Hazratullah Zazai

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Tymal Mills. Image-Twitter
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Tymal Mills Was Disappointed And Frustrated To Miss Crunch Matches Of 2021 T20I World Cup

Tymal Mills, England pacer, said that missing out on the crucial matches of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup because of a right thigh strain was very frustrating.

The 29-year-old pacer didn’t play in England’s last two matches of the tournament. England lost their semi-finals to New Zealand in Abu Dhabi.

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Tymal Mills Photograph: Ian Kington/AFP/Getty Images

Tymal Mills Was A Surprise Inclusion In 2021 T20I World Cup England Squad

Tymal Mills was among the 15-strong squad England announced for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021. Tymal Mills last played a T20I in 2018, as part of a World XI that took on West Indies at Lord’s, and his latest appearance for England goes further back to February 2017 in a T20I against India in Bengaluru. His pace helped the England team offset the loss of Jofra Archer, who was sidelined for the rest of the year with an elbow injury.

Reece Topley
Reece Topley. (Photo Source: Getty Images)

However, the 29-year-old suffered an injury during the match against Sri Lanka at Sharjah Cricket Stadium and was ruled out, and Reece Topley was announced as his replacement. Tymal Mills did well in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021, as he was able to bag 7 wickets in 4 games at an average of 15.42 and an economy of 8.00.

Tymal Mills Feels Good To Return In Abu Dhabi T10 League But Was Disappointed After Picking Up An Injury In 2021 T20I WC And Missing Crucial Games

The left-arm quick is now making a return and starred in two wins for Deccan Gladiators in the Abu Dhabi T10 played at Zayed Cricket Stadium.

“It’s feeling good,” Mills said after the Gladiators defeated Northern Warriors by six wickets on Tuesday.

“Obviously very disappointed to pick up an injury during the World Cup. It wasn’t a bad injury. So, I knew it would be a couple of weeks. But, yes, it was very frustrating to miss the end of the World Cup. I am looking forward to getting back here for the T10. I am still easing my way into it. Getting my confidence back. It’s nice to contribute to the win.”

Hazratullah Zazai and Johnson Charles hammered 67 in 3.1 overs, Bangla Tigers vs Chennai Braves, Abu Dhabi T10, Zayed Cricket Ground, November 23, 2021 @Abu Dhabi T10
Hazratullah Zazai and Johnson Charles hammered 67 in 3.1 overs, Bangla Tigers vs Chennai Braves, Abu Dhabi T10, Zayed Cricket Ground, November 23, 2021, @Abu Dhabi T10

After missing out on the first two matches of the Abu Dhabi T10, Tymal Mills took two wickets against Delhi Bulls and one against the Warriors.

“I stayed with the England team in the UAE. So, I didn’t go back to England. I stayed to support and do my rehab with the England physio. They knew I had this tournament coming up if I was fit. They helped me prepare for that. When I arrived (for the T10) I told the coaching staff that I probably need just a few more days and that’s why I missed the first couple of games. It is quite a long tournament. So, I am sure that I will continue to manage myself through that. I am being diligent and sensible.”

In the second match of the day, Bangla Tigers thrashed Chennai Braves by nine wickets. The Gladiators are second on the points table with six points from four matches, behind leaders Team Abu Dhabi. The Tigers are fourth with four points from four matches, behind Delhi Bulls.

Tasked with chasing 91 to beat Chennai Braves, Johnson Charles, promoted to open after struggling lower down the order, blasted 36 off 12 balls, including five sixes, alongside Hazratullah Zazai, who smashed 34 not out off the nine deliveries he faced, in a quite brutal display of T10 hitting.
In the 1st match, Samit Patel top-scored with 21 for Northern Warriors, with Wanindu Hasaranga returning with figures of 2-0-5-2. David Wiese then scored an unbeaten 27 to guide Deccan Gladiators home.

Brief scores

Northern Warriors: 70/6 (10 overs), Samit Patel (21), Abhimanyu Mithun (11 not out), Wanindu Hasaranga (2 for 5). Deccan Gladiators: 76/4 (7.1 overs), David Wiese (27 not out), Tom Moores (21 not out), Josh Little (1 for 5).

Chennai Braves: 90/6 (10 overs), Angelo Perera (26), Samiullah Shinwari (20), Benny Howell (2 for 22). Bangla Tigers: 91/1 (4.2 overs), Johnson Charles (36), Hazratullah Zazai (34 not out).

