5 balls, 5 consecutive sixes… 19 year old batsman’s blast, sensational innings created panic


In the Caribbean Premier League, South Africa’s 19-year-old batsman Devald Brevis batted brilliantly and gave an unbeaten 30 runs in just 6 balls.



TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Sumit Sundriyal



Sep 22, 2022, 11:04 PM IST





There is still about 6 months left in IPL 2023 but the fans of Mumbai Indians must be wishing for the tournament to start from now on. Yes why not? After all, the 5-time champion has some great batsmen, who are ready to set fire to the new season. One of them is 19-year-old Dewald Brevis, who presented a spectacular display of explosive batting in the Caribbean Premier League. (Photo: BCCI)

Bullying his bat in the CPL, young South African batsman Devald Brevis created a panic by smashing 30 runs in just 6 balls against Trinbago Knight Riders.  (Photo: BCCI)

Bullying his bat in the CPL, young South African batsman Devald Brevis created a panic by smashing 30 runs in just 6 balls against Trinbago Knight Riders. (Photo: BCCI)

Playing for St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, Brevis hit six consecutive sixes in the last 3 balls of Windies spinner Akil Hossain in the 19th over.  (Photo: Twitter)

Playing for St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, Brevis hit six consecutive sixes in the last 3 balls of Windies spinner Akil Hossain in the 19th over. (Photo: Twitter)

Brevis did not stop here and after that he came on strike on the fifth and sixth balls of the last over and he also sent these two balls for sixes.  In this way, Brevis spread the sensation by sending 5 consecutive balls for 6 runs.  (Photo: CPL)

Brevis did not stop here and after that he came on strike on the fifth and sixth balls of the last over and he also sent these two balls for sixes. In this way, Brevis spread the sensation by sending 5 consecutive balls for 6 runs. (Photo: CPL)

Brevis made his mark with the Under-19 World Cup this year, after which Mumbai was bought for Rs 3 crore in the IPL auction.  Brevis got chances in few matches, but the young batsman showed his ability to hit big shots in those matches as well.  (Photo: BCCI)

Brevis made his mark with the Under-19 World Cup this year, after which Mumbai was bought for Rs 3 crore in the IPL auction. Brevis got chances in few matches, but the young batsman showed his ability to hit big shots in those matches as well. (Photo: BCCI)


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