Players with the most number of sixes in T20 World Cup history
When it comes to power-hitting dominance none has passed the WI legend, Chris Gayle so goes in this list as well. The universe boss leads the chart with a whopping 63 sixes in 33 matches.
Indian skipper Rohit Sharma stands second way behind with 35 sixes in 36 innings, besides holding the honor of featuring in every edition of the game up until the ongoing world cup in Australia.
The angry man and 2007 world cup star Yuvraj Singh settle at third with 33 maximums in 31 innings up until his last encounter in the 2016 edition which was played in India.
The Australian allrounder Shane Watson has an impressive cricketing career across the format and so was known for his striking ability, he features at no 4 with 31 sixes in 24 innings.
Another Australian veteran, David Warner stands right beside his fellow countrymen with 31 although have taken 8 more matches to accomplish the feat.
AB de Villiers
Superman of the World Cricket, protean G.O.A.T AB de Villiers also founds a spot in the list of the elite with 30 maximums in the entire edition of the game in as many matches.
King Kohli has his spot in every sphere and section of the game, not known much for his six-hitting abilities, still features among big hitters with 26 sixes in 24 innings.
England skipper Jos Butler stands right next to Kohli with the same number of sixes, 26 playing an inning less, up until this edition of the game.
Mahela Jayawardene and DJ Bravo
Two world cup winning legends at the bottom of the list, DJ Bravo and Mahela Jayawardene have smashed 25 sixes each by featuring in 34 and 31 matches for their team to date.