Fastest fifties in T20 World Cup 2022: Who’s on top?

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Fastest Fifties in T20 World Cup 2022

Fastest fifties in T20 World Cup 2022: The eighth edition of the T20 World Cup 2022 once again delivered performances that cherished the whole world. Some players were seen opened their and played shots as freely as possible and added into the all-time list of fastest fifties in T20 International.

Let’s take a quick look at the players who smashed fastest fifties in T20 World Cup 2022.

  1. Curtis Campher, Ireland – 25 balls

The Irish all-rounder left all stunned with his impeccable knock in the qualifiers game when he struck a brilliant 72 not out off just 32 to help his side win the important match and stay in Super 12 contention.

Thanks to his knock, Ireland claimed a 177-run target in 19 overs. He recorded fifty in 25 balls during the run-chase.

  1. Suryakumar Yadav, India – 23 balls

Mr.360 of world cricket, Suryakumar Yadav, who is also the no.1 ranked batter in T20 rankings. Once again entertained the fans after his 25 ball 50 against Netherland earlier.

This time the fearless batter smashed a half-century in just 23 balls to guide India to 186 runs in 20 overs in team India’s last Super 12 game. Which the men in blue won by 71 runs.

  1. Litton Das, Bangladesh – 21 balls

The opening batter of team Bangladesh, put the Indian bowlers on toes while chasing a target of 185. Das was just unstoppable in the chase and scored a half-century in just 21 deliveries.

He got run-out unfortunately while he was on 60 in 27 balls in a rain-halted game. And later The Tigers lost the 16-over per side match by 5 runs.

  1. Shadab Khan, Pakistan – 20 balls

The vice-captain of team Pakistan played the innings of his life on the most crucial day of Pakistan’s campaign in the marquee event.

Batting first, Pakistan lost their fifth wicket on 95 in 13 overs when Shadab came to crease.

But he changed the whole scenario of the game with his power packed performance. He shot a blazing half-century in just 20 balls and helped his side post a massive score of 185 in 20 overs.

Pakistan bowlers did the remaining work in the game and restricted the Proteas for just 108 and won the match by 33 runs due to DLS in a 14-over game.

  1. Marcus Stoinis, Australia – 17 balls

During the 19th match of the tournament, Australia was chasing 158 against Sri Lanka and lost their 3 wickets on 89 in 12.2 overs. Then came Marcus Stoinis on crease and blasted the fastest fifty of the tournament by hitting in just 17 balls.

His knock helped the side claim a 7-wicket win over Sri Lanka and strengthen their chances for semis. Which they later failed to achieve and knocked out of the tournament.


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