Watch: Shahid Afridi hits a 103 meter six to land it on the stadium roof

Watch: Shahid Afridi hits a 103 meter six to land it on the stadium roof

The final match of the UBL T20I series between England and Pakistan was a match to remember for the cricket fans. England led Pakistan 2-0 before coming into this final match and eventually whitewashed them by winning the last match in an exciting super over thriller.

Pakistan had a target of 155 runs to chase but had a dreadful start as they slumped to 11 for 3 within 2.2 overs. But, later Shoaib Malik played a match-defining innings of 75 runs to enable Pakistan to tie the match.

But, here in this video, we take a look at the biggest and the most powerful six of the match. Pakistan required 47 runs off 26 balls and to win the match from here and Pakistan needed some crisp hits over the boundary line to stay in the contest. David Willey was the man of the moment for England after an amazing opening spell.

However, it was time for him to face some wrath. Willey started the over and had gone through it very well, conceding just four singles off the first four balls. But, the fifth delivery of the over was treated mercilessly by Shahid Afridi and hammered over deep mid-wicket for a huge six. The ball was dropped in short by Willey and Afridi was waiting in his crease outside leg stump for it. He swung the bat fiercely on the leg side in his trademark style. The velocity of the ball took it straight on the roof of the stadium for a mammoth 103 meter six.

Shahid Afridi played his role to perfection with his cameo knock of 29 from 20 balls which included 2 sixes in addition to this monstrous hit.

Watch: Shahid Afridi hits a 103 meter six to land it on the stadium roof:

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