People's craze for cricket from all over the world is not hidden from anyone, mainly because of the great performance of the players in cricket. Players continue to thrill people with their great performances. However, some players in cricket have done a great job but very few people know about them. Today in this article we are going to tell you about a player who has hit the longest six in cricket history.
In some media reports, this record is named after Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi, but in fact, Albert Trott's name is the record for the longest six in cricket history.
Albert has hit the 164 meter six
Albert Trott's name is also among the most dangerous batsmen of the 19th century. Please tell that he has played cricket for both England and Australia. Albert's name is the longest six in history. The six that was hit by Albert was 164 meters. In the 19th century, bowlers used to take fear in the name of Albert Trott. In the year 1910, at the age of 41, the player was shot and killed.
Shahid Afridi is at number two
Pakistan's legendary batsman Shahid Afridi comes second in the list of players who have hit the longest six in cricket history. Shahid Afridi has hit a 158-meter six and did this act against England.
Indians are also included in this list
The list of longest sixes players also includes 2 Indians, including Yuvraj Singh and Mahendra Singh Dhoni. On one side, Yuvraj Singh had hit 119 meters long six, while on the other hand, MS Dhoni had hit 112 meters long six.