Yuvraj reveals convo with Flintoff before hitting 6 sixes off Broad

Hitting a six gives a lot of confidence for a batsman especially in T20I cricket because it motivates him to hit more and more in the hope of entertaining the audience. However, in Yuvraj Singh’s case, it was entirely a different story altogether.

Yuvraj reveals convo with Flintoff before hitting 6 sixes off Broad
Yuvraj Singh hits 6 sixes off Stuart Broad after exchanging few words with Flintoff

Taking a trip down the memory lane, a few words exchanged between Andrew Flintoff and Yuvraj Singh during the 21st match of the inaugural ICC World Twenty20 2007 between India and England in Durban.

Flintoff’s words just charged Yuvraj Singh up a bit and the latter went on destroying Stuart Broad at will. He was literally unstoppable and was smashing sixes with such ease. Even as Paul Collingwood tried to help Broad to stop Yuvraj, it was of no avail.

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The sixer king who came out to bat at No.5 and that too in the 17th over smashed 6 sixes in an over and went on to score fastest fifty in T20Is off just 12 deliveries, which will be remembered in the decades to come.

The sensational feat was witnessed 12 years ago on September 19 and even now, the record remains unbroken till date.

since achieved the remarkable feat exactly 12 years ago from today, it is worth mentioning that the record remains unbroken till date.

Before being dismissed on the penultimate delivery of the Indian innings, Yuvraj ended up with 58 (16) with the help of 3 fours and 7 sixes to steer India to a match-winning 218/4 in their allotted quota of 20 overs.

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