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WATCH: Ollie Davies smashes an outrageous inside-out six off Rashid Khan
By SMCS - Jan 1, 2022 3:20 pm
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Big Bash League has been going around in full swing where Ollie Davies made headlines with a stunning six. This happened during the 28th Match between Adelaide Strikers and Sydney Thunder. Sydney Thunder won the toss and opted to bat as well.

Ollie Davies

However, after having a steady start, youngster Jason Sangha took on the opposition. However, he got support from Sam Billings and Ollie Davies as well. Meanwhile, Davies smashed Rashid Khan for a SIX. The ball dropped short and at the stumps, which Davies hit over the cover after making room. While he timed the ball well, it crossed the boundary line for a maximum as well.

Cricket Australia, however, shared the six in a post as well. They shared, “Not many can pull this off against Rashid… Outrageous from Ollie Davies! A BKT Golden Moment | #BBL11”

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Meanwhile, Sam Billings has also praised the shot of Ollie Davies. He wrote: Shot of the tournament! Unbelievable. First game in 3 months for Ollie as well Rolling on the floor laughing Clapping hands sign

However, Sydney Thunder won the game by 22 runs where Sangha smashed a quickfire 91 as well. After the win, Jason Sangha, who won the Player of the Match opened up on his knock as well.

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“It was pretty tough early. Frankie (Daniel Worrall) was swinging the ball. It’s always tough to face Rashid early in the innings. Him and Fuzzy (Fawad Ahmed) started really well. At the ten over mark, I said sorry. I knew, with Surge to come, I could capitalize. I was lucky at times as well. Shorty helped me out in the boundary. It was a good night. I have had a lot of support, especially from the coaches. Only halfway through the tournament, it’s nice to score some runs early but it’s important that I carry this momentum towards the back end of the tournament as well,” he added.