Mohammad Amir
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Mohammad Amir Pulls Out Of Abu Dhabi T10 League After Being Affected By Covid-19

Mohammad Amir, former Pakistan pacer, has pulled out of the upcoming Abu Dhabi T10 League, which is scheduled to begin on November 19. He confirmed the development through a social media post on Thursday, stating that he has been affected by Covid-19.

The 2021 edition of the Abu Dhabi T10 League will commence on 19th November 2021. On the opening day of the tournament, 2 matches will be played. While the Northern Warriors will take on the Delhi Bulls in the first rubber, Team Abu Dhabi will clash with the Bangla Tigers in the second match.

Mohammad Amir | AFP
Mohammad Amir | AFP

Mohammad Amir Was A Part Of The Franchise Bangla Tigers In The Abu Dhabi T10 League, But He Withdrew At The Last Minute

Mohammad Amir added that he is fine now, but the left-arm pacer also said that he needs the prayers of the people for his recovery. Mohammad Amir, who announced his retirement in 2019, was a party of the franchise Bangla Tigers that also features the likes of Faf du Plessis, James Faulkner, Andre Fletcher, and Hazratullah Zazai.

After Pakistan head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach Waqar Younis stepped down from their posts on Monday, Mohammad Amir decided to make himself available for his country once again.

Australia's James Faulkner (Eranga Jayawardena/AP)
Australia’s James Faulkner (Eranga Jayawardena/AP)

Mohammad Amir on Thursday took Twitter and wrote, “hi everyone just wanted to say m I am not playing T10 league this year because I got affected with the covid but now I am fine ALHUMDULILLAH just need prayers for the speedy recovery.”

 

The fifth edition of the Abu Dhabi T10 League will take place at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. The shortest format of the game is hosted by the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) and is the only T10 tournament in the world sanctioned by the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Northern Warriors Are The Defending Champions Of Abu Dhabi T10 League And Won It Most Times- Twice

Over the years, some of the finest players, mostly retired from int’l cricket from across the globe, have participated in the tournament. Abu Dhabi T10 League has continued its tradition to draft some of the big names into the competition this year. The list of superstars to feature in UAE’s domestic T10 cricket league include the likes of India’s Yusuf Pathan, Faf du Plessis, Dwayne Bravo, Jason Roy, Chris Gayle, among others.

While speaking to the media, Mohammad Amir said that his reports came positive on November 8, after which he had confined himself in a room for quarantine. While stating his plans, he said that he will move to Karachi from Lahore on November 20 and from there to Dubai on November 21.

Yusuf Pathan scored 2 ODI centuries for India. (File Photo/BCCI)
Yusuf Pathan scored 2 ODI centuries for India. (File Photo/BCCI)

TV Broadcast and Live Streaming Details

Colors Cineplex SD (Hindi), Colors Cineplex HD (English), Rishtey Cineplex (Hindi) will broadcast the matches live. They will be live-streamed on Voot and Jio TV. The final will be played on December 4. There have been 4 editions of the tournament held so far. The Northern Warriors have won the Abu Dhabi T10 League twice, while Kerala Kings and Maratha Arabians emerged as the champions once each.

The Northern Warriors are currently the defending champions of the tournament Abu Dhabi T10 League. In the previous edition of the competition, the Northern Warriors downed the Delhi Bulls in the final to win the summit clash with 8 wickets in hand. The Delhi Bulls posted a total of 81/9 on the board, and the Northern Warriors chased down the target with 10 balls remaining.

The left arm-pacer Mohammad Amir has represented Pakistan in 36 Test matches, 61 ODIs, and 50 T20Is. He has also played for Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Karachi Kings. In addition, he has recently played for Barbados Royals during the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2021.

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Five Batsmen Who Can Break The Record Of Fastest T20I Fifty Of Yuvraj Singh

Among the viewers, no one can forget Indian star cricketer Yuvraj Singh’s six sixes in an over against the English pacer Stuart Broad during the Super Eight match of the ICC World T20 2007. In that same game, the left-handed middle-order batsman also created another record which many believe as one of the hardest challenges in international cricket to break.

During that Durban T20I on 19th September 2007, Yuvraj hit 12-ball fifty and scored 58 runs off just 16 balls. Yuvraj completed his fifty in that match with the last six of his journey to hitting six sixes in an over to Broad and also created the history by becoming the fastest batsman to complete T20 half-century.

