Fastest 50s in Indian Premier League history

Yashasvi Jaiswal

Rajasthan Royals' opener and the touted future of Indian cricket, Yashasvi Jaiswal, holds the record for the fastest 50s in IPL history. He scored his 50s in just 13 balls on May 11, 2023, against Kolkata Knight Riders. Jaiswal's overall score was 98* off 47 balls

KL Rahul

Lucknow Super Giants captain and former Punjab Kings captain KL Rahul has scored the second-fastest 50s in IPL history. KL Rahul scored a match-winning 51 off 14 balls in 2018 against Delhi Capitals.

Pat Cummins

In the next position is Pat Cummins, who is tied with KL Rahul as the second-fastest player to score a 50s in IPL. Cummins smashed an unbeaten 56 off 14 balls playing for KKR against MI in the 2022 IPL.

Yusuf Pathan

Next up are Kolkata Knight Rider's Yusuf Pathan scored the 50s off 15 balls. Pathan scored 72 runs playing against Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2014.

Sunil Narine

Kolkata Knight Rider's Sunil Narine also scored the 50s off 15 balls. Narine repeated Yusuf Pathan's feat in 2017 against Royal Challengers Bengaluru.

Nicholas Pooran

Nicholas Pooran equaled the record for the third fastest 50s off 15 balls in Indian Premier League history. Pooran scored 62 off 19 runs against Royal Challengers Bengaluru until he got out.

Suresh Raina

Suresh Raina's scintillating 87 off 25 balls for Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2014 included a lightning-fast 50 off just 15 balls against Kings XI Punjab (now Punjab Kings). His aggressive batting, comprising 12 fours and 6 sixes, played a crucial role in Chennai Super King's chase of a daunting target.

Ishan Kishan

Mumbai Indians' Ishan Kishan showcased his batting prowess in IPL 2021 with a blistering 50 off 16 balls against Sunrisers Hyderabad. His explosive innings, featuring 11 fours and 4 sixes, played a crucial role in MI's formidable total and eventual triumph in the tournament.

Abhishek Sharma

Records were broken and then made in match 8 of IPL 2024 as Sunrisers Hyderabad Abhishek Sharma who scored his 50s in just 16 balls. Travis Head also scored his 50s in just 18 balls!