[Watch] Twitter Reacts on Andre Fletcher 100 Meter ‘No Look Six’

In the final match of a major tournament, nothing beats delivering an outstanding performance. Andre Fletcher of MI Emirates did just that by hitting a massive six without even looking at the ball.

MI Emirates’ Strong Start

MI Emirates chose to bat first, and their openers, Muhammed Waseem and Kusal Perera, got off to a great start. By the end of the powerplay, they had scored 72 runs without losing any wickets. They were hitting the ball hard, putting pressure on the Dubai Capitals bowlers.

Zahir Khan Breaks the Partnership

The opening partnership was finally broken in the seventh over by Zahir Khan. Despite this setback, MI Emirates was in a good position. It was now up to Andre Fletcher to continue the momentum and help his team set a solid total.

Fletcher’s Moment of Brilliance

Andre Fletcher hadn’t had the best tournament leading up to the final, but he was determined to make an impact. Coming in to bat, he had high hopes of contributing significantly. He reached his fifty with a stunning ‘no look six.’

Andre Fletcher 100 Meter Incredible Six

On the last ball of the 16th over, Scott Kuggeleijn bowled a full-length delivery, expecting Fletcher to drive it conventionally. But Fletcher had other plans. He quickly made room through his front leg and smashed the ball for a massive six over long-on. The ball traveled a staggering 110 meters, showcasing Fletcher’s unique ‘no look’ style shot. After the shot, Fletcher shared a smile with Kuggeleijn, celebrating his incredible stroke.

Twitter Reacts

Twitter exploded with reactions to Fletcher’s mammoth six. People couldn’t believe what they had just witnessed and shared their amazement on social media.

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Andre Fletcher’s exceptional ‘no look six’ not only amazed the crowd but also lit up social media. It was a moment of brilliance on the grandest stage, showcasing Fletcher’s talent and adding to the excitement of the final match

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