With the introduction of T20I cricket, the batsmen have become a lot of more fearless in terms of their approach towards batting. That’s evident not just in the shortest format, but in ODIs as well. Terms such as textbook technique, patience, and early caution have gone out of the window.
Those, who have the ability to hit big sixes, at will, reign supreme in the sport nowadays. Throughout history, there have been some batsmen who were renowned for their gung-ho approach, coming out all guns blazing, having just one motive, to clear the fence.
With that said, today, we will look at some of the top six-hitters of the game, albeit, only those who are still around.
Here are the top ten active batsmen with most sixes in ODIs:
10) Aaron Finch (Australia) – 119
Australia’s skipper Aaron Finch is well renowned for his explosive style of batting. The 33-year-old made his debut in 2013 and has come a long way since. In the seven years since Finch has played 126 ODI matches for the Aussies, having amassed 4882 in the process, including 16 centuries and 26 fifties.
The right-handed batsman has an average of 41.02, and he has hit a mammoth 119 sixes in ODIs, therefore, Finch ranks at number ten on this list.