Hard-hitter Allrounder Yuvraj Singh recalls the incident When the father of Stuart Broad came to Yuvraj Singh for a talk. When He hit six consecutive sixes in an over of Stuart Broad in T20 World cup 2007. Yuvraj Singh set the trademark of India in the T20 World cup after hitting six consecutive sixes in an over. After engaging in a verbal altercation with Andrew Flintoff, Yuvraj Singh hit six consecutive sixes in an over of Stuart Broad.
Before the T20 world cup 2007, Team India went to England for a tour. In one of the ODIs of the tour, England batsman Dimitri Mascarenhas smashed five sixes in an over of Yuvraj Singh. 5 sixes against Yuvrai video:
Although, Yuvraj Singh got the chance of revenge against England When Andrew Flintoff used abusive words against him. During the podcast show of BBC, Yuvraj Singh said, “I was just happy the six sixes came against England because I got hit for five sixes by Dimitri Mascarenhas a few weeks earlier in an ODI.”
“When I hit the sixth six, obviously the first look was at Freddie but the second look was at Dimitri, who gave me a smile,” He added. Yuvraj 6 sixes video:
After hitting the sixes against England, Stuart Broad’s father Chris Broad who is a match referee came to him. And He talked to Yuvraj about ending his son’s career. “His dad came up to me the next day. He said ‘you almost finished my son’s career. And now you need to sign a shirt for him,” further said Yuvi.
“So I gave my India jersey. And wrote a message for Stuart saying, ‘I have been hit for five sixes, so I know how it feels. For the future of England cricket, all the best’,” Yuvi said. After this nightmare, Stuart Broad climbed up in his international career. Now, He is one of the most successful bowlers of England. He and his crime partner James Anderson are one of the most successful and dangerous duos in tests. Yuvi further said about Stuart Broad, “Stuart is one of the best bowlers in the world now. I don’t think any bowler from India could get hit for six sixes in an over and then have such a fantastic career.”