Fastest to a half-century in the T20 WC (2007-2022)
Yuvraj Singh’s iconic six-sixes knock leads the chart where he went on to smash a quickfire 50 of just 12 deliveries in the inaugural edition of the T20 WC in Durban against England.
The big man Aussie, Marcus Stoinis reached a half-century in just 17 balls against Sri Lanka on the bouncy wicket of Perth this year helping the team with a much-needed victory.
The Dutchman Stephen Myburgh scored a rapid-fire 50 of 17 deliveries against the Irish side in 2014’s edition of the game at Sylhet and went on to smash 63 runs at the strike rate of 273.91.
Glenn Maxwell comes in at No. 4 who achieved the feat in a mere 18 deliveries against the Pakistani team in Mirpur back in the 2014 edition of the game.
Losing hopes for the semi-final the India side went on a carnage against the Scottish side, where KL Rahul led the charge with his 18-ball fifty in the 2021 T20 WC in Dubai.
The legendary Pakistani batter Shoaib Malik proved his mettle yet again by smashing 18 balls fifty against fragile Scotland in the batter’s den, Sharjah in the 2021 World Cup.
Mohammad Ashraful unleashed carnage against the Caribbean side back in 2007 by smashing scintillating for Bangladesh in just 20 deliveries.
Yuvraj Singh had a dream run in the game’s inaugural edition in the South African condition and features in the list with a 20-ball fifty against the mighty Australian team against the young Indian gunners.
Pakistan’s best man in the campaign for this edition in Australia, Shadab Khan scored a rapid-fire half-century in just 20 balls against South Africa to keep their hopes alive in the World Cup ahead.