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Top 10 Longest Sixes In Cricket

10. MS Dhoni – 112m Six vs Australia

Let’s begin with “Mr cool” MS Dhoni. MS Dhoni is the most successful captain of the Indian Team. One of MSD’s sixes that is memorable and impressive is when he cleared the longest Adelaide Oval boundary while under immense pressure during the 2011-12 Commonwealth Bank Series. It was a breathtaking hit by MSD, with the ball sailing out the boundary for 112 meters Six.

It was the first time Australia had hosted a tri-series since 2007-08, with India, Australia, and Sri Lanka competing. The host nation won the competition, but Dhoni’s six was one of the most amazing moments of that tour. Without any doubt, MSD is one of the most Destructive Six Hitter in the history of cricket.

9. Ijaz Ahmed Longest Six – 115m Six vs England

Ahmed, a former Pakistani Cricketer who played in test matches and ODIs for Pakistan between 1986 to 2001. Ijaz Ahmed was a Right-handed middle-order batsman. He was a sweet timer of the cricket ball as well as a dangerous hitter.

Ijaz Ahmed smashed his career’s biggest hit against England when he smacked the ball out of the ground for 115 meters six. His six is 9th in the list of longest sixes in cricket history.

8. Daniel Christian | Longest Six in Big Bash

1983 born Australian cricketer Daniel Christian is an all-rounder. He represented Australia in 19 one-day internationals and 15 T20 Internationals. Daniel Christian is playing for Hobart Hurricanes in Big Bash League.

His monster six came out in Big Bash League 2015 when he smashed the ball out of the park.

7. Corey Anderson Biggest Six – 122m Six vs India

Corey Anderson had introduced himself by breaking Shahid Afridi’s 18-year-old world record of the fastest ODI century of all time when he smashed his maiden 100 against west indies in just 36 balls.

He hit a ball on the roof of Napier cricket ground for New Zealand against India for 120 meters six. The unlucky bowler was Mohammed Shami.

6. Chris Gayle Longest Six

One of the all-time dangerous hard hitters in cricket history is the big man Chris Gayle. It’s so understandable that Chris Gayle is on the list of batsmen who smashed the longest sixes in cricket history.

Chris Gayle does not need an introduction. We all know his ability to hit the ball out of the ground at any venue. Let’s watch the video above to see his prowess.

5. Shahid Afridi Monster Six vs Andrew Simonds

Boom Boom, LaLa, and Sixer King.  No one in the cricket world is unaware of this master of hitting. He started his career with the fastest fifty in ODI cricket and also the fastest century, which remained the world record for the next 18 years.

Now, he has retired from One Day cricket, but he played some memorable innings and smashed many breathtaking sixes. Shahid Afridi’s hit on the bowling of Andrew Simonds is the 5th Longest six of all time.

4. MS Dhoni Long Six vs New Zealand

MS Dhoni was known as one of the best finishers in cricket history and one of the greatest captains in cricket. In the meantime, he is a power hitter also. MS Dhoni hit a breathtaking six vs. New Zealand; he didn’t even look at the ball once it left his magical bat.

This indeed added to the drama and made his six even more special. India won the match and the series after having won the Test series earlier.

3. Mark Waugh Longest Six in Test Cricket

Stylish and elegant Australian opening batsmen Mark Waugh definitely deserves his place on this list.

This is the only six in this longest sixes list which was made in test cricket. Mark Waugh hit a breathtaking six on the bowling of Daniel Vettori in Perth in 1997.

2. Yuvraj Singh

The sixer king, who has the record of fastest T20 International Fifty (12 Balls) and also has the record for six consecutive sixes in T20i, Yuvraj is known for his big sixes. When he struck a cricket ball with his high back-lift, that is a treat to watch for every cricket fan from all around the globe.

Yuvraj is the most stylish hard hitter in cricket history. He only flicks that ball from Brett Lee, and it went a long way from the boundary line.

1. Shahid Afridi – 158m Six

One of the hard-hitters in cricket, Afridi, has many world records related to big-hitting or scoring with a fast strike rate. He has the world record for most sixes in One Day Internationals.

He also has the record for most sixes in International cricket (test, ODI’s, and t20 combined). But, that sixer was above all. That was indeed a monster. 158 meter? Yes, it was 158 meters long six.

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