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Yuvraj Singh (Image Credit: Twitter)

In recent times, we have experienced 13-ball fifty or 14-ball fifty or lower, but no one has levelled this record in T20I cricket. On the other hand, in T20 cricket, we saw two more 12-ball fifties (once by Chris Gayle and once by Hazratullah Zazai), all those were hit after Yuvraj’s brilliant knock, but no one managed to become faster.

To beat this record, we need a batsman who can not only start bashing from the first delivery he faces, also needs the ability to score back-to-back boundaries from the beginning. Let’s take a look at the Five Batsmen Who Can Break The Record Of Fastest T20I Fifty Of Yuvraj Singh.

Here we are talking about the top five favourite cricketers at present who can break Yuvraj Singh’s record of fastest T20I half-century

Glenn Maxwell

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Australia cricketer Glenn Maxwell hasn’t played an international match since last October. At first, he missed out the game due to his break from cricket to fight with mental health difficulties. Later, he played in the Big Bash League 2020, but his return to the national team has been delayed due to injury.

However, the Aussie cricketer is trying to return to the game as quick as possible. As he generally bats in the middle-order position, Maxwell gets very low time to bat, especially in the T20 format. The right-handed batsman can hit from the first ball and break the record of fastest T20I half-century.

Maxwell’s strike-rate is one of highest among those batsmen who have batted at least in 15 T20I innings. While his T20I strike-rate is 160.00, his T20 cricket strike-rate is 154.40. The right-handed batsman has already hit three T20 centuries (all in T20Is) and 33 T20 fifties (seven in T20Is).

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Five Batsmen Who Have Struck More Than 15 Sixes in One T20 Innings

T20 cricket is more famous among fans because they witness more sixes and boundaries than any other format. The shortest format is filled with the team members who can strike the ball a long way irrespective of the stadium, pitch conditions.

There have been instances when the aggressive players have led the team to victory single-handedly with their firing innings. Players like Andre Russell, Carlos Brathwaite, Kieron Pollard and many more are the example of the same.

On that note, we have discussed five players who have slammed over 15 maximums in solitary T20 innings and co-incidentally which has led their team to win the match.

5 players who have hit more than 15 sixes in one T20 innings:

Hazratullah Zazai:

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Hazratullah Zazai is the first cricketer for Afghanistan to struck more than 15 sixes in one T20I inning. He holds the record of hitting the most number of sixes in an innings.

While playing against Ireland, the 21-year-old cricketer opened the innings with Usman Ghani and the duo build up a staggering partnership. The aggressive batsman Zazi smashed maximums all over the ground. He continued his show even though Usman had lost his wicket early.

He smashed 11 fours and 16 sixes in his innings and scored unbeaten 162 runs which remains his highest total in T20Is. Besides, Usman and Zazi added 236 runs for the first wicket. They led the team to win the game by 84 runs.

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Yuvraj Singh hit sixes consecutive sixes to Stuart Broad in 2007 ICC T20 WC. Photo Credit: Getty Images.
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List of Players with Fastest Fifty in T20 Cricket

With the introduction of Twenty20 cricket across the globe, it has undoubtedly raised the bar of the gentleman’s game in contemporary times. Many are of the belief that the fast-paced cricket has ruined other formats, but that’s not to be the case. We have witnessed some scintillating knocks including the record of players with fastest fifty in T20 cricket; the particular format had further given an impetus to the young crop of cricketers in the country to be recognized far and wide.

Also, the domestic professional leagues have hosted the unknown commodities who became the overnight millionaires. With the advent of the Indian Premier League (IPL), many youngsters have enhanced their skills—to break into the national team. And at this time we’re cherishing players with fastest fifty in T20 cricket.

Let’s have a look at players with fastest fifty in T20 cricket:

  1. Yuvraj Singh 12-ball fifty vs England at Durban:

The swashbuckling Yuvraj Singh made things quite comfortable with the willow swing, and it eventually paid him rich dividends during his mixed career. He tops the chart of players with the fastest fifty in T20 cricket.

In 2007 Twenty20 World Cup, Yuvraj Singh played a significant role for Team India at the Kingsmead Durban. He bagged a record of six sixes in an over of Stuart Broad.

Interestingly, with his blitzkrieg, Yuvraj further became the fastest batsman in the world to register quickest T20 fifty. He took just 12 balls to go past the half-century mark on 19th of July 2007.

While scoring at the strike-rate of 362.50, Yuvraj scored 58 off 16 balls before being caught by Paul Collingwood on the bowling of Andrew Flintoff. His innings was laced with seven sixes and three fours.

