A look at the longest sixes in the T20 World Cup 2022 so far
Raining Sixes at the T20 WC
A perfect Super 12 league nears its end with the final four still not decided. It has been an intriguing campaign on that note presenting to you some of the humongous stunning strikes so far in this edition.
1st on the list is Junaid Siddique’s humongous 109-meter six against Sri Lanka’s Dushmantha Chameera in the tournament qualifiers. UAE suffered a miserable battle in the run to the Super 12.
Iftikhar Ahmad has been absolutely great for Pakistan when the likes of their great Babar Azam and Md. Rizwan have failed so far. He comes at No. 2 for his 106-meter six against the Protea’s Ngidi.
Odean Smith, the big Caribbean bowler also comes into the list with a 106-meter strike against Ireland. The two-time World champion WI failed to make it to the Super 12.
David Miller’s heroics against India gave SA an edge over the mighty Indian side, a six of 104-meters against Ravi Ashwin features on the list which came during his match-winning knock.
The WI all-rounder Rovman Powell’s strike of 104 meters stunned the Zimbabwean team and his fellow mate at the non-striker’s end during the qualification match.
The big man Mitchell Marsh hit Irish bowler Fionn Hand for a high 102 meters six in the seventh over of their Super 12 Group 1 clash and made a cut into the list of giant strikes.
Australian skipper Aaron Finch also finds a place with his 102 meters long six against the lethal Kiwi bowler Trent Boult, which sailed over the cow-corner.
The most impressive man for New Zealand in the campaign so far, Glenn Phillips has not just scored but has scored in style, with a powerful smash off Adil Rashid in the 14th over landed 100 meters far.