Leo Carter, mark his name in the list of hitting six sixes in an over
Newzealand’s home series of T20 matches super smash is going on. There is a match between the Northern Knights and Canterbury Kings today. Northern Knights won the toss and elected to bat first.
Northern Knights players set a mammoth target of 220 runs in front of Canterbury Kings. Knights batsman Tim Seifert scored 74 runs in 36 balls and Dean Brownlie scored 55 in 29 balls. There was a cameo played later in the innings by Brett Hampton of 22 runs in 12 balls. Which gets Northern to a 219/7 (20).
In chasing down that huge target, Canterbury gets to the flier and scored 69/1 in the first 6 overs. Canterbury was steadily marching towards the chase but the required run-rate pressure gets there batsmen in a bit trouble.
36 off an over! 😲
Leo Carter hit 6 sixes in a row and the @CanterburyCrick Kings have pulled off the huge chase of 220 with 7 balls to spare at Hagley Oval! 👏
— Dream11 Super Smash (@SuperSmashNZ) January 5, 2020
When Leo carter comes to bat, Canterbury was 3 down at the score of 104 in 10.1 overs. Northern Knights were the firm favorites here. But Leo Carter has other plans. In the 16th over of the match, Leo Crater has hit six sixes against Anton Devcich. And turned the match single-handedly in the favor of Canterbury Kings.
After that Canterbury easily chased down the mammoth.
List of players who hit six sixes in an over
1.LEO CARTER(Canterbury Kings)
Bowler-Anton Devcich (Northern Knights)
Super Smash T20(2019)
2.Hazaratullah Zazai(Kabul Zwanan)
Bowler-Abdulla Mazari(Balkh Legends)
Afghanistan Premier League(2018)
3.Alex Hales (Nottinghamshire)
Bowler-Boyd Rankin (Warwickshire)
NatWest T20 Series(2015)
4.Yuvraj Singh (India)
Bowler- Stuart Broad (England)
ICC T20 World Cup (2007)
5.Herschelle Gibbs(South Africa)
Bowler-Daan Van Bunge (Netherlands)
ICC ODI World Cup (2007)
6.Ravi Shastri (Bombay)
Bowler-Tilak Raj (Baroda)
Ranji trophy (1985)
7.Sir Gary Sobers (Nottinghamshire)
Bowler- Malcolm Nash (Glamorgan)
First-class match (1968)