WATCH: Yuvraj Singh watches video of his Six 6s feat with son, shares video

Yuvraj Singh hit English fast bowler Stuart Broad for six consecutive sixes in 2007 T20 World Cup.

Abhishek SandikarAuthor

Updated - 19 September 2022 01:09 PM


Fifteen years ago, Indian batter Yuvraj Singh created history as he smashed English fast bowler Stuart Broad for six consecutive sixes in an over and gave Indian cricket one of its most iconic moments to cherish. 

But one of the best posts about the magnificent feat came from the man himself as he shared a heartfelt video. The former Mumbai Indians player posted a clip on Twitter where he was seen watching the highlights of the game with his son. The post was captioned, "Couldn’t have found a better partner to watch this together with after 15 years," Singh tweeted.

Talking about the incident in 2021, Singh addressed how he wanted to achieve this goal as England all-rounder Dimitri Mascarenhas had smashed him for five sixes in an over in an ODI match a few months back. While speaking to TOI, he said, “The good thing was that the monkey was off my back because two weeks before that match, I got hit for five sixes in an ODI match vs England. I had bowled the 50th over.

Getting hit for five sixes and then hitting sixes was a big relief doing against the same country (England). The monkey was off my back, and it is obviously one of the greatest memories, I realised the importance of that memory over the years because every time September 19 comes, people start celebrating that moment. It is one of the historic moments of my career, and I will always cherish that,” he added.


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