In the first T20I against Sri Lanka, see Shreyas Iyer’s “No Look 90 Metre Six.”

In the first T20I against Sri Lanka, see Shreyas Iyer’s “No Look 90 Metre Six.” India vs. Sri Lanka: Videos and photographs of Shreyas Iyer’s massive six began to circulate on social  media. The shot was even dubbe a “no look six” by Twitter users.

 Iyer was batting at practically a run a ball till he was 12, but things change quickly when he move  across his stumps in the 17th over of India’s first T20I against Sri Lanka in Lucknow to flick a Dasun Shanaka delivery over the vacant deep square-leg region and grab a boundary.

Iyer struck a couple of boundaries in the next over and made his intentions clear. The 19th over, however,  demonstrated how destructive Iyer can be with the bat in his grasp. Chamika Karunaratne was dismantle by the right-hander, who struck him for three boundaries, including a 90-metre six over far on.

In the first T20I against Sri Lanka, see Shreyas Iyer’s “No Look 90 Metre Six.”

The medium pacer bowled a slower delivery, and Iyer selected the length early, got into great position, and timed the ball perfectly.

The connection was so strong that the newly-appointed Kolkata Knight Riders captain  did not even bother to  glance at the ball’s destination. On social media, videos and photographs of Iyer’s massive six began to circulate. The shot was even dubbe a “no look six” by Twitter users.

In the final over, Iyer struck another six to bring up his fifty in just 25 balls. After being assign to bat first by the visitors, India raced to 199 for 2 thanks to the right-57 hander’s off 28 balls.

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Prior to Iyer, Ishan Kishan and captain Rohit Sharma has got  India off to a flying start. Before Rohit was  remove for 44, the duo put on a 111-run opening partnership. Kishan, on  the other hand, kept  going and  conclude with a sizzling 89 off 56 balls.

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The batsmen from Sri Lanka were no match for India’s bowlers. Sri Lanka could only manage 137 for 6 in their allotted 20 overs, thanks to consistent strikes from Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ravindra Jadeja, and Venkatesh Iyer. In the three-match series, India has a 1-0 advantage.

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