Top 3 Indian batsmen with most sixes in an innings of Test cricket history: See list

Top 3 Indian batsmen with most sixes in an innings of Test cricket history: See list
  • Top 3 Indian batsmen with most sixes in an innings of Test cricket history: See list

π•π•šπ• π•‹π•§π•§π•šπ•Ÿπ•–π•– – India has a large number of cricket lovers in the country. Because the Indian team always participates in T20, Test matches, and many other tournaments.

The Indian team is known for its outstanding performance in Test cricket. And she has won Test matches against almost every team everywhere.

At present, the Indian team will also play a series of 4 Test matches against Australia from 17 December.

Today, in this article, we will tell about the top-5 Indian batsmen who have scored the most sixes in Test cricket history.

Let’s know about those batsmen –

1-Navjot Singh Sidhu

In this list, the name of Navjot Singh Sidhu, former explosive player of the Indian cricket team, comes at number one.

This batsman of India was known for his extremely dangerous batting during his time. He had done 8 sixes in a single innings of a Test match against the Sri Lankan team.

Top 3 Indian batsmen with most sixes in an innings of Test cricket history - JioTvvinee

With this, his name is included in this list. He has played many brilliant and memorable innings for the Indian team. And single-handedly managed to play a very special role in helping the team win.

2-Virender Sehwag

In this list comes the name of Virender Sehwag, former explosive opener of the Indian cricket team. This batsman of the Indian team is counted as one of the most successful openers.

You have also seen the batting of former Indian batsman Sehwag in many matches. Although he has retired from international cricket.

But in the year 2009, Virender Sehwag scored 293 runs in a single innings during a Test match against the Sri Lankan team. He had the feat of hitting 40 fours and 7 skyscraper sixes in this match.

3-Harbhajan Singh

In this list, the name of Indian cricket’s great spinner and right-handed batsman Harbhajan Singh comes at number three.

Harbhajan Singh was known as a brilliant all-rounder during his time. But now they are not included in India’s playing XI. However, he has not yet announced his retirement from international cricket.

Let us tell you that Harbhajan Singh played a very good innings in a 2010 Test match against New Zealand. In that match, he had scored 110 runs and during this time he had the feat of hitting 7 sixes.

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