Cricket becomes an extremely difficult game for the bowlers when the batsmen like Virender Sehwag, Brendon McCullum, MS Dhoni are in swashbuckling mode. The best example of the hard hitting ability was displayed by McCullum in the recently concluded 2015 World Cup when he smashed England’s Steven Finn for 49 runs in his two overs. The lanky pacer stuck to his line and length but it was just not his day.
Just like the above case, former Australian and Deccan Chargers player Andrew Symonds also experienced one of the toughest moments of his cricketing life when Delhi Daredevils’ Virender Sehwag peeled 30 runs off his over in a particularly brutal display of hitting – even by his hard-hitting standards.
The over went 4,6,4,6,4,6 as Sehwag piloted the Delhi Daredevils to a comprehensive nine-wicket victory over the Deccan Chargers with 42 balls to spare in Hyderabad.
Here is the video of it: