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IPL 2024: Sunrisers Hyderabad Demolish IPL Record For Most Sixes in an Innings With 22 Sixes vs RCB

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SRH’s Aiden Markram sees off a six against RCB (Credit: BCCI)

Today for SRH, most of the heavy hitting was done by none other than the centurion Travis Head himself, who worked his way to a swashbuckling 102 runs in 41 balls, laced with nine fours and eight sixes.

Record-breakers not once, but twice! Sunrisers Hyderabad continue to render the rest of the IPL and all of the spectators speechless with their unparalleled striking power, as the side put up a mind-boggling mammoth total of 287 runs in their innings against the Royal Challengers Bengaluru today.

With their blistering innings, SRH broke a plethora of records, mainly besting their own record-total of 277 set in a single innings.

But, another record that brings to light the sheer firepower that SRH possess is that of the most sixers scored in a single innings, which the visitors achieved today as well.

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SRH’s innings was peppered with 22 sixes, from the likes of centurion Travis Head and Heinrich Klassen primarily, besting the previous record of 21 sixes, which was set by their rivals today, RCB, back in 2013.

In fact, let us take a look at the top five innings that were peppered with the most maximums in the history of the IPL:

  1. 22 sixes:  SRH vs RCB Bengaluru 2024
  2. 21 sixes: RCB vs PWI Bengaluru 2013
  3. 20 sixes: RCB vs GL Bengaluru 2016
  4. 20 sixes: DC vs GL Delhi 2017
  5. 20 sixes: MI vs SRH Hyderabad 2024

Today for SRH, most of the heavy hitting was done by none other than the centurion Travis Head himself, who worked his way to a swashbuckling 102 runs in 41 balls, laced with nine fours and eight sixes.

Then, it was the turn of Protean hard-hitting monster Heinrich Klassen, who also wreaked havoc over RCB, with his 31-ball 67, peppered with 7 sixes of his own.

The likes of Abhishek Sharma, Aiden Markram and Abdul Samad chipped in with 7 sixes altogether, to break the record and script history.

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