The 25-year-old left-handed batsman blasted India’s bowlers for 125 runs with 12 sixes and 6 fours at Sabina Park on Sunday.
The record for maximums in a T20 game is held by Australia’s Aaron Finch who hit 14 sixes against England in Southampton in August 2013.
“My son could have tried to hit three more sixes to top the record but he was unaware,” Dawn Lewis said. “He is capable of doing so, but anyhow, it was more about winning the match and we won against the stronger Indian team.”
Lewis is also in the company of Chris Gayle and Brendon McCullum who all have registered more than one century in the T20 games.
“McCullum is no more playing, my son has a good chance to create history in the T20 matches,” his mother continued. “Evin is young and has lot of cricket to play. Gayle too has this chance. It also depends on who plays more T20 matches now.
“I guess T20 format is my son’s favorite. This is because limited over games are becoming more popular. The latest victory against India means a lot to him seeing the West Indies team back on the winning circle and lifting a trophy once again.”
He has toured UAE, Sri Lanka, Morocco and Malaysia, to name a few, and contributes to a large number of newspapers in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
His twitter bio reads: Eat cricket stories, drink cricket stories, sleep cricket stories.