Harry Brook smoked six consecutive fours in Saud Shakeel's over
England started brilliantly as both the openers were smashing boundaries all over the ground against Pakistan in their first Test at Rawalpindi cricket stadium.
Zak Crawley (122) and Ben Duckett (107) registered a 200-run opening stand against the home side. Thus putting more pressure on the bowling side.
As England lost their three wickets, batters Ollie Pope and Harry Brook stood like a wall and registered another 100-run partnership.
Skipper Babar Azam handed the ball to Saud Shakeel, and Harry Brook smoked six consecutive fours, putting more pressure on the bowlers struggling from the start.
This is not the first time a bowler has conceded six consecutive boundaries in an over.
Here are the instances when batters achieved this unique feat: