Jasprit Bumrah, born on December 6, 1993, had hit 4 fours and two sixes in his innings. During this, 35 runs were scored in one over of Stuart Broad, which is the most expensive over in Test history. Actually, 29 came from Bumrah’s bat in this over, while 6 runs were extra. Bumrah was playing shots on every ball and was showing Yuvraj Singh’s fierce form to Broad with his bat.
Yuvraj Singh hit 6 sixes in T20 World Cup
Indian team’s World Cup winning all-rounder Yuvraj rained runs in one over of Broad in the 2007 T20 World Cup. He scored 36 runs in one over by hitting 6 consecutive sixes. Broad’s reaction after this was worth watching. A similar reaction was also seen in the Edgbaston Test which went viral on social media.
35 runs were scored in 6 balls like this
Broad, who came for the 84th over of the Indian innings, was welcomed by Bumrah with a four. Broad bowled another quick bouncer which went over the wicket-keeper and was adjudged wide by the umpire but the team got five runs. Broad ran again to complete the second ball but Bumrah hit him for a six. The umpire gave this ball a no ball. In this way the team got a total of 7 runs. After this Bumrah hit two fours and then hit a six. He could only take one run on the last ball. In this way, Bumrah made this over of Broad the most expensive over in Test cricket.
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