Watch: RCB Batter Hits 5 Straight Sixes On Full Toss Of The Sixth Ball

Only a mistimed shot on a high full toss prevented the player from making it six out of six.
Watch: RCB Batter Hits 5 Straight Sixes On Full Toss Of The Sixth Ball

Will Jacks, an all-rounder for England, played to the best of his ability during Thursday's T20 Blast match between Middlesex and Surrey. Jacks, who was injured and missed the most recent Indian Premier League (IPL) season, struck Luke Hollman for five consecutive sixes in the 11th over. He came close to making it six out six, but mistimed his shot on a high full toss. Jacks came within a hair's breadth of tying the mark held by former South African batter Herschelle Gibbs and India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh.

Jacks missed his pull shot to deep midwicket on the last delivery of the over, scoring just one run. He was obviously sad that he didn't get the chance to get into the history books.

When playing in the second ODI between England and Bangladesh in Mirpur earlier this year, Jacks, who RCB paid Rs 3.2 crore for in the player auction in December of last year, experienced a muscular injury.

Jacks made his England debuts in all three formats this year, first earning T20I and Test caps in Pakistan and then taking the field in his first ODI in Bangladesh.

In relation to the game, Jacks made 96 off 45 deliveries, while Laurie Evans added 85 off 37 balls to lead Surrey to a huge total of 252/7 at The Oval.

With four balls remaining, Middlesex was able to successfully chase down the score.

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Max Holden stayed unbeaten on, while captain Stephen Eskinazi led the group with his 39-ball 73.

Middlesex, though, easily outscored the total with four balls remaining.

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Max Holden continued to stay unbeaten on 65 off 38 balls, while captain Stephen Eskinazi lead the group with his 39-ball 73.