West Indies batsman Kieron Pollard hit six sixes in a single over against Sri Lanka in the first T20I match of the series (T20I WI vs SL) on Wednesday. He is the third batsman who hit six sixes in an over in international cricket. Earlier, Herschelle Gibbs had done the 2007 World Cup and Yuvraj Singh had also done the first World T20 in 2007. Sri Lanka scored 131 runs for nine wickets in 20 overs after being invited to bat first. In response, the West Indies won the match by scoring 134 runs for 6 wickets in 13.1 overs.
This is how Pollard hit six sixes in an over
5.1 Dhananjay Pollard – Pollard sits on one knee and hits the length ball over long on. However, the voice of Catch It once also came. But the ball went outside the boundary line.
5.2 To Dhananjay Pollard – Another six – Pollard hits a straight ball to the sightscreen. Dhananjay strikes the bat straight with a full length ball.
5.3 Dhananjay Pollard – a trio of six – another full length ball, but a little bit outside. But Pollard did not mind it. He hit the ball over the long off. Pollard does not care about Dhananjay’s hattrick.
5.4 Dhananjay Pollard – Sixth four- For Akila Dhananjay, today was a very strange day. He took a hat-trick in the first over and he was attacked so aggressively in the very next over. This ball length ball Pollard slogged him over mid-wicket. Pollard hits the ball with the spin.
5.5 Dhananjay Pollard – Another Six- Pollard’s superb punch- Pollard hit his fifth consecutive six in the over. Length ball outside off stump. Pollard hit it directly above Boller’s head.
5.6 to Dhananjay Pollard- This time round the wicket. Will luck change? No, yes. Pollard hit six sixes in a single over. Yuvraj Singh got the company. Dhananjay bowled a fast ball on the pad. Pollard easily hit him over midwicket. Pollard accepted the greetings of his teammates.