The inaugural edition of the World T20 in 2007 is etched in the minds of the Indian cricket fans for a number of reasons. India had won the title beating arch-rival Pakistan under the leadership of young Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
However, one of the many moments that the T20 World Cup is still remembered by the cricket fans, not only in India but across the globe, is the six massive sixes hit by Yuvraj Singh.
It was on September 19, 2007, when Yuvraj brought the world on its feet with a feat that had only been done once before in international cricket. In the group game against England, the flamboyant Indian all-rounder slammed Stuart Broad for six sixes in an over at Kingsmead in Durban.
It was in the 19th over of the Indian innings when the Men in Blue were 171 for 3 and the team was aiming for some big shorts to get to a huge first inning score. Yuvraj and Dhoni were at the crease and England captain Paul Collingwood gave the ball to Broad.
The left-handed all-rounder had an altercation with Andrew Flintoff after he hit him for two fours in the 18th over. On-field umpires had to step in and calm down both the players. However, it seemed Yuvraj was not at peace and was not done and he took out his wrath on Broad by hitting him for six consecutive sixes.
Watch the sixes hit by Yuvraj
With the help of those six sixes, Yuvraj finished up with 58 in just 16 balls and help India post 218 runs in their stipulated quota of 20 overs. In reply, England were restricted to 200 for 6 giving India an 18-run win.