Yuvraj picks 2 Indian who can break his fastest T20 fify record
It was the first ever T20 World Cup in 2007 when India's profilic batsman Yuvraj Singh smashed 6 sixes in an over off England's Stuart Broad. Yuvraj scored 50 from just 12 deliveries during the process.Till day, this is the fastest fifty in any international match.
Chris Gayle has a 50 off 12 balls as well, but that was in a Big Bash League match. The left handed batsman Yuvraj admitted that he thought Chris Gayle or AB de Villiers would break that record. Yuvraj said that KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya have the potential to break the record. Rahul even has a 14 ball half century in IPL but achieving the feat in international cricket is a different ball game altogether.
“Two guys I thought could break the record are Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers. KL can do it, he has 50 off 14 balls in the IPL but scoring a 50 in international cricket where all are quality bowlers and in IPL where you get two quality bowlers is not the same. But KL and Hardik have the potential,” Yuvraj said on Sportscreen’s YouTube page.
Yuvraj added :“Hardik Pandya has immense potential. He has got amazing talent. Someone needs to work with his head so that he can perform in crunch situations. If somebody can work on his mind, he can be a serious asset as we go to the next World Cup”.