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- Yuvraj Singh T20 World 6 Sixes Record Break By Ramesh Satheesan Romania & Mirza Ahsan Austria Yuvraj Singh News Updates
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Yuvraj Singh, the sixer king of the cricket world, hit 6 sixes in an over in the 2007 T20 World Cup. Along with this, he had also hit fifty with a strike rate of 362.50. This was a world record, which has been broken twice in the last 3 years. This time the Romanian cricketer Ramesh Satisan broke. He scored a half-century against Serbia on Saturday at a strike rate of 373.33 and led the team to victory.
Yuvi’s record was first broken on 31 August 2019 by Mirza Ahsan of Austria. Then he scored an unbeaten 51 against Luxembourg at a strike rate of 364.28. Satisan has reached the top in terms of scoring 50+ runs at the highest strike rate in the world. Mirza is second and Yuvraj is at number three.
Ramesh scored 56 runs in 15 balls.
The T20 tournament is being played in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. In a match on Saturday, Serbia scored 115 runs for the first 7 wickets. In reply, Romania’s team won the match by scoring 116 runs in 5.4 overs without losing a wicket. For the team, Taranjit Singh scored 57 off 19 balls and Ramesh Satisan scored an unbeaten 56 off 15 balls. Taranjit’s strike rate was 300.
Yuvraj’s record of Fifty in 12 balls still unbroken
All-rounder Yuvraj Singh made the record against England in the T20 World Cup on 19 September 2007. Yuvi had hit a fifty off 12 balls. This record is still unbroken. Yuvraj scored 56 runs in 16 balls in this match. During this, 6 sixes were also hit in one over by fast bowler Stuart Broad. Yuvi had hit 7 sixes and 3 fours in the match.