New Delhi: Former South African batsman Hershelle Gibbs is widely regarded as one of the most dangerous batsmen to have played the game.
The attacking right-hander, who represented the Proteas in 90 Tests and 248 ODIs, also has a rare record to his name.
Playing in the ICC World Cup 2007, Gibbs became the first man in the history of international cricket to score six sixes in an over.
Netherlands’ Daan van Bunge was ripped apart as Gibbs hammered him to all parts of the ground. Gibbs shifted gears in the 30th over of the innings where he tonked a record six sixes.
Watch Gibbs' brutal assault here: