India Hits Record 13 Sixes and Surpassing 2007 T20 World Cup Feat

India is playing their second match of the super-8 stage against Bangladesh in Antigua. After winning the toss, Bangladesh offered batting to India and India grabbed that opportunity with both hands. They started their innings with some beautiful cricketing hits. Despite losing wickets, they never stopped adding runs to the scoreboard which resulted in India putting up a big score in front of Bangladesh players to chase. In India’s innings, they surpassed their own record today against Bangladesh.

India Surpassed Their Record Against Bangladesh:

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In the Super Eight stage, Team India and Bangladesh met each other in the seventh match. Since the beginning of the tournament, Team India has been in excellent form. Till now they are unbeaten. In the match against Bangladesh, the Indian batters are in an exciting form. As they played a team game, they unlocked a new record. With the joint effort by all the batters, Team India hit 13 sixes in the match surpassing their own record. Virat Kohli hit the highest number of six which is three in this match. 

Before this match, India’s match against England in 2007 used to hold the record. In that match, the Indian side showcased their dominating display and smashed 11 sixes in one innings. The major credit went to Yuvraj Singh. He created the historic record of hitting six sixes. The classy Indian all-rounder hit seven sixes in the match. Virender Sehwag hot three and Gambhir hit 1 six in the match.  

In today’s match against Bangladesh, India’s batsmen hit an impressive 13 sixes, setting a new record. Leading the charge were Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya, and Shivam Dube, each smashing three sixes and showcasing their aggressive batting prowess. Rishabh Pant added two sixes, while skipper Rohit Sharma and Suryakumar Yadav chipped in with one six each. This collective power-hitting not only set a new benchmark for the team but also thrilled the fans with an exciting display of cricket, highlighting India’s dominance and ability to clear the boundary with ease.

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India’s Batting Innings Against Bangladesh:

Team India has made an impressive start to the tournament, extending their winning streak. Their batting in the first innings of this match showcased a cohesive team effort. Rohit Sharma opened with 23 runs, while Virat Kohli’s quick 37 off 28 balls had a significant impact. Rishabh Pant swiftly added 36 runs at number 3. Following Suryakumar Yadav’s dismissal, Shivam Dube and Hardik Pandya formed a crucial partnership. Dube scored 34 runs, and Pandya completed a half-century, guiding India to a formidable total of 196/5 in 20 overs.

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India is playing their second match of the super-8 stage against Bangladesh in Antigua. After winning the toss, Bangladesh offered batting to India and India grabbed that opportunity with both hands. They started their innings with some beautiful cricketing hits. Despite losing wickets, they never stopped adding runs to the scoreboard which resulted in India putting up a big score in front of Bangladesh players to chase. In India’s innings, they surpassed their own record today against Bangladesh.

India Surpassed Their Record Against Bangladesh:

In the Super Eight stage, Team India and Bangladesh met each other in the seventh match. Since the beginning of the tournament, Team India has been in excellent form. Till now they are unbeaten. In the match against Bangladesh, the Indian batters are in an exciting form. As they played a team game, they unlocked a new record. With the joint effort by all the batters, Team India hit 13 sixes in the match surpassing their own record. Virat Kohli hit the highest number of six which is three in this match. 

Before this match, India’s match against England in 2007 used to hold the record. In that match, the Indian side showcased their dominating display and smashed 11 sixes in one innings. The major credit went to Yuvraj Singh. He created the historic record of hitting six sixes. The classy Indian all-rounder hit seven sixes in the match. Virender Sehwag hot three and Gambhir hit 1 six in the match.  

In today's match against Bangladesh, India's batsmen hit an impressive 13 sixes, setting a new record. Leading the charge were Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya, and Shivam Dube, each smashing three sixes and showcasing their aggressive batting prowess. Rishabh Pant added two sixes, while skipper Rohit Sharma and Suryakumar Yadav chipped in with one six each. This collective power-hitting not only set a new benchmark for the team but also thrilled the fans with an exciting display of cricket, highlighting India's dominance and ability to clear the boundary with ease.

India’s Batting Innings Against Bangladesh:

Team India has made an impressive start to the tournament, extending their winning streak. Their batting in the first innings of this match showcased a cohesive team effort. Rohit Sharma opened with 23 runs, while Virat Kohli's quick 37 off 28 balls had a significant impact. Rishabh Pant swiftly added 36 runs at number 3. Following Suryakumar Yadav's dismissal, Shivam Dube and Hardik Pandya formed a crucial partnership. Dube scored 34 runs, and Pandya completed a half-century, guiding India to a formidable total of 196/5 in 20 overs.

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