King Of Sixes, Who Has Most Number Of Sixes In ODI Cricket And Highest Strike Rate. On 17 March 2013, Ryan McLaren bowled Shahid Afridi off a no-ball during the 3rd ODI of Pakistan’s tour to South Africa. Next ball was a free hit and Afridi hit the length ball out of the ground, into the golf course and scored a hole in one.

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Top 10 Biggest Sixes in Cricket of All Time

1: Shahid Afridi
2: Yuvraj Singh
3: Shahid Afridi
4: Mark Waugh
5. Chris Gayle
6: Corey Anderson
7: MS Dhoni
8: MS Dhoni
9: Chris Gayle
10: Ijaz Ahmed

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