Te nuinga o Sixes e te kaipatu i roto i te pāeke

in the match of India vs Australia, Record Book get Disturbed by both Teams. India Made 385 Runs Playing First. Rohit Sharma Scored 209 rere, Only 3rd Batsmen in History To Do So. He Hits 16 Massive Sixes in His Double Ton, Breaking World Record Made By Shane Watson (15 sixes) Against Bangladesh. Rohit broke the Indian record previously held by skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who hit 10 sixes in his innings of 183 against Sri Lanka at Jaipur.

The match has produced a world record for most sixes (38) - 19 by India and 19 by Australia, eclipsing the 31 recorded in India-New Zealand ODI at christchurch on March 8, 2009. The match has produced 709 runs for the loss of 16 wickets – the second highest in a match involving India and Australia, next only to the 721 for six at Jaipur on October 16, 2013. Hoki te wā tuatahi, three matches have produced 700-plus in a series in ODIs. here is the List of Most Sixes by a Batsman in an Innings

Most Sixes in An Innings of ODI.

No Player rere 4s 6s Match Ground Date
1 RG Sharma 209 12 16 Ind v Aus Bangalore 2 Nov 2013
2 SR Watson 185* 15 15 Aus v Ban Dhaka 11 Apr 2011
3 Corey J Anderson 131* 6 14 NZ v WI Queenstown 1 Jan 2014
4 XM Marshall 157* 11 12 WI v Can King City 22 Aug 2008
5 ST Jayasuriya 134 11 11 SL v Pak Singapore 2 Apr 1996
6 Shahid Afridi 102 6 11 Pak v SL Nairobi 4 Oct 1996
7 MS Dhoni 183* 15 10 Ind v SL Jaipur 31 Oct 2005
8 MV Boucher 147* 8 10 SA v Zim Potchefstroom 20 Sep 2006
9 ML Hayden 181* 11 10 Aus v NZ Hamilton 20 Feb 2007
10 BB McCullum 166 12 10 NZ v Ire Aberdeen 1 Jul 2008

Te nuinga o Sixes e te kaipatu i roto i te pāeke :

1.RG Sharma

2.SR Watson

Shane Watson
3.Corey J Anderson

CJ Anderson tere 100
4.XM Marshall

XM Marshall
5.ST Jayasuriya

ST Jayasuriya
6.Shahid Afridi

Shahid Afridi
7.MS Dhoni

MS Dhoni
8.MV Boucher

Mark Boucher
9.ML Hayden

10.BB McCullum


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