Watch Video: Huge six against Lanka.. UAE batsman who reached the top spot in the special record.. signal that it will decrease..

T20 World Cup 2022, SL vs UAE: UAE batsman Junaid Siddiqui hits 109 meter long six against Sri Lanka. This sex video is going viral on social media.

Watch Video: Huge six against Lanka.. UAE batsman who reached the top spot in the special record.. signal that it will decrease..

Junaid Siddique Huge Six Vs

T20 World Cup 2022 has started in Australia. However, in the sixth match, Sri Lanka scored a stunning victory against UAE. In this match, Sri Lanka won by a huge margin of 79 runs. Batting first, the Sri Lankan team lost 8 wickets and scored 152 runs. The UAE team collapsed for 73 runs after breaking the score. However, in this match, UAE’s number 10 batsman Junaid Siddiqui hit a huge six in his batting and the ball landed on the roof of the stadium. This sixer video is becoming more viral on social media.

109 meter long six..

UAE No. 10 batsman Junaid Siddiqui hit a 109m long six off Chameera in the 17th over of the match. The ball went straight to the roof of the stadium. Junaid couldn’t believe it when the ball went that far. Junaid hit the longest six in T20 World Cup 2022. He did a special feat because of this six. He has reached the top spot in the list of batsmen who have hit the longest sixes in this tournament so far.

Junaid also shared this six video on ICC’s official Instagram account. Junaid played this shot and kept watching the ball till the end. After hitting this huge six at the same time, he started to see his strength. Junaid scored 18 runs in his innings with the help of 1 four and 1 six.

Miyappan hat trick..

UAE leg break bowler Karthik Miyappan became the first bowler to take a hat-trick in the 2022 T20 World Cup. He took three wickets one after the other in the match against Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka kept the momentum going with his sharp bowling. It looked like the Sri Lankan team could reach 200 runs. After this hat-trick, the team was restricted to just 152 runs.

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