The trend of hitting six sixes in an over has now become a sensation across the world whether be it in an International arena or Domestic circuit, it’s significant is always on high and a batter always made huge news with it.
It was all started when Yuvraj Singh etched his name into the record books by hitting six successive sixes off Stuart Broad during the inaugural ICC World Twenty20 in South Africa in 2007.
A few days ago, Indian all-rounder, Ravindra Jadeja made headlines for hitting six consecutive sixes in an over in the Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA) inter-district T20 tournament.
Now, another Indian cricketer did the same and caught the attention of everyone – Bhowanipore Club’s Prasenjit Das, on Sunday, smashed six sixes in an over in a Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) first division knockout tie. Das’ unbeaten 96 helped his side Bhowanipore to register a 184-run victory against Netaji Subhas Institute in a First-Division tournament.
The 28-year-old Das hits six successive sixes off seamer Shayan Bhattacharya in the 38th over of the match to led his team to 184 runs victory against NSI.
By Rashmi Nanda