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The west Indian hard hitter batsman Kieron Pollard hits six sixes in an over against Akila Dananjaya in the first T20

In the first T20 where West Indies are 4 wickets down in only 64 runs, after just falling the 4th wicket Kieron Pollard hits six 6s in the over of Akila Dananjaya, who just take a hat-trick in his previous over and did the Yuvraj Singh act again.

4th March in the first T20 where Srilankan batsman struggling to get runs then the opener Niroshan Dickwella and Pathun Nissanka’s 30+ scores some hoe kept Srilanka in the game, but just after starting the West Indies innings they put back the Srilankan team with a good opening partnership. Then the Srilankan bowler Akila Dananjaya came and take a hat-trick and turn on the game for the Srilankans. Then the next over of Akila Dananjaya the Yuvraj Singh act happened.

How it’s happened ball by ball description

Ball 1: In the very fast ball of that over Pollard hits a six over long-on. He was ready to pick up that ball quickly and hits it over long-on for a maximum.

Ball 2: In the very next ball Dananjaya Bowl a very full ball at the stumps and Pollard hits it for a six in to the sight screen.

Ball 3: Pollard hit a six again and make it a hat-trick of 6s. He bowls too full and outside off and Pollard free his arms and hit is for a over boundary.

Ball 4: In this Ball Pollard picked it early and hits four six in a row over deep mid-wicket, and now every one is thinking can he hit six 6s in a row.

Ball 5: Now Pollard is also thinking to hit 6 sixs in this over. In this Ball the length was not tto much short but Pollard’s hitting power make it a six over the bowlers head at long on.

Ball 6: Now this is just one six away from the repetition of Yuvraj Singh’s act. Pollard is ready to hit 6th six Akila bowl from a different angle but Pollard was ready to hit this Ball for six and hit it over mid-wicket.

But in the very next over Hasaranga takes the wicket of Pollard, but it doesn’t put that much pressure on the west indien side, and they won the match in the first ball of the fourteenth over.

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