It’s 6 (×) 7

6 / 6 / 6 / 6/ 6 nb 6 / 6 = 43 runs in an over!

Maharashtra opening batter Ruturaj Gaikwad was at his most pleasing in the steady Vijay Hazare Trophy quarter-final against Uttar Pradesh and his unbeaten 220-run knock enabled his side to station 330 runs on the board in the assigned fifty overs. However, the best part of his knock came in the penultimate over of the innings as he smashed 43 runs off the bowling of Shiva Singh. In this particular over, Ruturaj Gaikwad hit seven consecutive sixes.

After striking Shiva Singh for 42 runs in an over, Ruturaj tied the record for completing most runs in a single over in the history of the List-A cricket. One run came as a consequence of a no-ball and hence Shiva Singh ended up conceding 43 runs in the 49th over.

Gaikwad is the first performer to hit seven sixes in a single over of List-A cricket, hence the batter formed a world history against Uttar Pradesh.

Related posts

BCCI Shortlists 20 for 2023 World Cup: Reports

India Business Story

Cricket in Europe

India Business Story

Team Bharat Thrashes Lankan Lions

India Business Story