Kieron Pollard hits Six Sixes in an over – Pollard Joins Yuvraj Singh: Multilevel West Indies and Mumbai Indians, Kieron Pollard has become the second man in T20 cricket history to reach 6 stats in one game. Bullard crushed Sri Lankan Akila Danangaya with six women in his sixth domestic hunt.
The Mumbai Indians player smashed Dananjaya after hitting the West Indies with a hat-trick in the fourth game, including Chris Gayle's comeback for a duck. Bullard became the eighth batsman in cricket history, smashing six sixes in one game.
5.1 Dananjaya to Pollard, Six times, Bullard drops to one knee and hits that long ball on the long one. There was a cry to catch him, but Pollard cleared the boundaries at some distance.
5.2 Dananjaya to Pollard, Six races this time puts it on the viewscreen. So full of Dananjaya this time and Pollard stuck with this
5.3 Dananjaya to Pollard, The SIX runs a hat-trick with six more. A little thicker and wider, but that doesn't matter for Pollard, who crushes it from a distance. Bullard is not worried about those popups
5.4 Dananjaya to Pollard, Six races make it four races in a row! What a strange day for Akila Danangaya, who was beaten for four, six, and six in a row after a hat-trick in the last round. It was a long ball and Pollard pulled it down the middle of the middle. Hit it by rolling and keep sailing
5.5 Dananjaya to Pollard, Six run stops! Five Six on Five Balls by Kron Pollard. This is a butcher shop. Bullard swings back and uses all of his power to fire it directly over the player's head.
5.6 Dananjaya to Pollard, SIX does not work, no. Kieron Pollard has smashed six stats in one here. Yuvraj Singh finally has a company. Shot on pillows and slide, just a simple slide as it flies over the deep edge of the middle deal. Arch from Pollard to admit his teammates' breakdown
Pollard does Yuvraj: Former Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh is the only batsman before Bullard to achieve this feat in T20 International. Yuvraj defeated Stuart Broad in the 2007 T20 World Cup match in Durban.
Pollard, who was sent off for 38 of 11 balls, burst at six by hitting the first ball down the field and then putting Dananjaya on display from the second ball. Dananjaya drifted off the trunk of the third ball, but Pollard slapped it carelessly, as the fourth ball was deposited over the middle of the deep wicket while the fifth ball crashed over the archer's head. Dananjaya came around the wicket, but Pollard pulled him off his stands to set the record six and six and bowed to celebrate the occasion in front of the Coolidge crowd.
It was a rapid turnover of fortune for the Sri Lankan worker, who had just scored a hat-trick in the previous round, sacking starter Evin Lewis, Gayle, and wicketkeeper Nicholas Boran in the fourth game.
Pollard joined Yuvraj and Herschel Gibbs from South Africa as the only batsmen to achieve this feat in an international match under the Gibbs brand in the 2007 World Cup Finals against the Netherlands.