IPL 2022 Longest Six: Liam Livingstone 117m Six Destructive

IPL 2022 Longest Six: GT vs PBKS Live – Liam Livingstone has already shown what he is capable of and he has given it up again. Against the Gujarat Titans, he smashed veteran bowler Mohammad Shami in a 117-meter six that landed almost on the roof of DY Patil Stadium, sending a shockwave through the commentators. Follow the IPL 2022 live updates and see the PBKS Bit GT Highlights on InsideSport.IN.

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IPL 2022 Longest Six: Liam Livingstone’s Monstrous 117m Sends Shockwave Among Six Commentators – Watch Video

While the Punjab Kings were heading for a big win for Shikhar Dhawan’s great half-century, Livingstone was not satisfied with the slow pace. With four overs left, he took the matter into his own hands by hammering Mohammad Shami for 28 runs.

IPL 2022 Longest Six: Liam Livingstone's Monstrous 117m Sends Shockwave Among Six Commentators - Watch Video

Read the 16th over: 6, 6, 6, 4, 2, 4

Terrible six off the first ball of the 16th over.

16 overs, ball 1: It was a perfect hit. Shami bowls a length ball and Livingstone just swings the bat and the perfect timing makes a terrific six. With Graeme Smith, Murali Karthik and Kevin Pietersen in the commentary box, they are stunned.

All three jumped together in disbelief and shouted: That’s my word! That was a monster! What a hit that was!

IPL 2022 Longest Six: Liam Livingstone’s Monstrous 117m Sends Shockwave Among Six Commentators – Watch Video

Check it out here:

16 overs, ball 2: Shami tried to yorker ball he missed the length and it became fults. Livingstone attacked the mid-wicket for just 7 runs.

Over 16, Ball 3: This time Shami tried to say short but to no avail. Livingstone swings the bat and takes a top-edge to fly over the keeper’s head for 6 runs.

Over 16, Ball 4: Shami made a slow delivery this time but who can stop charging Livingstone! Not even Shami! Livingstone whipped it over the square leg and it went for 4 runs.

Over 16, Ball 5: As a short break Livingstone was able to find the gap through mid-wicket for only 2 runs.

Over 16, Ball 6: Shami made a quick delivery outside the off and Livingstone hit the short third man in four overs.

IPL 2022 Longest Six: Liam Livingstone’s Monstrous 117m Sends Shockwave Among Six Commentators – Watch Video

IPL 2022 Longest Six: Liam Livingstone's Monstrous 117m Sends Shockwave Among Six Commentators - Watch Video

IPL 2022: Liam Livingstone’s Monstrous 117m6 Sends Shockwave Among Commentators – Watch Video

While this was not the biggest six in IPL history, it was certainly the longest six in IPL 2022. Dewald Brewis hit a 114-meter six which was the longest in this edition until the GT vs PBKS match.

Albie Morkel hit the longest six at 125 meters in IPL history while India’s Praveen Kumar holds the record for the longest six among Indians in a huge 124-meter shot.

Biggest six in IPL history:

1. 125m – Albie Morkel
2. 124m – Praveen Kumar
3. 122m – Adam Gilchrist
4. 120m – Robin Uthappa
5. 119 meters – Chris Gayle
6. 119 m – Yuvraj Singh
7. 119 m – Ross Taylor
8. 117 m – Liam Livingstone
9. 117 m – Gautam Gambhir
10. 117 m – Ben Cutting

IPL 2022 Longest Six: Liam Livingstone’s Monstrous 117m Sends Shockwave Among Six Commentators – Watch Video

IPL 2022 Longest Six: Liam Livingstone's Monstrous 117m Sends Shockwave Among Six Commentators - Watch Video

Longest six in IPL 2022:

  • 117m – Liam Livingstone
  • 114 m – Dewald Bravis
  • 112 m – Dewald Bravis
  • 108m – Liam Livingstone
  • 107 m – Joss Butler
  • 106m – Liam Livingstone

For the match, the Gujarat Titans fought after deciding to bat first. Sai Sudarshan was the only ranger to score 65 as the table-toppers could only make 143/8. In pursuit of the goal, PBKS took an early push with the departure of Johnny Bairstow.

However, Shikhar Dhawan and Vanuka Rajapaksa controlled the pace for the second wicket with an average of 87 runs. Dhawan remained unbeaten on 62 and Liam Livingstone applied a finishing touch of 30 off 10 balls.

IPL 2022 Longest Six: Liam Livingstone’s Monstrous 117m Sends Shockwave Among Six Commentators – Watch Video

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