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Top 7 Biggest sixes

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Title: Top 7 Biggest sixes
Duration: 00:04:20
Uploaded by: Cricket Hits
Published at: 05 May 2016
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Description: WATCH NEW VIDEO ( FASTEST T20 OVER) = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SESYFIZHetk Here is the Video of Top 7 biggest (longest) Sixes in cricket History. Featuring Some Of Dangerous Six Hitters In today and Cricket History.This video contains sixes hit by chris gayle, corey anderson,ross taylor,jesse ryder,brett lee, Ryan ten Doeschate and mark waugh 07.Corey Anderson Corey Anderson breaks Shahid Afridi's long standings fastest 100 in ODI record this past year and its obvious that he is able to struck the ball good way with rather easiness. Participating in against India at Napier he struck four sixes in the overall game and handful of the shots went of the stadium. Again distance is not documented but it was huge sixes that could have kept heading got it not for the roof top tops. 06. Chris Gayle As EVERYBODY KNOWS Chris Gayle MAY BE THE AMONG Most Dangerous Batsmen in cricket world. He Hit Sixes Eve In Test Matches. He's really the only 2nd Just Behind Shahid Afridi IN EVERY Time Six Hitter In International Cricket.Chris Gayle hit an enormous six of the back-foot on the bowling of Mark Gillespie. 05. Ryan ten Doeschate Dutch professional cricketer Ryan ten Doeschate struck an enormous six into street 04.Jesse ryder Big Man From new zealand, Deposited AMONG luke fletcher's Ball into Top of Stands 03.Brett Lee Brett Lee was often at the incorrect end of big sixes but he himself could clear the ropes when in form. Brett Lee possessed a natural golf swing with the bat and Western world Indies bowler believed the real beef of Brett Lee bat back 2005 when he produced this monster shot. 02.Ross tylor 01.Mark Waugh Waugh Was Classy, Elegant, Stylish Big Hitter WITH THE Cricket Ball Also. November 1997 on 21, Mark Waugh scored a six against Daniel Vettori which continues to be remembered because of its length and height. This was through the 2nd test match of New Zealand's tour to Australia.

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