Finn Allen approaches world record with 16 sixes

16 Sixes in Finn Allen’s 137 off 62 balls in the third T20I against Pakistan in Dunedin, equalling the record for most sixes by a player in a T20I innings.

137 Allen’s score is the most elevated in T20Is for New Zealand, and the joint-fifth most noteworthy by and large.

6 Sixes Allen hit in 14 balls from Haris Rauf. Just three different players have hit six sixes off a bowler in a T20I: Yuvraj Singh off Stuart Expansive in 2007, Kieron Pollard off Akila Dananjaya in 2021, and Josh Inglis off Ravi Bishnoi in 2023 (where ball-by-ball information is accessible).

611 Number of balls Allen took to finish 1000 runs in T20Is – the third quickest to the achievement behind Suryakumar Yadav (573) and Glenn Maxwell (604).

135.39 The aggregate strike pace of the relative multitude of different players in the match, aside from Allen, who scored at 220.96. The other New Zealand hitters scored at a strike pace of just 127.58 (74 off 58 balls).



FINN ALLEN13762220.9651620
OTHER BATTERS241178135.39221063
OTHER NZ BATTERS7458127.587220

60 Runs yielded by Rauf in four overs, the most costly spell of his T20 profession.

16-0 New Zealand’s success misfortune record in 21 men’s internationals at the College Oval in Dunedin (five Tests were drawn) – the most matches played by a group at a scene without a loss.

8 Fifty or more scores for Babar Azam in T20Is against New Zealand, the joint most elevated for a player against a group in men’s T20Is. He’s scored 723 runs in 18 innings against New Zealand with hundred years and seven fifties, the second-most elevated total against a rival. Virat Kohli likewise has eight half-hundreds of years against Australia, while his 794 runs in 21 innings is the most elevated total against a group.

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