In IPL Players all over the world compete against each other for different the trophy but also for different titles. One of those titles is fastest fifty, which is currently held by Pat Cummins and KL Rahul, who has scored fifty in just 14 balls.
Pat Cummins scored the fifty in 2022 for KKR against MI and KL Rahul scored the fifty in 2018 for KXIP against Delhi Capitals. In today’s IPL cricket, KL Rahul and Pat Cummings hold the record for the fastest fifty with only 14 balls.
IPL’s Fastest Fifty
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It was in 2018 that KL Rahul broke the record for the fastest fifty in the IPL, and no one has been able to break that record since then. However, this year, while playing for KKR against MI, Pat Cumming smashed his fifty in just 14 balls, tying KL Rahul for the fastest fifty in IPL history.
Cummings came in the 14th over, and when KKR was in a dire situation, he came like a lifeline for the team and brought victory by showing stunning cricket gameplay.
Rahul scored a half-century against Delhi Capitals in just 14 balls in April 2018 while playing for Punjab Kings. It is still the fastest half-century in IPL history.
Rahul was unstoppable on this day. Rahul began in fifth gear and never let up as he pursued Delhi’s modest 167-point goal. Rahul delivered one of the most exceptional knocks Mohali has ever witnessed, including six fours and four sixes.
In 2014, he brought down the Eden Gardens roof during a match against Sunrisers Hyderabad. Hyderabad was limited to 160/7 in their 20 overs when batting first.
The aggressive right-hander, who then held the record for the fastest fifty in IPL history with a half-century in just 15 balls, completely destroyed the SRH bowlers.
As Yusuf concluded with 72 off just 22 balls and his innings were peppered with five fours and seven maximums, not a single SRH bowler was spared.
In IPL 2017 Match 46 vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, Narine demonstrated supremely brutish striking. KKR was attempting to reach a 159-run mark. At a half-century off 15 balls, Narine smashed the RCB to all corners, making even the chase look easy.
This is third on the list of the 50 fastest IPL players. He eventually scored 54 off 17 balls, with 6 fours and 4 sixes in his innings.
In 2014, Raina displayed a form that few had ever seen before against the Punjab Kings. There has never been a 227-run goal in IPL history, but Raina had other plans.
He began middling the ball right away, and in just 16 balls, he reached his half-century, one of the IPL’s fastest half-centuries ever. Raina scored 87 off just 25 balls, hitting 12 fours and 6 sixes during his innings.
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