Top 10 Longest Sixes in Cricket History: Unforgettable Hits from Cricket Legends

Top 10 Longest Sixes in Cricket History: Unforgettable Hits from Cricket Legends

In today’s We will get to know about the top 10 longest sixes in cricket history. As we all know hitting a six in the match is not a small thing and hitting one after one in sequence is not an easy task for any batsman. We all remember the legendary 6 sixes in an over by Yuvraj Singh in the 2007 T20 World Cup. Shahid Afridi holds the record for the longest six in the world of cricket history. Also, how can we forget the last six of the MS Dhoni 2011 World Cup.

 

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Top 10 Longest Sixes in Cricket History

As we all know cricketer or batsman Shahid Afridi holds the record of hitting the longest six in cricket history. He hit a legendary 153m six against South Africa in 2013. In the following list below cricketers are ranked according to their Length of sixes.

1. Shahid Afridi :  153 m From Pakistan against South Africa 2013

2. Brett Lee :143 m from Australia against West Indies 2005

3. Martin Guptill : 127 m from New Zealand against South Africa 2012

4. Liam Livingstone: 122 m from England against Pakistan 2021

5. Corey Anderson: 122 from New Zealand against India 2014

6. Mark Waugh: 120 m from Australia against  New Zealand 1997

7. Yuvraj Singh :119 from India against Australia 2007

8. MS Dhoni: 118 m from India against New Zealand 2009

9 .Shahid Afridi: 118 from Pakistan Against Australia 2005

10. Chris Gayle: 116 m From West Indies against  India 2010

 

 

 

1. Shahid Afridi

Shahid Afridi

He hit the 153 metres six vs. South African 2013 and 118m six against Australia in 2005. The longest six in world cricket history was hit by the former cricketer, batsman, and captain of Pakistan, Shahid Afridi. He hit 153 m six and made it, The world’s worlds biggest six in cricket history.

 

 

2. Brett Lee 

Brett Lee

He hit the 130-metre-long six against West Indies in 2005 and also he is one of the best fastest bowlers in the world and famous for his bowling skills. In the year 2005, when he hit the six The ball went out of the Stadium and fell into the practice nets behind the stadium, he always made the audience cheer with his sixes.

 

 

3. Martin Guptill 

Martin Guptill 

He hit the 127-meter-long six against South Africa in 2012. He hit a 127-metre six in the T20I. He hit a 127-meter six in a T20I vs. Lonwabo Tsotsobe of South Africa and also went off the mid-wicket boundary so hard that it smashed the roof of the stadium before it came down to the ground.

 

 

4. Liam Livingstone 

Liam Livingstone 

He hit 122 meters six against Pakistan in 2021 also he is known for his power hitting in matches. He hit this six against Haris Rauf during England vs. Pakistan 2nd T20I at Headingley 2021 and This hit has been recognized as one of the biggest six in cricket history in international cricket.

 

 

5. Corey Anderson

Corey Anderson

He hit 122 metres long six against India in 2014. He comes from the team of New Zealand and is famous for his sixes in international matches. During the first ODI match against India in 2014, he hit the ball by  Mohammed Shami at a 122-metre six and it was made to be one of the biggest sixes in cricket history. And he proved himself that he is a hard hitter on the ground.

 

 

6. Mark Waugh 

He hit the 120-meter-long six against New Zealand in 1997.He is one of the most underrated cricketers in the Australian team and is not much known for his big hits.

 

 

7. Yuvraj Singh 

He hit 119 meters long six against Australia in 2007 and is also known as Yuvi by the cricket fans. He is one of the best stroke-masters in the cricket family. Yuvraj hit a six against Brett  Lee’s 119-metre-long six during India vs Australia semi-final of the 2007 T20 World Cup.

 

 

8. MS Dhoni 

The former captain and cricketer of the Indian team, he hit a 118-meter-long six against New Zealand in 2009. He is always known for being calm Under pressure also he is Known to be one of the best match finishers. MS Dhoni is good for Cricket fans even after his retirement fans want him to play in the T20I and World Cup. He is the man who can win the match even standing behind the stumps.

 

 

9. Shahid Afridi 

When it comes to The Longest sixes, he secured two ranks alone in the list. In 2005 he hit 118m six against Australia and secured 9th Rank in the list. Afridi is known for His batting performance On the ground.

 

 

10. Chris Gayle 

He hit 116 metres long six against India in 2010. He doesn’t need any introduction. He is a destructive machine when he plays on the ground. Chris Gayle hit a 116-metre six against Yusuf Pathan which went straight out of the Kensington Oval stadium. It takes much arm strength to hit the ball to the boundary or out of the boundary. This is the combination of power delivery, Technique, and focus. It takes a lot of practice to hit a six which is remembered for years after the Match. Sometimes six can make you lose or win the match. In the match, a six is as important as a single run. Also, One Six can make the fans cheer in the Stadium.

 

Conclusion:-

Hitting sixes in ODI cricket is a very important aspect of the sport, and players Like Shahid Afridi, MS Dhoni, Chris Gayle, and others. These players entertained fans all around the world with their ability to send the ball over the boundary as well as the stadium. The legacy of hitting sixes As the game continues, many new talents are rising to challenge these records, but we all know the legacy of these six-hitting legends will be the same for many more years.

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