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Boom Boom Shahid Afridi broke the record for most sixes (272 sixes) in One day internationals

Asia Cup 2010: Skipper Shahid Afridi smashed a glorious 124 runs off 60 balls as Pakistan ended their Asia Cup campaign with a 139 run rout of Bangladesh on 21 June.
Afridi plundered 17 boundaries and 4 sixes to lead Pakistan to their highest one day total of 385-7, before Bangladesh replied with 246-5 in the day night match.Boom Boom Shahid Afridi broke the record also for most sixes (272 sixes) in One day internationals,
Junaid Siddique top scored for Bangladesh with 97 runs after sharing a second wicket stand of 160 with Imrul Kayes, who made 66 runs.
Boom Boom Shahid Afridi reached his century off 53 balls, it was the 6th fastest hundred in ODIs.
Pakistan's total surpassed their previous best of 371-9 against Sri Lanka in Nairobi in 1996, a match in which Afridi cracked the fastest one day century ever off 37 balls.

Pakistan, who had lost narrowly to both India and Sri Lanka, used the game to display their batting power after openers Imran Farhat (66 runs) and Shahzaib Hasan (50run) put on 81 by the 13th over.
There was another half century from Umar Akmal, who made 50 runs during a 5th wicket stand of 136 with Afridi.
Pakistan hammered 120 runs in the last nine overs as the Bangladesh bowling wilted under the spectacular assault.

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