Liam Livingstone Hits Biggest Six of IPL 2022, Smashes it

Tuesday, May 3, 2022
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Liam Livingstone Hits Biggest Six of IPL 2022

In this article‚ we'll look at Liam Livingstone's 108-metre maximum to hit the Biggest Six of IPL 2022 and how Punjab Kings beat Gujarat Titans with three sixes. We'll also look at Livingstone's innings against Mohammed Shami‚ and why Punjab Kings won the IPL in the first place. If you're not sure what the Biggest Six is‚ read on to see the video.

Liam Livingstone hits 108-metre maximum to hit biggest six of IPL 2022

Liam Livingstone's 108-metre maximum has broken the record for the biggest six in IPL 2022. Previously‚ the highest six was 105m. His six came off the fourth over of the innings and went for a run-a-ball 108. After hitting the maximum‚ he added four boundaries. The brilliant knock helped PBKS to a total of 180 for eight. The batting collapsed after the innings‚ as Chennai Super Kings failed to get going. The Punjab Kings beat the Chennai Super Kings by 54 runs in Mumbai‚ thanks to the brilliant batting performance of Liam Livingstone. The England opener‚ known for his big sixes‚ played a masterful innings. His innings lasted for just 32 balls‚ and he smashed five fours and five sixes. Liam Livingstone's innings was a masterclass in aggression. In the fifth over‚ he opened his front leg to hit a length ball‚ smashed it over deep midwicket. Earlier‚ Jos Buttler and Steven Smith hit mammoth maximums of 101 and 98 metres‚ respectively. However‚ it was Livingstone who hit the biggest six of IPL 2022. Both of these batsmen struck the ball over mid-wicket. Livingstone's 108-metre maximum surpassed Dewald Brevis' 112-metre six. The batsman also hit two boundaries in his next three balls. Ben Brevis also smashed a 108-metre maximum off the fifth over of Mukesh's bowling. He hit the ball 108 metres over the midwicket boundary and blasted it for the longest six of the IPL 2022 season. While Liam Livingstone's 108-metre maximum is a great strike‚ it is not quite as spectacular as Brevis's.

Punjab Kings beat Gujarat Titans in IPL 2022

In the 48th match of the IPL 2022‚ the number 1 and number 8 teams will face each other. Earlier‚ Punjab Kings had won three games while Gujarat won five. The Punjab Kings managed to beat Gujarat Titans by eight wickets and moved up from the eighth position to the fifth one. They are the only team to beat two teams from the top four in the rankings this season. Watch this game on Star Sports Network or Disney+ and let us know your thoughts in the comments below! The teams have retained their starting elevens for this crucial match. Hardik Pandya wins the toss and elects to field. Both teams have been unchanged from the last match. The teams will play on a good pitch that is likely to have some dew later in the day. In this match‚ the teams will need to score runs to win. The match is scheduled for 1pm. The match was close throughout the game. But when the game reached the last few overs‚ Punjab Kings won by eight wickets. They chased a target of 158 in 16 overs and had eight wickets in hand. It was a big win for the Punjab Kings‚ who improved their net run rate to 79. The win also helped them move up the IPL 2022 Points Table. The Gujarat Titans haven't lost a match in the IPL 2022‚ but they have yet to hit a wrong foot in the competition. In fact‚ their chase of 190 wasn't enough to beat the Punjab Kings‚ as they kept losing wickets regularly. But Rahul Tewatia was the man who kept their self-belief alive by hitting back-to-back sixes off Odeon Smith to win the match. The Punjab Kings are now in fifth position and they will be aiming for a higher score in the next match.

