𝕁𝕚𝕠𝕋𝕧𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕖 – In any format of cricket history, it is considered to be a great feat to make a boundary on each bow of an over.
Throughout the history of the world, many batsmen have done a wonderful job of putting a boundary on all the balls of an over. But today Jam will tell about the top-5 batsmen scoring an over-four in this article.
1- The first number in this list is the name of former Indian cricket team batsman Sandeep Patil. This Indian batsman is the first batsman in the world to hit 6 fours in a single over.
During his 129-run innings against Old England in 1982 in Sandeep Patil Test in England, Bob Willis had a wonderful feat of hitting 6 fours in a single over.
2- In this list, the second most dangerous batsman of the West Indies cricket team, Chris Gayle, comes at number two.
Chris Gayle, popularly known as Universal Boss, in the year 2004 during a Test match against England, Matthew Hoggard had scored 6 fours in an over.
This record of Gayle is also special because Hoggard was a senior player and Gayle was a freshman at that time.
3- In this list, the name of former batsman of the West Indies cricket team Ramnaresh Sarwan comes at number three.
In 2006, Sarwan had scored six consecutive fours in a single over during the Test match against Indian team paceman Munaf Patel.
4- In this list, the name of Sanath Jayasuriya, former great and most dangerous player of the Sri Lankan cricket team comes at number four.
Sri Lankan batsman Jayasuriya was known for batting in both ODIs or Tests. Sanath Jayasuriya, during a Test match against England in 2007, had the feat of his great bowler James Ederson to hit 6 fours in a single over.
At present, James Ederson is the first fast bowler to take the most wickets in Test cricket.
5- In this list, former Sri Lanka team batsman Tillakaratne Dilshan‘s name comes at number five.
Former Sri Lankan opener batsman Dilshan achieved this feat during the 2015 ICC World Cup against Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson by hitting 6 fours in the same over.