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TOP 10 Most Epic Last Ball Sixers in Cricket History

Over the years, there have been instances when batsmen have hit a six off the final ball of the match to win a game for their country.
This video takes you to such ten most epic instances, where history was made in cricket history.

1-Pakistan v/s India

In 1986, Pakistan needed a four off the last ball against India in the Australasia Cup final in Sharjah.
Bowler Chetan Sharma’s plan was to bowl a fast, inswinging Yorker, but he bowled a full-toss.
Miandad smacked it high and long over midwicket for the most unforgettable six in history.

2- South Africa v/s New Zealand

In 1999, Klusener faced the last ball from Dion Nash of New Zealand in the fourth ODI in Napier.
Lance Klusener had hit 29 off 18 balls and South Africa required a four in the last ball to win the match.
Nash, went for the yorker, but bowled a high full-toss and was dispatched straight over his head.

3- West Indies v/s Sri Lanka

In 2008 West Indies needed a six to win in the last ball against of Sri Lanka in an ODI at Port of Spain.
Shivnarine Chanderpaul was facing Chaminda Vaas; while everyone positioned on the boundary line.
Vaas bowled a low full-toss and Chanderpaul clubbed that across the line over the midwicket boundary.

4- Zimbabwe v/s Bangladesh

In 2006 Zimbabwe needed five off the final ball to win the ODI against Bangladesh at Harare.
17 required off the final over, Mortaza bowled a dismal over bringing down to five off the last ball.
Mashrafe Mortaza bowled a full-toss and Brendan Taylor clubbed it over midwicket for a six and win.

5- South Africa v/s New Zealand

In 2013 South Africa needed 3 off the final ball to win against New Zealand in an ODI at Potchefstroom.
South Africa's Ryan McLaren was facing James Franklin, who had taken a wicket in the previous ball.
McLaren got inside the line and lifted the ball on one knee for six over the long-leg boundary.

6- Zimbabwe v/s Ireland

In 2010 Zimbabwe required 1 off the final ball to win against Ireland in an ODI at Harare Sports Club.
Chasing 201, Zimbabwe needed six runs from the final over and managed to draw level before final ball.
Ed Rainsford clubbed the last ball from Kevin O'Brien - a full toss - over long leg for six to seal the match.

7- Sri Lanka v/s India

In 2010 Sri Lanka chased 166 in World Twenty20 at Gros Islet, but needed just 144 to knock out India.
Kapugedera hammering Vinay Kumar in the penultimate over, now they needed to go for the win.
Nehra had 13 to defend in the final over and Kapugedera needed 3 to win, blasted a six off the last ball.

8- England v/s India

In 2012, England needed 6 off 3 to save the series in in a T20 against India at Wankhede Stadium.
Jos Buttler got them three off two, leaving Morgan to get three of the last ball of Ashok Dinda.
On the last ball Morgan swung hard and clean, depositing the ball into crowd behind the sightscreen.

9- New Zealand v/s Sri Lanka

In 2013 New Zealand required one run to win against Sri Lanka in a rain reduced game at Hambantota.
It was impracticable for New Zealand to achieve a victory as 20 runs required off the last over of Herath.
Kiwi all-rounder Nathan McCullum smacked Herath all over the park and the winning six in the final ball.

10- Pakistan v/s Australia

Asif Mujtaba’s last-ball six in an ODI against Australia in Hobart in 1992 is rarely spoken as it was a tie.
Pakistan needed 17 in the last over of Steve Waugh, finally requiring seven to win off the last ball.
Waugh bowled a waist-high full-toss and Mujtaba swung it wide of long-on for six to tie the game.

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