Star Pakistan batsman continues to re-write the record books.
Pakistan’s Shahid Afridi became the first cricketer to hit 400 sixes in an international career on Saturday.
Afridi reached the landmark in the 16th over of Pakistan’s reply to the West Indies’ 152 for seven in the first Twenty20 international.
Chris Gayle, playing for the West Indies, is next on the list having hit 353 sixes in his Test, ODI and T20 career.
Bursting onto the international scene as just a 17-year-old has helped Afridi hit the historic mark along with his amazing ability to pick up the line and length of the ball very quickly, helping him attackk in almost any conditions.