  1. Chris Gayle 12-ball fifty vs Adelaide Strikers at MCG:

Before being scrapped from the Big Bash League (BBL) roster over his controversial interview with Mel McLaughlin, Windies star batsman Chris Gayle had already left an indelible mark in the Australia-based T20 domestic professional league. He is second amongst the players with fastest fifty in T20 cricket.

The southpaw represented one of the BBL franchises Melbourne Renegades to register individual record in the T20 circuit. Gayle smashed 50 off just 12 balls against Adelaide Strikers at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on January 18, 2016.

The prominent batsman Gayle during his 17-minute stay at the crease scored 56 off 17 balls which included seven sixes and two fours. However, his knock vent in vain as Renegades was bowled out on 143 while chasing the competitive total of 171.

  1. Hazratullah Zazai 12-ball fifty vs Balk Legends at Sharjah:

In the first-ever edition of the Afghanistan Premier League (IPL), promising Afghan batter, Hazratullah Zazai smashed a brilliant fifty against Balk Legends at historic Sharjah Stadium.

The 2o-year-old opening batsman Zazai stepped up for Kabul Zwanan with his sheer display of power hitting. Zazai jumped to the third position among veteran players with fastest fifty in T20 cricket.

On October 14, 2018, Zazai took on Legends’ bowlers early on. While chasing the massive target of 245, Zazai did best to keep his team in the hunt of overhauling the target.

Zazai managed to score 62 off 17 balls. He further registered seven sixes and four boundaries to his name.

Eventually, Zwanan lost the game by 21 runs as they could manage 223 for seven in 20 overs.

  1. Marcus Trescothick 13-ball fifty vs Hampshire at Taunton:

Marcus Trescothick, who led premium English County side Somerset might be a surprise pick for many among the list of players with fastest T20 fifty. However, the former England opening batsman Trescothick achieved this feat against Hampshire at Taunton on 9th of July 2010.

Batting first Hants put up 216 for five in 20 overs courtesy Neil McKenzie and Sean Ervine’s fifties. In response, Somerset chased down the target in 18 overs with six wickets.

The left-handed batsman Trescothick smashed fifty off 13 balls before being caught and bowled by Danny Briggs after scoring 27-ball 78. He smashed seven sixes and seven fours respectively.

On the other side, Trescothick’s opening partner Peter Trego remained unbeaten on 72 off 44 deliveries. He registered eight fours and three sixes to clinch the Friends Provident T20 game for Somerset.

  1. Imran Nazir 14-ball fifty vs Lahore Eagles at Lahore:

One of the clean strikers of the cricketing ball happened to be Pakistan’s, Imran Nazir. He bagged the fastest to reach fifty record at Lahore while representing Shoaib Malik-led Sialkot Stallions during the 2005 ABN-AMRO T20 Cup.

The elegant batsman has the knack of playing breezy innings in the white-ball set-up. Nazir earned the fifth spot on the list of players with fastest fifty in T20 cricket.

On April 5, 2005, while batting first, Stallions didn’t have a good start as Shahid Yousuf, and Shaiman Anwar returned to the pavilion without doing much for the team. But alongside skipper Malik, Nazir played some audacious shots to put pressure back on the opposition led by Salman Butt.

Stallions set the target of 211 for Eagles. He scored 19-ball 54 with the help of six fours and fours sixes. However, owing to a thriller of a contest, Eagles chased down on final delivery of the match with three wickets in hand. Butt was the top-scorer for Eagles with 67 off 50 balls.

  1. GL Brophy 14-ball fifty vs Derbyshire at Derby:

On 10th of July 2007, during the NatWest T20 Cup Yorkshire’s wicketkeeper-batsman Gerard Brophy registered fastest fifty against Derbyshire at Derby. Yorkshire batted first to post 210 for three in 20 allotted. White scored 33-ball 50. His innings included eight fours and a six.

On the other side, Brophy played a scintillating 18-ball knock of 57 during his 19-minute stay at the crease.

Also, Brophy’s strike-rate read as staggering 316.66 before he was adjudged lbw on the bowling of Steffan Jones.

In response, Derbyshire had a rollicking start. They posted 34 in 2.1 overs before the rain interrupted the game. However, the exciting contest further culminated without any result.

  1. K Noema-Barnett 14-ball fifty vs Otago at Invercargill:

In the HRV Cup at Invercargill on December 12, 2010, Kieran Noema-Barnett while representing Central Districts in New Zealand’s domestic T20 registered a record in his kitty. He is overall seventh on the list of players with fastest fifty in T20 cricket.