Liam Livingstone smashes three sixes against Mohammed Shami in IPL 2022

In IPL 2022‚ Liam Livingstone hit a jaw-dropping six against a fast bowler - the biggest ever in the tournament! Livingstone hit the ball 117 metres in the air off the first delivery from Mohammed Shami‚ and Kevin Pietersen described it as the biggest six in the tournament! In response‚ Shami walked back to his mark‚ smiling. In the subsequent two balls‚ Livingstone hit two more sixes‚ one of which cleared the fence at 117 metres. He finished the match with six‚ four‚ and two. While PBKS chased 144‚ Livingstone played a quickfire knock of 30 off 10 balls‚ including a huge six that flew over the fence! He then went on to hit a 117-metre six off Shami's next ball! The six was a defining moment in Liam's career‚ and it sent Twitter into a frenzy. The 117-metre six from Livingstone is the most amazing shot in IPL 2022 so far. He had cleared the front leg in the process‚ and then swung his bat hard and hit the ball over deep square leg! It was perhaps the longest six in IPL history! The ball traveled 117 meters in the air and the cricket fraternity was in awe of the incredible shot. Liam Livingstone finished the match for PBKS with four wickets and eight runs! On Monday‚ Punjab Kings defeated the Gujarat Titans by eight wickets. In the 48th IPL match played at the DY Patil Stadium‚ Livingstone hit three sixes off Mohammed Shami. The second six was a 117-meter shot that cleared front leg and went over deep square leg. The final six was a stunning end to a brilliant innings from Livingstone.

Liam Livingstone's innings in IPL 2022

When Punjab Kings captain Mayank Agarwal and Jonny Bairstow fell for just 8 runs‚ Liam Livingstone stepped into the middle. He steadied the ship with some slashing boundaries and fours and eventually made a half-century off 21 deliveries. After his dismissal by Rashid Khan‚ Livingstone converted that dismissal into a half-century as he smashed five sixes and four fours off the bowling of Gujarat bowler Ashish Nehra. He also scored another half-century against Gujarat Titans. In the IPL 2022 season‚ Liam Livingstone is in the limelight for hitting the longest six in the competition. His six over mid-wicket was 108 meters long‚ the longest in the tournament to date. Despite the 108-metre six‚ Livingstone smashed three more boundaries in one over and made 26 runs. Livingstone's knock helped Punjab Kings win the game with four overs to spare. A powerful right-handed batsman‚ Liam has shown his batting prowess in limited time. Earlier this season‚ he made a NatWest Blast debut for Lancashire. He was then glassed in an Ashford bar after the team's win over Kent. Livingstone required 20 stitches after the incident. Liam's knock against the Gujarat Titans on Monday was his second half-century of the season. His innings was also the second-fastest fifty in the season. As for Liam Livingstone's innings‚ it was a memorable moment for both of them. In the 16th over‚ Livingstone hit his first six. This was the highest six hit in the tournament‚ and Pietersen compared it to Dewald Brevis's 112-metre hit in the last year's IPL. Livingstone went on to hit two more sixes off the bowler's next two overs‚ as well as two boundaries and twos.

Liam Livingstone's knock against Shami

Livewired for distance‚ Livingstone hit three sixes off Mohammed Shami in his brief IPL 2022 innings. The Yorkshire batsman broke Dewald Brevis' record of 112-metre sixes with his 117-meter blast. The PBKS opener was chuffed to bits with the shot that found the middle of his bat. Shami‚ for his part‚ was impressed by Livingstone's performance. The Indian fast bowler looked impressed as Livingstone tucked into the ball‚ swinging hard and flogging the ball over deep square leg. This was Livingstone's longest six in IPL history‚ and Kevin Pietersen described it as the biggest six he'd ever seen. His strike was impressive enough that Shami came to the fielding side to check his bat. On the other hand‚ Livingstone's knock against Shami in the last IPL 2022 match against Gujarat Titans will go down as the longest innings in IPL history. Liam Livingstone hit three maximums‚ two fours and a 117-metre six off Mohammed Shami in the 16th over. His knock made Punjab Kings heavy favourites and needed just 27 runs to win‚ but the innings ended with four overs to spare. It was a dramatic end to a memorable IPL season for Liam Livingstone and the Punjab Kings. Liam Livingstone finished with sixes to the boundary and a two-wicket four. He also hit a six in the 117th over‚ which cleared the fence. The six almost cleared the stadium and touched the sky‚ but it was an unstoppable boundary‚ and Livingstone's knock ended on a high note.