Biggest sixes of T20 Worldcup 2016
The 2016th edition of T20 worldcup is already in action in India from March 8th and keeping in view the circumstances fans are expecting a rain of sixes. One might ask that why sixes are so much important, the answer is very much simple because we are talking about the T20 worldcup- a format trademarked for a shot up and over the boundary ropes. In recent years cricketing techniques and trends have changed a lot and so have the fans. Now today’s games are incomplete without a dozen of skyscraping massive sixes landing in fans’ hands at the back rows of stadia.
Speaking of the biggest sixes of T20 Worldcup 2016, there are a huge number of players who can run the show on their day. Today’s teams are full of the players having the capability to knock any ball out of the ground for a maximum. A few years back it was rare to see more than three or four sixes hit in an ODI game however with the change in games’ format a lot of quickness has come in the batting style as well. Most interestingly the development in technology has bring some pleasant changes in game’s way of viewing as well. Though today’s sixes no matter how far they travel, still award the player only six runs but the way of measuring their distance has made them more strived for.
Not the biggest sixes of T20 Worldcup 2016 but the record of hitting most sixes in T20 internationals in currently held by the former New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum. The aggressive Kiwi batsman who recently announced his retirement from international cricket has hit 91 sixes in 70 innings played followed by Chris Gayle with 87. The West Indian opener has the real chance of claiming the record of most sixes in T20s however the answer as to the biggest sixes of T20 Worldcup 2016 requires a little patience.
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