Ruturaj shook and woke up everybody from the chilly Monday blues by smacking 7 consecutive sixes in an over Vijay Hazare quarter-final game.

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He scripted history by becoming to achieve the feat.

Gaikwad created this astonishing feat during a Vijay Hazare trophy quarter-final match against U. P. at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Needing consideration, Narendra Modi Stadium just registered itself on the Guinness book of world records for highest attendance just two days back and witnessed another historic knock.

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The batter scored 220 runs in 154 balls. This was his first-ever double-century in-list cricket. Maharashtra finished with a huge score of 330/5 in 50 overs. 

The Csk & Maharashtra captain hammered Uttar Pradesh’s Shiva for 43 runs in an over. This is now the joint most runs conceded in an over of any list in A cricket history, Tied with Willen’s luck of New Zealand.


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The magnificent feat of Ruturaj helped him in scripting history and he also surpassed the illustrative list of Superstars and giant names like Sir Garfield Sobers, Ravi Shastri, Herschelle Gibbs, Yuvraj Singh, Ross Whiteley, Hazratullah Zazai, Leo Carter, Kieron Pollard, and Thisara Perera, who all have hit six consecutive sixes in an over.

The record for most sixes in an over, Still held by Lee Germon of New Zealand who Smashed 8 sixes in an over in a native Trophy match. 

Rajneesh Tiwari a.k.a Roniin is a 'Real wanderer on Surrealism'. An Inksmith, Beat producer & Journalist coming from the Midzone of India Katni (M. P.). He holds a masters degree in Journalism and Mass communication. He has been honoured with 'The Emily Dickinson Award' for his creative writing.Roniin is Praised for his broad artistic vision and unorthodox thinking, Since school days he was addicted to comics & novels, The fantasy world fascinated him from there and a interest turned into his passion.

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