Mark Boucher’s stunning unbeaten innings of 147 in the third ODI at Potchefstroom included ten hits over the boundary. This was the fourth time in ODI’s that ten or more sixes were hit by a batsman in an innings. Boucher also became the second wicketkeeper to perform this feat after Mahendra Singh Dhoni of India. For reader’s interest the accompanying table has the complete details.
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