Yuvi's 6 sixes!

Last updated on Sep 22, 2007

Posted on Sep 22, 2007

Twenty20 World Cup 2007 for cricket is going on.  And India has reached the semis.  It is against the formidable Aussies.  However, a record was set in the match against England, when Yuvraj hit 6 sixes in one over of Stuart Broad – a fast bowler.  Just before the over, Flintoff made an off-color remark to Yuvraj – which spurred the ruthless massacre of Broad!

It was Yuvraj Singh’s on-field war of words with Andrew Flintoff that spurred the left-hander to unleash his fury and hit Stuart Broad for six consecutive sixes en route to the fastest half century in the Twenty20 World Cup, said India’s cricket manager Lalchand Rajput.
Yuvraj had hit Flintoff for back-to-back fours after which the duo were seen exchanging words. Soon after the incident, Yuvraj hit Broad for six sixes in a row and also hit Flintoff for a maximum before falling in the penultimate delivery of the innings to the all-rounder.

Gone are the days when the Indian youth would take it all lying down.  As shown by Sreesanth’s dance to Nel’s bullying as well!  Here are the 6 sixes!

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