Fastest, not slowest IPL Fifty record stormy batsman name, 1 no 3 player list, all big names

New Delhi. Only a few hours are left for the start of the 16th season of the Indian Premier League. The new season will begin on Friday, March 31, between defending champions Gujarat Titans and 4-time champions Chennai Super Kings. Many batting records will be made during the tournament and old records will be broken. By the way, we are going to tell you about such a unique record made during IPL, which no batsman would like to have in his name.

The wait for the new season of IPL is just about to end. On this Friday i.e. March 31, the tournament will begin with the match between Hardik Pandya and Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s team. During the IPL, the batsman’s eye will be on the big score while the bowlers will aim to take wickets. Many of the batsmen of the Indian team are in strong form at the moment and it is becoming difficult for the fans to wait to see them batting. At the moment, we are going to tell you who has the slowest half-century in the history of this tournament and which 5 batsmen are included in the list.

Slowest IPL half century

Chasing a target of 120 runs against Kings XI Punjab (now Punjab Kings) in the year 2009, the Mumbai team was able to score only 116 runs. During this time, while playing for Mumbai, JP Duminy scored a half-century off 55 balls. The second name in the list is the Chennai opener who completed his fifty off 53 balls in 2010 against the Punjab Kings. Robin Uthappa and Brendon McCullum have the slowest fifty record in IPL on 52 balls.

Tags: IPL 2023, Jp Duminy, Parthiv patel, Robin Uthappa

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