Thisara Perera Smashes 5 sixes in 1 Over vs South Africa 26 July 2013 full video highlights and photos. Thisara Perera smashed five sixes and a four off a Robin Peterson over but ended on the losing side in the third ODI in Pallekele. Sri Lanka and left-hand batsman Thisara Perera fell just one run short of equaling the world record of scoring most runs in an over. On Friday July 26, Perera hit five sixes and one boundary off South African left-arm spinner Robin Peterson during their One Day International match at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium.What is the difference exaggeration can make approx.
Pereira hit Robin Peterson for the second most expensive over in ODI cricket to throw Sri Lanka back to the dispute after falling to 93 for 7. 35 runs included five sixes and four, Pereira display his prowess, especially through the leg side.Peterson conceded 35 runs in the over (second most expensive in ODIs), the 33rd of the innings, during the third ODI. Perera scored 34 of them and one was a wide.
South Africa batsman Herschelle Gibbs had hit Netherlands’ bowler Daan van Bunge for six sixes in an over during the 2007 World Cup, which is the record in ODIs.
In Twenty20 Internationals, India’s Yuvraj Singh too had hit 6 sixes in an over, off England’s Stuart Broad during the Word T20 in 2007.
The sequence of Peterson’s over was 6, wide, 6, 6, 6, 6, 4. In the match, which South Africa won by 56 runs, Perera scored 65 off 49 with 5 fours and 5 sixes.
View Robin Peterson screaming LBW against Jayawardene, who goes to the lower leg and Jayawardene survived a chance Altntit when Peterson was bowling but it was left-arm rotor last laugh. Peterson threw Jayawardene with one that skidded on, but that was the end of his involvement in the night.
Peterson ruined numbers by Pereira, who hit his first four sixes on the border mid-wicket. Then, Peterson sent back over his head for four and he finished with the biggest hit of the night, on the square leg.
Most runs off one over in ODI Top 3:
- 36 – South Africa’s Hershchelle Gibbs (6, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6) off Daan van Bunge (Netherlands)
- 35 – Sri Lanka’s Thisara Perera (6, Wide, 6, 6, 6, 6, 4) off Robin Peterson (South Africa)
- 32 – Pakistan’s Shahid Afridi (4, 4, 6, 6, 6, 6) off Malinga Bandara (Sri Lanka).