new Delhi. The Mahakumbh of IPL 2021 is going to start next week. The IPL is going to be dominated by fast bowlers in the 2021 season. Bowlers will be seen creating problems for batsmen with their speed and steak line length. Many veteran batsmen believe that if the ball comes at the speed of 150, then the batsman is not able to do much. In spite of this, many batsmen had made many such records in IPL 2020, which entertained the audience a lot.
In the last season, Kings XI Punjab player Nicholas Pooran surprised everyone by putting the fastest fifty in just 17 balls. He was the batsman of the Fastest 50 in IPL 2020. In his stormy innings, Nicholas Pooran had scored 77 runs thanks to 7 sixes and 5 fours.
Rajasthan Royals player Sanju Samson scored a half-century in just 19 balls against Chennai Super Kings last season. Samson had scored 74 runs in his storm with 9 sixes and 1 four.
Mumbai Indians bastard Kiren Pollard scored 50 off 20 balls while batting against Royal Challengers Bangalore last season. Pollard had hit 5 sixes and 3 fours in his stormy innings of 60 runs.
Mumbai Indians all-rounder Hardik Pandya had hit a half-century in 20 balls against Kings XI. Hardik had hit 7 sixes and 2 sixes in his quick innings of 60 runs.
Delhi Capitals batsman Marcus Stoinis made a half-century in 20 balls against Kings XI Punjab last season. He played a stormy innings of 53 runs in which he hit 3 sixes and 7 fours.