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Who is the most overconfident player in cricket history?


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Andrew Flintoff against India

Yuvraj Singh had crushed six sixes off a Stuart Broad over to guide the Indians to the semi-last of the debut release of the ICC World T20 that occurred in South Africa in 2007 and pretty much every cricket fan knows what fuelled had Yuvraj Singh to take on Broad for that uncommon accomplishment - a verbal stalemate with Andrew Flintoff in the past finished.

Aamir Sohail against India :

It was an India versus Pakistan experience at the quarter-last phase of the 1996 ICC Cricket WCC. Controlled by Navjot Singh Sidhu's battling 93 and Ajay Jadeja's 25-ball 45, the 'Men dressed in Blue' had posted an impressive 287 sudden spikes in demand for the scoreboard for Pakistan to pursue down.

The Pakistani pursue had started with a blast. Both their openers, Aamir Sohail and Saeed Anwar, began playing shots towards practically each and every edge of the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium to give Pakistan a solid beginning. While Anwar tumbled to Javagal Srinath with the score at 84, Aamir Sohail kept on abusing the Indian bowling line-up by scoring his fifty at more than run a ball. Simultaneously, he had hit one Venkatesh Prasad conveyance to the limit and later followed it up by directing the area toward Prasad with his bat as though to state, "Proceed to bring it." Come the following conveyance and Aamir Sohail got extensively bowled by Prasad while attempting to rehash his past shot. The tables had turned. This time, an energized Venkatesh Prasad gave Sohail a vivified farewell.

Eventually, India dominated the match by 39 rushes to progress to the semi-finals of the 1996 ICC WCC.

Glenn Maxwell against New Zealand

It was a Group Stage match of the 2015 ICC WCC and it was Australia and New Zealand who were facing each other at Eden Park, Auckland. While pursuing the Australian all out of 151 runs, the Kiwis were practically nearly a breakdown and at one phase were tumbling at 146/9 with six additional rushes to go.

It was the Aussie speedster, Mitchell Starc, who had gotten consecutive wickets during the penultimate over of the match to bring the Kiwi number 11, Trent Boult on the pitch. It was actually by then of time when Glenn Maxwell made a motion to the Kiwi horde of getting stifled. Before long, Kane Williamson caned Mitchell Marsh for a game dominating over-limit and Newzealand dominate the game by 1 wickets.



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