5. Haris Rauf’s bouncer to Bas de Leede

Pacer Haris Rauf perfectly laid out Pakistan’s intentions to get back on track during their game against the Netherlands with a nasty bouncer that injured batter Bas de Leede. Haris bowled a short delivery on the fifth delivery of the sixth over, which surprised the batter and hit him on the helmet.

4. Junaid Siddiqui’s 109 M six

UAE’s No. 10 batsman, Junaid Siddiqui, hit a 109m skyscraper six off Dushmantha Chamira in the 17th over of the First Stage match against Sri Lanka. The six was so long that the ball landed on the stadium’s roof.

3. Free hit-byes

The final over of India’s run chase was dramatic. Kohli smashed a six off a waist-high full toss, resulting in a no-ball. Nawaz bowled Kohli out on the next ball, but because it was a free hit, the former India captain was safe. As the ball trickled down towards third-man, Virat and Dinesh Karthik ran three byes.

2. Last ball no ball

The game between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe went down to the wire as the latter needed just five runs to win the match. Muzarabani was stumped off Mosaddek, However, the umpires referred the stumping to the third umpire, and the replay revealed that the wicketkeeper had collected the ball in front of the stumps, rendering the stumping invalid.

1. Kohli’s two sixes against Haris Rauf

In India’s first match of the competition, Virat Kohli scored 82 runs in 53 balls against Pakistan. The 33-year-old played a stunning knock to chase down 160 runs at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The game-changing moment came in the 19th over when Virat hit two sixes against Haris Rauf.