New Zealand has been on a leather hunt in the third test match against Pakistan at Sharjah as the Kiwi batsmen have broken the world record for the most number of sixes in a Test innings, beating Australia’s record of 17, which they achieved against Zimbabwe at Perth in 2003. The batsmen smashed as many as 19 sixes as they ended the day 3 on 637-8.
Out of those 19 sixes, 11 were hit by captain Brendon McCullum, who scored 202 runs while Ross Taylor, Corey Anderson and Tim Southee (50 each with the help of 2 sixes each) and Kane Williamson and Mark Craig complete the tally with a six apiece. Here are the list of teams with most number of sixes
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*Stats updated till 29 November 2014
** New Zealand are yet to declare their innings.