Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Yuvraj Singh Six 6s

Yuvraj Singh Six 6s

Six No.1 - India batsman Yuvraj Singh hits a six off England\'s pacer Stuart Broad in the ICC World Twenty20 match at the Kingsmead Cricket Stadium in Durban, 19 September 2007.


Six No.2 - Singh is pictured sending the second delivery over the park. India won the toss and decided to bat first against England, setting a target of 218-4 in 20 overs.


Six No.3 - He smashes a third consecutive six sending the audience into a tizzy and crackling up the atmosphere and excitement in the field.


Six No.4 - He does it again in the fourth delivery and both the crowd and Singh want more.


Six No.5 - He slams a huge one with number five as MS Dhoni could only watch from the non-strikers end.


Six No.6 - And off the park it goes! He later mentions having butterflies in his stomach before hitting the sixth six. He said: "I knew that if I managed to hit it for a six it would be very special. It was a great feeling when I saw the ball go over the boundary."



He brought up his half-century off only 16 balls to defeat England by 18 runs and stay in contention for the semi-finals in the ICC World Twenty20.


Singh (R) smiles as he is greeted by England\'s fast bowler Stuart Broad who he hit for six sixes in an over. He hit the second highest number of sixes in the tournament (12 in six matches).


India\'s Yuvraj Singh (C) receives congratulations from England\'s Andrew Flintoff [R]. He was awarded with the ICC Twenty20 International Performance of the Year at the LG ICC Awards 2008 for his feat.


Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh poses with his award at LG ICC Awards 2008 in Dubai on September 10, 2008.



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