5. Junaid Siddique (109 m)- 2022

UAE faced Sri Lanka in the sixth match of the 20-20 World Cup 2022. Chasing 153 to win, UAE lost nine batters for a total of 56. However, on the second delivery of the 17th over, Junaid Siddique stunned everyone. The cricketer, known for his right-arm medium-fast bowling, hit a 109-metre maximum.

4. Misbah-ul-Haq (111 m)- 2007

Pakistan faced Australia in the 18th game of the first edition of the 20-20 World Cup in 2007. Nathan Bracken was holding the ball for Australia to defend 12 runs in the nineteenth over of the game. Misbah took Pakistan in close quarters of the total with a 111-meter six on the third delivery of Bracken’s over.

3. Andre Russell (111 m)- 2021

West Indian batters were struggling to score runs against Australian bowlers in a Super 12 match of the 20-20 World Cup 2021. Russel proved to be a threat for Aussie pacer Mitchell Starc in the final over of the West Indies innings, wreaked havoc on the speedster by hitting two sixes on the last two deliveries of the innings. His six on the penultimate ball travelled an incredible 111 metres.

2. Liam Livingstone (112 m)- 2021

In the 20-20 World Cup 2021 match against South Africa, Livingstone hit Kagiso Rabada, one of South Africa’s best bowlers, for two enormous sixes. One of the hits that went over square leg travelled 112 metres, breaking Russell’s previous record of 111 metres.

1. Yuvraj Singh (119 m)- 2007

His crucial 70-run knock of 30 balls against Australia in the tournament’s semi-finals holds a special place in history. On the last delivery of the tenth over, Yuvraj smashed Brett Lee’s delivery over the square leg, clearing the stands and becoming the tournament’s longest maximum by covering 119 metres.