WATCH: Liam Livingstone smashes the biggest Six ever – Ball lands out of Headingly

England’s middle order batsman Liam Livingstone who started the series on fire by scoring the fastest century by a English batsman in the first match of the T20 series against Pakistan at Nottingham, has continued his lethal form in the second ODI T20 as well. The batsman seems to be in great touch with the bat. After scoring a brilliant hundred in the first match he continued his dream form by scoring 38 in just 23 balls today at Leeds in the second match of the T20 series.

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However, the centre of attraction of tonight’s jam-packed match was undoubtedly Liam Livingstone’s monstrous six. The Englishman chose violence in the 15th over and hit a 121.96 metres six off Pakistani pacer Haris Rauf on the very first delivery to send it miles out and away from the Headingley stadium. It is being reported that Liam Livingstone might just have hit the biggest six ever in recent cricket History.

While batting first at Leeds England scored a mammoth total of 200 all thanks to Jos Buttler’s quickfire 59, Moeen Ali’s 36 and Livingstone 38. M Hasnain picked 3 wickets and Imad Wasim and H Rauf picked 2 wicket each from Pakistani side.

While chasing the total of 201,Pakistan able to score just 155 runs in 20 Over. Rizwan and Shadab scored 37 and 36 respectively. Saqib Mahmood picked 3 wickets and Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali picked 2 wickets each from the English side.

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With the absence of skipper Eoin Morgan, the stand by skipper Jos Buttler led the team from from by scoring 59 runs also spot-on with his bowling changes and fielding changes

Moeen Ali adjudged as player of the match for his brilliant all-round performance.

With Series levels with 1-1 , hoping for a cracking decider match on Manchester on Tuesday 20th July.

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