Six 6s in an over! Big-hitting Nepal finisher joins Yuvraj Singh, Kieron Pollard in elite list. Watch | Cricket News


New Delhi: Nepal's middle-order batsman Deependra Singh Airi Created history on Saturday, becoming the third batsman to rock the six sixes In one over in T20 international cricket.
Finisher Deepender achieved a rare feat during the ACC Premier Cup Group A game against Qatar at Al Amerat as he hit six consecutive sixes in the final over of Nepal's innings, helping his team reach 210 for 7.
Dipendra joins India with remarkable effort Yuvraj Singh and West Indies' Kieron Pollard In the exclusive club.
The 24-year-old player is now fifth among all international players to achieve this feat.
Playing his 60th T20 match, Deepender's havoc came in the final over of the innings when he shattered pace bowler Kamran Khan and took him to all corners of the park.
Deependra, who started the over with 28 runs on 15 balls, scored unbeaten 64 runs on just 21 balls at the end of the innings.

Deependra bowled balls at a strike rate of more than 307, hitting a total of three fours and 7 sixes in his innings of 64 runs.
However, this is not the first time that Deependra has hit six sixes in a row.
Last year, during the Asian Games in Hangzhou, Deependra had hit six consecutive sixes in two overs against Mongolia.
In that game, Dipendra scored an unbeaten 52 off 10 balls as Nepal posted a mammoth score of 314 for 3 – the first time a team scored over 300 in a T20 game.
Nepal bowled out Mongolia for 41 runs in that match.

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