Afghan player Najibullah Zadran who hit 6 sixes against Bangladesh is a great achievement


First Published Aug 31, 2022, 3:25 PM IST

The Asia Cup cricket series is going on in full swing. The Afghanistan team, which is in Group B, defeated both Sri Lanka and Bangladesh and became the first team to advance to the Super 4 round.

Batting first, Bangladesh scored only 127 runs in 20 overs in the Bangladesh-Afghanistan match in Sharjah. Rashid Khan and Mujibur Rahman took 3 wickets each for Afghanistan.

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Chasing a target of 128 runs, the Bangladeshi bowlers restricted the Afghanistan team from scoring easily from the start. In the last ball of the 13th over, the score of the Afghan team was just 62 runs when they lost Mohammad Nabi’s wicket as the 3rd wicket. Najibullah Jadran, who came to the field after that, hit 6 sixes in 17 balls and scored a quick 43 runs to reach the target in 18.3 overs and made the Afghanistan team win.

Najibullah Zadran hit a total of 6 sixes in the death overs, including a six in the 16th over, 2 sixes in the 17th over, 2 sixes in the 18th over, and a six in the 19th over.

With this, Najibullah Jadran has set the record for most sixes in death overs in T20 cricket while chasing the target. Najibullah Zadran has hit a total of 18 sixes in the death overs while chasing the target in the 2nd batting in T20 cricket. With this, Najibullah Jadran has broken the record of former England captain Ian Morgan and Sri Lanka’s Thisara Perera, who were already on top with 17 sixes.

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Najibullah Jadran also became the first player to hit 50 sixes in death overs in T20 cricket. Najibullah Jadran has hit 53 sixes in the death overs. David Miller is second with 47 sixes.

Last Updated Aug 31, 2022, 3:25 PM IST

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