Aritharan Vaseekaran smashes six sixes in an over within the ECS T10 Krefeld

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Bayer Uerdingen Booster (BUB) batsman Aritharan Vaseekaran achieved a particular feat on Friday as he smashed six sixes in an over towards Koln Challengers (KC) in Match 17 of the continuing European Cricket Collection (ECS) T10 Krefeld.

The occasion occurred within the fifth over when Ayush Sharma desperately tried to comprise Vaseekaran however failed miserably in all his makes an attempt. Sharma first bowled a full supply which the 34-year-old slogged over mid-wicket for a six. A surprised Sharma then pitched a again of a size supply however was hit over sq. leg boundary for a most.

Sharma subsequent focused the stumps, however Vaseekaran danced down the observe to smoke a towering six over deep mid-wicket. With an intent to choose up a wicket, Sharma bowled a juicy half volley which Vaseekaran flicked over sq. leg. Vaseekaran didn’t spare Sharma for the remaining two deliveries as he slammed two big sixes, leaving the latter begging for mercy.

Vaseekaran scored a scintillating 61 off 25 deliveries laced with three boundaries and 7 sixes. With the assistance of his knock, BUB posted 115/8 on board of their allotted ten overs.

In response, KC may solely handle a paltry 63/6 as Pakee Praba, and Thinesh Rajakulasingam raided their ranks to bag two wickets every. Vaseekaran additionally proved his mettle with the ball by sending lower-order batsman Srinivas Nareshkumar again to the pavilion in his solitary over.

Thus, Vaseekaran was awarded the ‘Participant of the Match’ for his all-round efficiency.

BUB have occupied the fourth place after this win with 4 factors, only a spot forward of KC.

In the meantime, in worldwide cricket, Yuvraj Singh (India) and Herschelle Gibbs (South Africa) are the one two batsmen to hit 6 sixes in 6 balls. Yuvi smoked six towering sixes off England pacer Stuart Broad within the 2007 T20 World Cup, whereas Gibbs tore aside Dutchman Daan Van Bunge through the 2007 ICC World Cup within the West Indies.