Kieron Pollard scored IPL 2021 fastest half-century. Kieron Pollard breaks record with batting, makes IPL 2021 fastest half-century.
Mumbai Indians all-rounder Kieron Pollard played a stormy inning on Saturday in the 14th season of the Indian Premier League. During this innings, he scored the fastest half-century of this season.
Batting first, Chennai had set a target of 219 runs on the basis of Ambati Rayudu’s half-century. After losing three wickets chasing a big goal, Pollard stepped on the field and set a record of stormy half-centuries with fours and sixes.
The 27th match of IPL was the team of Mumbai Indians in front of Chennai Super Kings. Mumbai won the toss after winning the toss.
Rayudu, who played an innings of 72 off just 27 balls, brought the team to a score of 218 runs. These innings saw 7 sixes and 2 fours.
During this innings, by completing a half-century off 20 balls, this batsman equaled the fastest half-century of Deepak Hooda’s 20-ball 14th season.
In this match, Kieron Pollard of Mumbai Indians broke it in the second innings.
Pollard scored the fastest half-century
In the 27th match of the 14th season, Pollard batted a smoke that set a record. From just 17 balls, this batsman scored fifty runs with the help of 6 sixes and 3 fours.
This is the half-century of the lowest ball scored by any batsman this season. Earlier this season, Prithvi Shaw of Delhi Capitals scored fifty runs on 18 balls.
A fastest half-century in IPL.
Punjab Kings captain KL Rahul holds the record for the fastest half-century in the history of the tournament. He set this record in 14 balls against Delhi in 2018.
He broke Yusuf Pathan’s record of the fastest half-century in 2014 off 15 balls. Even in the name of Sunil Narine, it is amazing to score fifty runs off 15 balls.