England’s middle-order batsman Liam Livingstone is known for his aggressive batting style and great hitting power. He once again demonstrated his prowess by hitting one of the biggest sixes in international cricket on Sunday.
It all happened during the second T20I of the series of three matches between England and Pakistan at Headingly in Leeds.
In the 15th innings of the second innings, bowled by the Pakistani pacemaker Haris Rauf, Livingstone almost broke the ball over the roof for a long time.
Speaking of the delivery, it was full and right in the slot for the right hand, who jumped back and started a clean batting swing for a big six, considered by many to be the biggest six ever, and the fans and experts of left the game behind. gobsmacked.
Here is the video:
Biggest six ever ?! 😱 @LeedsRhinos, can we have our ball back? 😉
Scorecard / cuts: https://t.co/QjGshV4LMM
– England Cricket (@englandcricket) 18 July 2021
In terms of the match, England outscored Pakistan by 45 runs. After being asked to bat first, the host scored 200 runs in 19.5 overs. The captain, Joe Buttler, scored the best for England – he scored 59 runs from 39 balls. However, it was versatile Moeen Ali who stole the spotlight with his rapid fire 36 (16 balls, 6 fours and 1 six).
If he won 201, Pakistan could only score 155 runs for the loss of nine wickets in their set innings. Saqib Mahmood was the choice of the bowlers for the home side as he claimed three wickets for 33 runs. Meanwhile, Ali and Adil Rashid grabbed two wickets per piece.
After England’s victory in the second T20I, the series is now tied at 1-1.