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Watch IPL 2019 Fastest Half Century: Rishabh Pant hits (Fifty) 78* Runs off 27 Balls Innings vs Mumbai Indians

IPL 2019 Fastest Half Century smashes by Rishabh Pant: It’s VIVO IPL 2019 match number 3 only and we’ve seen the Fastest Fifty of IPL 2019 yet. Rishabh Pant is firing like a crackers all around the ground. Talking about the match, It’s the 3rd match, which is played at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai (MI’s home ground). In his fastest half century inning, Rishabh Pant hit 7 boundaries (4s) and 7 maximum sixes (6s). Rishabh Pant showed his magical shots and tremendous opening performance in this match. Pant (Future Indian Wicket-Keeper) made fastest fifty by scoring 50 runs off 18 balls in IPL 12 Season. Overall, he made 78 Runs runs in just 27 balls (Not Out). Overall, It’s a brilliant fifty of VIVO IPL 2019. Rishabh Pant 78 Runs off 27 balls to score 213/6 runs within 20 overs cricket. MI have to make 214 runs to chase this target. Hoping that they will achieve this target with their attacking batting line-up. Today, In the afternoon match we’ve seen the classic performance from Andre Russell 49* runs in 19 with 4 boundaries (4s) and 4 sixes (6s), against Sunrisers Hyderabad in VIVO IPL.
Rishabh Pant Fastest Fifty VIVO IPL 2019

Rishabh Pant Fastest Fifty VIVO IPL 2019

Rishabh Pant Half Century-VIVO IPL 2019

Rishabh Pant Half Century-VIVO IPL 2019

Watch Online Rishabh Pant Fastest Half Century Innings Highlights vs Mumbai Indians IPL 2019

19.4
6
Bumrah to Tewatia, SIX runs, what a shot, Rahul Tewatia! Why did Delhi pick him over Mishra and Lamichhane? Perhaps this is why. Back of a length outside off, and he takes a big step back and across – before the bowler has released – and gets down on one knee to slog-sweep over the midwicket boundary
19.2
6
Bumrah to Pant, SIX runs, wham. He’s already hit him for one flicked six, and this time he whips this back-of-a-length ball from around an off-stump line and sends it over his favourite backward square leg boundary
18.6
4
Rasikh Salam to Pant, FOUR runs, shortish, fourth-stump line, opens up at the hips to make a bit more room and slap it to the cover point boundary. It feels like the fielders have disappeared altogether
18.5
6
Rasikh Salam to Pant, SIX runs, bottom hand comes off the handle, but one hand will do for Pant in this form. This is a back-of-the-hand slower one, short of a good length, outside off, and he frees his arms so much that only his top hand remains on the handle, and swings cleanly with that one fully outstretched arm to send this soaring waaaay over wide long-on
18.4
6
Rasikh Salam to Pant, SIX runs, short, gets up to chest height while angling in from round the wicket, and Pant picks the length so early and swivels to absolutely pulverise it over backward square leg
17.5
4
Bumrah to Pant, FOUR runs, back of a length, at the hip, and that’s another stunning shot to bring up fifty. He doesn’t have a lot of room to free his arms, so he manufactures a short-arm jab, with his hip tucked in at the moment of contact, and sends the ball flying to the backward square leg boundary
17.3
6
Bumrah to Pant, SIX runs, what. A. Shot. Fullish, on middle and leg, and Pant sits back in his crease, opens up his front hip, and just flicks this, effortlessly, over the backward square leg boundary
17.1
4
Bumrah to Patel, FOUR runs, super shot. Back of a length, angling away from off stump, gives him just enough width to slash it away over backward point and easily beat third man to his left
16.6
4
McClenaghan to Pant, FOUR runs, bangs it in again, gets it up near the front shoulder at high pace, and Pant somehow swivels and gets enough bat on this hook to beat fine leg haring to his left. Not the most in-control shot, but hugely effective – kind of like this innings
16.3
4
McClenaghan to Pant, FOUR runs, full-toss, around thigh-high, angling away from off stump, and Pant makes a bit of extra room to swat this away over wide mid-off
15.6
6
HH Pandya to Pant, SIX runs, short again, but this time it’s outside off, on around a fifth-stump line. This might be deliberate from Hardik, to try and get him to miscue the pull. Pant goes for it, uses his bottom hand to control it as much as possible while meeting it at shoulder height and dragging it from outside off stump. Still makes a good enough connection for it to carry all the way over the midwicket boundary
15.5
4
HH Pandya to Pant, FOUR runs, length ball now, on off stump, and Pant clears his front leg a little to flat-bat this over wide mid-off. Big backlift, big follow-through
15.4
6
HH Pandya to Pant, SIX runs, bang, another biggie over square leg. I don’t know why they’re trying to test him with the short ball. Angling in from round the wicket, gets up to around chest height, and he’s on the front foot to hoick it around powerfully
14.6
6
Cutting to Pant, SIX runs, smashed too short and he read the length quickly. This one didn’t bounce as much and he could rock back to pull it over square leg
14.5
4
Cutting to Pant, FOUR runs, bouncer, rose up sharply, and takes his glove to go over the keeper’s head for four. He was trying to hook it, but it bounced surprisingly high
14.2
4
Cutting to Pant, FOUR runs, incredible shot walking across his stumps and he picks it up from his pads even as he’s falling over, to flick it to fine leg. Lands about 5 cms away from the ropes, so it’s only a four
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