Kieron Pollard’s stormy innings spread panic, 6 six out of 6 in T20 International

Antiga: West Indies batsman Kieron Pollard was all the rage, hitting 6 six on 6 balls in the T20 opener against Sri Lanka. Kieron Pollard blew up Sri Lankan bowlers in his storm. In this T20 match played at Antiga, Kieron Pollard played an explosive round of 38 runs on 11 balls.

Pollard’s quick sleeves

Kieron Pollard’s 6 innings included 6 sixes, which he hit similarly. Kieron Pollard blew up Sri Lankan bowler Akila Dhananjay’s bowling alley and hit 6 sixes with 6 balls. Meanwhile, Kieron Pollard’s strike rate was close to 350.

Pollard’s 6 * 6

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– AlreadyGotBanned (@KirketVideoss) March 4, 2021

Beast Power Kieron Pollard hits Akila Dhananjaya for Six Sixes in a single by hitting some incredible shots in the park. Enjoy the ride. # Mumbai #mumbaiindians @ mipaltan # WIvSL #Pollard #Sixers #ViralVideo

– Epitomethinker (@Epitomethinker) March 4, 2021

Absolute Scenes @ KieronPollard55 ​​becomes the first @windiescricket player to hit six consecutive sixes in a T20I! #WIvSL

– ICC (@ICC) March 4, 2021

Yuvraj’s record is equal to

Kieron Pollard tied Yuvraj Singh’s world record with six sixes in an Akila Dhananjay over. Yuvraj Singh hit 6 six on Steward Broad’s 6th ball against England in the 2007 T20 World Cup.

Hit six six in a row

The world record for hitting six sixes out of six balls in T20 international cricket is now jointly named by Yuvraj Singh and Kieron Pollard. Kieron Pollard has hit six straight sixes. Pollard tied that record 14 years after Yuvraj Singh hit six sixes in T20 International.

The third player to do so in international cricket

With this, Kieron Pollard became the third player to hit 6 six in 6 ball in international cricket. Former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh was the first to score six six in one more at T20 international cricket. Ahead of Yuvraj, Herschelle Gibbs of South Africa hit 6 six for 6 balls in one over Dutch bowler Dan van Bunge at the 2007 ODI World Cup. Thanks to Kieron Pollard, host West Indies has won the first T20 International match by four wickets. With the victory, the West Indies took a 1-0 lead in the series.

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