Fastest 450 Sixes In International Cricket, Rohit Sharma On Top

3. Chris Gayle (499 innings)Former West Indies captain and veteran cricketer Chris Gayle, popularly known as Universe Boss, has played a total of 483 matches in his international career, in which Gayle has hit 553 sixes in 551 innings. Chris Gayle is at the top of the batsman who has hit the most sixes in international cricket. Chris Gayle took 499 innings to hit 450 sixes.

2. Shahid Afridi (487 innings)Former Pakistan captain and veteran all-rounder Shahid Afridi was known for his explosive batting. Shahid Afridi played a total of 524 matches in his 22-year international career, including Tests, ODIs and T20s. He hit 476 sixes in 508 innings. Afridi is second in terms of hitting most sixes in international cricket. Afridi took 487 innings to hit 450 sixes.

1. Rohit Sharma (404 innings)India’s explosive opener Rohit Sharma, known as India’s captain and hitman in T20 format, scored 55 runs in 36 balls in the match played against New Zealand, which was his 404th innings. Which included 1 four and 5 sixes. Rohit Sharma made a splendid record as soon as he hit his first six in this match and became the batsman to hit 450 sixes in the shortest innings. Rohit Sharma has hit 454 sixes in international cricket so far.

Rohit Sharma is currently at number three in terms of hitting most sixes in international cricket. The batsmen who hit more sixes than him are Chris Gayle (553) and Afridi (476).

Rohit Sharma also holds the record of hitting 5 plus sixes for the most number of times in a T20 International. He has hit 5 or more sixes 11 times in a T20 International. Earlier this record was in the name of Chris Gayle, which was demolished by Rohit Sharma.

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