New Delhi: West Indies explosive batsman Kieron Pollard has equaled Yuvraj Singh’s 14-year-old world record by hitting 6 sixes off 6 balls in the first T20 match against Sri Lanka. After this stormy innings of Pollard, now Yuvraj Singh has given his reaction.
Pollard reached Yuvraj’s world record
Kieron Pollard reached the world record of Yuvraj Singh, hitting six sixes in an over from Sri Lankan spinner Akila Dhananjay. Yuvraj Singh hit 6 sixes off Steward Broad’s 6 ball against England in the 2007 T20 World Cup.
Yuvraj gave this reaction
The world record of hitting six sixes off six balls in T20 International cricket is now jointly named by Yuvraj Singh and Kieron Pollard. Yuvraj Singh tweeted on Pollard’s record of 6 sixes off 6 balls, writing, ‘Welcome Pollard to the club of 6 sixes’.
– Yuvraj Singh (@ YUVSTRONG12) March 4, 2021
Explain that Pollard played an explosive innings of 38 runs off 11 balls. Kieron Pollard hit 6 sixes off 6 balls of Sri Lankan bowler Akila Dhananjay. Interestingly, he dismissed Evin Lewis, Chris Gayle and Nicholas Pooran for three consecutive balls. But Pollard set his color as soon as he landed.
Pollard’s 6 * 6
– AlreadyGotBanned (@KirketVideoss) March 4, 2021
In the sixth over of the innings, Pollard hit 6 sixes. He eventually returned after scoring 38 runs in 11 balls. Dhananjay took a hat-trick in his last over before eating six consecutive sixes, but after that Pollard landed at the crease and attacked the Sri Lankan spinner.