CHASE FRENZY by Cricbuzz Staff • Last updated on Share Tweet Chris Gayle hit Akila Dananjaya for six sixes in an over © AFP In a frenetic second innings of the first T20I between West Indies and Sri Lanka in Antigua, Kieron Pollard become the second player after Yuvraj Singh to score six sixes in an over in T20I cricket. He meted out this treatment to Akila Dananjaya who had earlier picked up a hat-trick, as the hosts won the action-packed opening game of the series by four wickets. The start and the hat-trick West Indies were off the blocks quickly in a chase of 132, with Evin Lewis setting the tone for the innings by scoring three successive sixes off Angelo Mathews in the opening over. Lendl Simmons got into the act with a six off Dananjaya in the second over while 21 runs came off the third as the West Indian openers went after Dushmantha Chameera. A boundary for Lewis off the first ball of the fourth over helped West Indies past 50 very quickly. Only two fours came in the fourth over, but the over was anything but dull as Dananjaya tried to tilt the balance in… Read full this story
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