Noema-Barnett remained unbeaten on 57 off 18 balls after smashing 14-ball fifty against Kiwis First-class club Otago. It eventually helped his side to chase down the target of 176 with seven wickets in hand in 17.3 overs.

During his quickfire knock, Noema-Barnett smashed seven maximums and three fours for Districts to guide his team home spectacularly.

  1. Kieron Pollard 14-ball fifty vs Leewards Islands at Antigua:

In Antigua, promising Windies all-rounder Kieron Pollard is listed overall eighth among players with the fastest fifty in T20 cricket.

On January 11 2012, Pollard flexed his muscles against the Leewards Islands to score 14-ball fifty. While representing his domestic side Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean T20 Cup Group A game, Pollard remained unbeaten on 56 off 15 balls. He smashed seven sixes and two fours to help his side post 211 runs after winning the toss.

However, in response Islands was blown out on just 44 in 12.5 overs as Tobago won the game by 167 runs. Sunil Narine was the pick of the bowlers with four wickets, and his spin partner Samuel Badree bagged three wickets. Moreover, paceman Ravi Rampaul eked out three wickets, and Dwayne Bravo managed to pick the wicket of Anthony Martin.

  1. Colin Munro 14-ball fifty vs Sri Lanka at Auckland:

Big-hitter of the cricketing ball, Colin Munro is one of the premium names who has had set the T20 on fire with their hard-hitting prowess. The batting sensation is on the ninth spot among players with fastest fifty in T20 cricket.

While playing at home, Munro smashed a 14-ball fifty against Sri Lanka at Auckland on 10th of January 2016.

Batting first, the visitors post 142 for eight on the board which was easily chased down by New Zealand in 10 overs with nine wickets in hand. For the Lions, Angelo Mathews remained unbeaten on 49-ball 81.

However, in the run chase Kiwis lost their skipper Kane Williamson, who scored 21-ball 32. Coming to bat at one drop, Munro during his 16-minute stay thrashed Lankan bowlers all-around the park. He scored exactly 50 which was laced with seven sixes and a four.

On the other side, opening batsman Martin Guptill remained not out on 63 after facing just 25 deliveries.

  1. Farhaan Behardien 14-ball fifty vs Warriors at East London:

On December 11, 2016, East London witnessed some pyrotechnics from the bat of South African National Cricket Team batsman Farhaan Behardien who represented Titans in the CSA T20 Challenge. He is tenth on the list of players with fastest fifty in T20 cricket.

In the rain-curtailed fixture, Titans batted first to post 82 for two on the board. After losing both the openers in the form of Jonathan Vandiar and Heino Kuhn, Behardien accelerated the innings alongside wicketkeeper-batsman Heinrich Klaasen (17* off 9).

The batting all-round Behardien remained unbeaten on 55 off just 15 balls. With a strike-rate of 366.66, Behardien’s innings was laced with five sixes and four fours.

Here’s the table for players with fastest fifty in T20 cricket:

