Former Indian Cricket Team batsman Yuvraj Singh entered record book history by hitting six sixes in an over during India vs England ICC T20 Cricket World Cup 2007 match. This Group E game was held on Sept 19, 2007, at Kingsmead Stadium, Durban, South Africa. Yuvraj Singh scored 58 runs from 16 balls in this match before he fell prey to Andrew Flintoff. India won this match against England by 18 runs. Meanwhile, let us have a look at the tweet posted by BCCI where they recall this day when Yuvi had hit six sixes in a row and created a new record. Yuvraj Singh's Case an Exception as COA Refuse to Allow Any Other Indian Cricketer to Play in Foreign T20 Leagues.
Indian Cricket Team skipper MS Dhoni won the toss and elected to bat first in that match against England. Apart from Yuvraj's fine knock, Gautam Gambhir and Virender Sehwag played a handy knock of 58 and 68 runs respectively to give India a strong start. India posted a total of 218/4 in that match, in reply England team managed to make 200 runs with the loss of 6 wickets. Yuvraj Singh smashed six sixes in a row to English pacer Stuart Broad.
BCCI Shares Memory of Yuvraj's Record Against England in ICC T20 World Cup 2007
— BCCI (@BCCI) September 19, 2019
Yuvraj Singh Smashes Six Sixes in a Row
Irfan Pathan was the pick of the bowler for India in this game as he bagged three wickets by just giving away 37 runs. Yuvraj Singh was adjudged Man of the Match for his blistering knock of 58 runs from 16 balls. India went on to win ICC T20 World Cup 2007 under the captaincy of MS Dhoni. This was the 1st edition of ICC T20 World Cup held at South Africa.