Posted on: October 10, 2021 Posted by: Akash Gokhe Comments: 0
fastest fifty in ipl history

Every year new records are made in the IPL, which increases the level of this league every year. It has often been seen that in every season of IPL, some batsman creates a new record. While discussing these unique exploits of IPL, let’s look at the names of ten batsmen who scored the fastest fifty in IPL. There are five Indian batsmen names on this list.

Fastest Fifty In IPL History

PosPlayerAgainstVenueMatch DateBalls Faced6s4sRuns
1KL RahulDCIS Bindra Stadium08 April 2018144651
2Yusuf PathanSRHEden Gardens24 May 2014157572
3Sunil NarineRCBM. Chinnaswamy Stadium07 May 2017154654
4Suresh RainaPBKSWankhede Stadium30 May 20141661287
5Ishan KishanSRHZayed Cricket Stadium08 October 20211641184
6Chris GaylePWIM. Chinnaswamy Stadium23 April 2013171713175
7Hardik PandyaKKREden Gardens28 April 2019179691
8Kieron PollardCSKArun Jaitley Stadium01 May 2021178687
9Adam GilchristDCSupersport Park22 May 20091751085
10Chris MorrisGLArun Jaitley Stadium27 April 2016178482

 

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KL Rahul

KL Rahul

Indian team’s right-handed batsman KL Rahul holds the record for making the fastest fifty in IPL history. During season 11 of IPL, Rahul, playing for Kings XI Punjab, against Delhi Capitals and scored the fastest fifty in 2018 by playing a stormy inning of 51 runs in just 14 balls. This stormy innings of Rahul played on the ground of Mohali included 6 fours and 4 sixes. This is the fastest fifty so far in IPL history. With this, this is the third-fastest half-century in T20 cricket so far. Before KL Rahul, the record for the fastest fifty was in the name of Sunil Narine and Yusuf Pathan of the KKR team.

Yusuf Pathan

Yusuf Pathan

Yusuf Pathan, the only Indian to score the fastest century in the IPL, has also scored the second-fastest fifty in the IPL tournament. Yusuf Pathan completed his half-century in just 15 balls during IPL 7 in the year 2014 against Sunrisers Hyderabad at the Eden Gardens at his team KKR’s home ground. In this match, Pathan scored 72 runs with the help of 7 sixes and 5 fours.

Sunil Narine

Sunil Narine

KKR’s amazing all-rounder Sunil Narine has hit the third-fastest fifty in IPL history. In IPL season 10, Sunil Narine completed his fifty in 15 balls while playing against Royal Challengers Bangalore. Narine hit 4 sixes and 6 fours in his quick innings of 54 runs. Sunil Narine scored the fastest 50 in 2017.

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Suresh Raina

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Suresh Raina is known as the star batsman of IPL team Chennai Super Kings. Raina has played many wonderful stormy innings for CSK. Suresh Raina played an innings of 87 runs in 25 balls for his team against Kings XI Punjab in the year 2014. Before Raina, the record of scoring the fastest half-century for Chennai was in the name of team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Dhoni had scored a half-century for Chennai in just 20 balls, but Raina scored his half-century in just 16 balls.

Ishan Kishan

Ishan Kishan

Mumbai Indians wicket-keeper batsman Ishan Kishan scored a total of 84 runs in 32 balls, in which Ishan hit 11 fours and 4 sixes. Ishaan scored a half-century in just 16 balls while batting stormy against Sunrisers Hyderabad at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium. Ishaan has scored the fastest fifty of 2021.

Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle

West Indies left-handed batsman Chris Gayle’s name remains in almost every IPL record. Gayle occupies the fifth position in the list of fastest fifty in IPL. In the year 2013, when Gayle scored the fastest century of IPL in 30 balls, in the same match, he also completed his fifty in 17 balls. Gayle played a historic inning of 175 not out in 66 balls in this match.

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Hardik Pandya

Hardik Pandya

In the year 2019, Mumbai Indians all-rounder player Hardik Pandya scored 50 runs in just 17 balls. Hardik completed 50 runs in 17 balls. He scored 91 runs in 34 balls. This innings included 6 fours and 9 sixes. During this, Hardik’s strike rate was 267.64. This is the fastest fifty of the 12th season of IPL so far.

Kieron Pollard

Kieron Pollard

Mumbai Indians’ experienced all-rounder Kieron Pollard has become the fastest batsman to score a fifty in IPL 2021. Pollard completed his half-century in 17 balls against Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the 27th match of the IPL. Pollard hit 3 fours and 6 sixes in this match.

Adam Gilchrist

Adam Gilchrist

Captain of Deccan Chargers Adam Gilchrist scored his fifty in just 17 balls against Delhi Daredevils in 2009. In this innings, Gilchrist scored 85 runs in just 35 balls, hitting 5 sixes and 10 fours.

Chris Morris

Chris Morris

In the thrilling match at Arun Jaitley Stadium, Morris played an unbeaten inning of 82 runs in just 32 balls. Morris made his half-century in 17 balls, his innings included 8 sixes and 4 fours. Morris hit the fastest fifty of IPL 2016

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Which player scored the fastest fifty in IPL history?

     Ans-  The record for the fastest fifty in the IPL is held by Punjab Kings captain KL Rahul, who scored his half-century in 2018 against Delhi Capitals playing just 14 balls.

  • Who scored the fastest fifty in the IPL 2021?

      Ans-  Mumbai Indians batsman Ishan Kishan hit the fastest fifty in IPL 2021 He achieved the landmark in just 16 balls

  • Who scored the fastest fifty in the IPL 2020?

      Ans- Punjab Kings batsman Nicholas Pooran scored the fastest fifty in the year 2020 IPL. Nicholas completed his half-century in 17 balls.

 

So these were the players who made the fastest 50 in the history of IPL, in which there is not much difference, but as you all know that records are broken and made with every single ball in IPL, we hope you enjoy this article of ours. You must have felt and you must have got the right information, if you want, you can also share it on social media and with your friends.

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