Serial No. Player Balls Match Venue
1 Yuvraj Singh 12 India v England Durban
2 CH Gayle 12 Melbourne Renegades v Adelaide Strikers Melbourne
3 Hazratullah Zazai 12 Kabul Zwanan v Balkh Legends Sharjah
4 ME Trescothick 13 Somerset v Hampshire Taunton
5 Imran Nazir 14 Sialkot v Lahore Eagles Lahore
6 GL Brophy 14 Yorkshire v Derbyshire Derby
7 K Noema-Barnett 14 Central Districts v Otago Invercargill
8 KA Pollard 14 Trinidad & Tobago v Leeward Islands Antigua
9 C Munro 14 New Zealand v Sri Lanka Auckland
10 F Behardien 14 Titans v Warriors East London
11 KL Rahul 14 Kings XI Punjab v Delhi Daredevils Mohali
12 MJ Guptill 15 Auckland v Central Districts New Plymouth
13 YK Pathan 15 Kolkata Knight Riders v Sunrisers Hyderabad Kolkata
14 SP Narine 15 Kolkata Knight Riders v Royal Challengers Bangalore Bengaluru
15 LRPL Taylor 16 Central Districts v Otago Dunedin
16 AD Hales 16 Nottinghamshire v Derbyshire Nottingham
17 Ahmed Shehzad 16 Barisal Burners v Duronto Rajshahi Dhaka
18 MS Dhoni 16 Chennai Super Kings v Sunrisers Hyderabad Ranchi
19 SK Raina 16 Chennai Super Kings v Kings XI Punjab Mumbai
20 L Vincent 17 Auckland v Central Districts New Plymouth
21 AC Gilchrist 17 Hyderabad v Delhi Centurion
22 Imran Nazir 17 Sialkot Stallions v Lahore Lions Lahore
23 L Klusener 17 Mountaineers v Southern Rocks Harare
24 PR Stirling 17 Ireland v Afghanistan Dubai (DSC)
25 CH Gayle 17 Royal Challengers Bangalore v Pune Warriors Bangalore
26 SJ Myburgh 17 Netherlands v Ireland Sylhet
27 CH Gayle 17 West Indies v South Africa Cape Town
28 MH Wessels 17 Nottinghamshire v Worcestershire Trent Bridge
29 Kamran Akmal 17 Peshawar Zalmi v Karachi Kings Lahore
30 SP Narine 17 Kolkata Knight Riders v Royal Challengers Bangalore Kolkata
31 A Symonds 18 Kent v Middlesex Maidstone
32 BB McCullum 18 Auckland v Canterbury Auckland
33 LJ Vivian 18 Auckland v Central Districts New Plymouth
34 KA Pollard 18 Trinidad & Tobago v New South Wales Hyderabad
35 DA Warner 18 New South Wales v Tasmania Hobart
36 DA Warner 18 Australia v West Indies Sydney
37 SM Davies 18 Surrey v Hampshire The Oval
38 A Lyth 18 Yorkshire v Worcestershire Leeds
39 DJ Bravo 18 Trinidad & Tobago v Guyana Port of Spain
40 C Kieswetter 18 Somerset v Middlesex Taunton
41 GJ Maxwell 18 Australia v Pakistan Mirpur
42 TM Dilshan 18 Sri Lankans v Sussex Hove
43 MT Coles 18 Hampshire v Essex Chelmsford
44 Sohail Tanvir 18 St Lucia Zouks v Barbados Tridents Gros Islet
45 TP Ludeman 18 Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Stars Adelaide
46 CA Lynn 18 Brisbane Heat v Hobart Hurricanes Brisbane
47 RA Whiteley 18 Worcestershire v Yorkshire Leeds
48 AD Hales 18 Nottinghamshire v Yorkshire Nottingham
49 CS Delport 18 Boost Defenders v Mis Ainak Knights Kabul
50 JC Buttler 18 Rajasthan Royals v Delhi Daredevils Delhi
51 OA Shah 19 Middlesex v Hampshire Southampton
52 GJ Bailey 19 Tasmania v Western Australia Hobart
53 T Henderson 19 Middlesex v Durham Southampton
54 DA Warner 19 Australia v South Africa Melbourne
55 G Gambhir 19 India v Sri Lanka Nagpur
56 LRPL Taylor 19 Central Districts v Auckland New Plymouth
57 RV Uthappa 19 Bangalore v Punjab Bangalore
58 SM Davies 19 Surrey v Gloucestershire Bristol
59 KA Pollard 19 Trinidad & Tobago v Leeward Islands Barbados
60 RE van der Merwe 19 Somerset v Middlesex Taunton
61 TG Southee 19 Essex v Hampshire Chelmsford
62 LP van der Westhuizen 19 Namibia v Kenya Windhoek
63 OA Shah 19 Royal Challengers Bangalore v Rajasthan Royals Bangalore
64 DJ Willey 19 Northamptonshire v Surrey Birmingham
65 DA Miller 19 Kings XI Punjab v Rajasthan Royals Sharjah
66 JJ Roy 19 Surrey v Hampshire The Oval
67 JW Hastings 19 Durham v Northamptonshire Chester-le-Street
68 JJ Roy 19 Surrey v Warwickshire Edgbaston
69 Harbhajan Singh 19 Mumbai Indians v Kings XI Punjab Mumbai
70 AD Russell 19 Kings XI Punjab v Kolkata Knight Riders Kolkata
71 CA Ingram 19 Warriors v Knights Cape Town
72 MJ Guptill 19 New Zealand v Sri Lanka Auckland
73 CA Lynn 19 Brisbane Heat v Melbourne Stars Melbourne
74 JW Hastings 19 Worcestershire v Warwickshire Birmingham
75 AD Hales 19 Nottinghamshire v Durham Nottingham
76 Shahid Afridi 19 Hampshire v Derbyshire Derby
77 AB de Villiers 19 Titans v Lions Centurion

 *The stats for players with fastest fifty in T20 cricket (including domestic professional leagues) were updated on December 31, 2018.

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