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[Watch] Nepal's Dipendra Singh Airee Joins Yuvraj, Pollard With Hallmark Six Sixes Vs Qatar

Nepal finisher Dipendra Singh Airee scripts history vs Qatar (X.com)Nepal finisher Dipendra Singh Airee scripts history vs Qatar (X.com)

In an astonishing moment, Nepalese batter Dipendra Singh Airee recreated Yuvraj Singh's historic record to smash six sixes in an over against Qatar in an ACC Men's T20I Premier Cup match.

The eternal memories of Yuvraj Singh's onslaught against Stuart Broad in 2007 were reminisced by Nepalese destructive batter Dipendra Singh Airee earlier today in a Premier Cup match against Qatar.

Batting first, Nepal was off to a good start, with Aasif Sheikh and Kushal Malla contributing heavily before Airee walked out to unleash unreal carnage.

With his team looking to accelerate the run rate, Airee seized the moment and unleashed a barrage of sixes that left the opposition reeling. 

In the final over of the Nepal innings, Dipendra Singh Airee trashed Kamran Khan for six consecutive sixes to bring up 36 runs for his side and become the only third batter to achieve the feat in shortest format. 

Airee's carnage for sure brought back memories of Yuvraj Singh's six-sixes assault against Stuart Broad back in 2007.

Notably, this isn't the first time Dipendra has pulled off a crazy stunt. Previously, in Asian games, he slammed six successive maximums in two overs combined. However, this time, Airee raised the bar to become the only first batter to hit six successive sixes on two occasions.

Notably, Dipendra Singh Airee also holds the record for the fastest fifty in T20I history when he slammed a nine-ball fifty against Mongolia in the Asian Games.

As news of Airee's extraordinary achievement spreads, it will undoubtedly generate buzz and admiration within the cricketing community.

Courtesy of Dipendra Singh Airee's staggering 21-ball 64-run finish, Nepal managed to set up a 211-run target for Qatar.