England hits record 24 sixes in ODI history

The previous record, of 23 sixes, was set by West Indies just seven days ago in the first match of the ODI series.

Jos Buttler hits a six during the 4th ODI match against West Indies at the Grenada National Stadium.   -  Getty Images

England blasted a world record 24 sixes in the fourth One-Day International against the West Indies at Grenada's National Stadium on Wednesday.

Jos Buttler had the honour of smashing the record 24th six over deep midwicket in the last over, bringing up his 150 in the process.

West Indies had set the previous record of 23 sixes in an innings just seven days ago in the first match between the two sides in Bridgetown.

England eventally totalled 418 for six after being put into bat.

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