West Indies versus Sri Lanka: Kieron Pollard turned into the third part in worldwide cricket to hit six sixes in an over.
Sri Lanka spinner Akila Dananjaya would have been happy to the point bursting having guaranteed a splendid cap stunt in the principal T20 International (T20I) against West Indies in Antigua. Be that as it may, his fortunes turned rapidly, as the hosts’ commander Kieron Pollard crushed him for six sixes off his next over in quite possibly the most sensational U-turns in cricket. Pollard turned out to be just the subsequent batsman to accomplish the accomplishment in T20Is and the third in worldwide cricket. While Herschelle Gibbs was the first to do it in an ODI against Netherlands, Yuvraj Singh had crushed England’s Stuart Broad for six maximums in the 2007 T20 World Cup.
With West Indies looking quick so far at 52/0 in 3.1 overs, Dananjaya excused Evin Lewis, Chris Gayle and Nicholas Pooran in progressive conveyances to slow down West Indies’ energy.
In any case, as he returned to astound the 6th, West Indies skipper Kieron Pollard scammed him.
The primary conveyance of the over vanished over cow corner. The second was controlled directly to the sight-screen. Pollard focused on long-off on the third conveyance and dove over deep midwicket for the fourth.
He crushed a half-tracker over long on the fifth conveyance and dove over deep midwicket again to finish the six sixes.
Pollard was caught leg-before the following over, yet the harm was done and West Indies pursued down the 132-run focus with four wickets and in excess of six overs to save.