The ICC T20 World Cup is one of the most exciting and thrilling tournaments in cricket. The T20 format is known for its fast-paced, high-scoring matches, and the ICC T20 World Cup is no exception. This blog will look at the fastest fifty in ICC T20 World Cup history.
Yuvraj Singh holds the Record
The fastest fifty in ICC T20 World Cup history was scored by Yuvraj Singh of India in the 2007 edition of the tournament. Yuvraj smashed his way to a fifty in just 12 balls in a match against England in Durban. His innings included six sixes in an over off the bowling of Stuart Broad, which remains a record in international cricket to this day.
Yuvraj’s innings were crucial for India as they chased England’s target of 218 runs in just 19.4 overs. His blistering knock helped India win the match by 18 runs and propelled them to the Super Eight stage of the tournament.
In conclusion, the ICC T20 World Cup has witnessed some incredible innings over the years, with some of the world’s best batsmen showcasing their skills in the shortest format of the game. Yuvraj Singh’s 12-ball fifty remains the fastest in the tournament’s history, and it will be interesting to see if any batsman can break this record in the upcoming editions of the ICC T20 World Cup.