Cricket World Cup 2015

Fastest ODI 50s of all time

2015-02-20 09:06
Brendon McCullum (AFP)

Wellington - Fastest 50s in all ODIs after Brendon McCullum hit the quickest Cricket World Cup half-century against England on Friday (total score, balls for 50, player, team, opponents, venue, date):

16 AB de Villiers South Africa v West Indies Johannesburg, January 18, 2015

17 Sanath Jayasuriya Sri Lanka v Pakistan Singapore April 7, 1996

18 Brendon McCullum New Zealand v England (WC) Wellington February 20, 2015

18 Simon O'Donnell Australia v Sri Lanka Sharjah May 5, 1990

18 Shahid Afridi Pakistan v Sri Lanka Nairobi October 4, 1996

18 Shahid Afridi Pakistan v Netherlands Colombo September 21, 2002

18 Glenn Maxwell Australia v India Bangalore November 2, 2013

18 Shahid Afridi Pakistan v Bangladesh Mirpur March 4, 2014

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