15 years have passed since Yuvraj Singh’s heroics at the T20 World Cup in Durban but the moment will live on in history.
The Indian power hitter smashed six sixes in a row against England during the inaugural T20 World Cup, thrilling cricket lovers around the world.
Yuvraj celebrated the 15-year anniversary by watching the moment with his baby boy. The Indian batsman took to Twitter to share a video of himself and his son Orion Keech Singh on his lap, watching the viral moment.
"Couldn’t have found a better partner to watch this together with after 15 years,” he captioned the post.
What happened during the game?
As reported by Sportskeeda, Yuvraj had an argument with English all-rounder Andrew Flintoff before smashing the six sixes. Stuart Broad, who was still new to the team at that stage, then came up to bowl and had to deal with Yuvraj’s wrath. Yuvraj smashed the ball all around the park and brought up his half-century in just 12 balls. The feat remains the fastest T20 half-century in history.
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India went on to lift the trophy that year, the only T20 world title they’ve won. They will be looking to repeat the feat in Australia later this year as the T20 World Cup will take place between October 16 and November 13.