Canterbury batsman Leo Carter emulated the likes of Gary Sobers and Yuvraj Singh by smashing six sixes in an over during a Super Smash T20 match in Christchurch on Sunday.
The left-hander smashed 36 runs against Northern Districts spinner Anton Devcich in the 16th over, producing some powerful leg-side hitting at Hagley Oval.
"I basically just stepped across and swung as hard as I could," the 25-year-old told Sky Sport.
"I'm not so sure I got many off the middle, but there's a pretty short boundary there, so they just carried over - I was pretty thankful for that."
Carter finished with an unbeaten 70 off 29 balls, as Canterbury chased down an imposing target of 220 with seven balls to spare.
A New Zealander had never hit six sixes in an over before and Carter was just the seventh time in history at a top domestic level or higher.
The other players to achieve the feat include Sobers (1968) and Ravi Shastri (1985) in first-class games, Herschelle Gibbs (2007) in a one-day international, Yuvraj Singh (2007) in a T20 international, and Ross Whiteley (2017) and Hazratullah Zazai (2018) in domestic T20 games.
Carter is the son of White Ferns coach Bob Carter.