Maximum six hited by batsmans in international cricket

Maximum six hited by batsmans in international cricket

Maximum six hited by batsmans in international cricket.

People enjoy cricket when More six and fours are hited by batsmans.

There are many players who hited best six in Any format.

We see many time maximum six in T20 international Cricket.

But In ODI format sometimes we see maximum six hited by batsmans.

We also see many fours in ODI as well as in T20 format.

Tillakaratne dilshan was Hited six fours in one over against Australia.

This record of dilshan was made in the over of Michael Johnson.

Indian batsmans Yuvraj Singh also hited six sixes in one over.

Maximum six hited by batsmans in international cricket

At this time we are talk about the batsmans who hited maximum six.

There are three batsmans who comes in this list.

This all three are came from different countries.

So let’s begin to see which players comes in this list.

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Maximum six hited by batsmans in international cricket

Maximum six hited by batsmans
Shahid Afridi

 1 :  Shahid Afridi is came at first number in this list.

He was Captain of team Pakistan in world cup 2011.

Shahid Afridi is played 523 Matches of all three formats.

He hited 476 six in this Matches which mentioned Above.

Maximum six hited by batsmans
Chris Gayle

2 :  Chris Gayle is came at second number in this list.

He is one of the great opening batsman of team west Indies.

Chris Gayle is played 434 matches of all three formats.

He hited 465 six in this Matches which mentioned above.

maximum six hited by batsmans
Brendan macullum

3 :  Brendan macullum is came at third number in this list.

He was one of the good batsman of team new Zealand.

Brendan macullum is played 432 Matches of all three formats.

He hited 398 six in this Matches which mentioned above.

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