Colin Munro made the fastest 50 record for New Zealand in 2nd T20 match against Sri Lanka. Watch here innings highlights of Colin Munro thrilling fastest fifty on just 14 balls with one four and seven sixes.
A miserable Sri Lanka fall loaded with stupid batting, a clinical execution by New Zealand’s seamers, and a quick begin from Martin Guptill, all highlighted in Sri Lanka’s last substantial annihilation of the visit. Their humiliation was upgraded somewhat here for having come before an Auckland horde of more than 17,000, and by Colin Munro, who cudgeled the second-speediest half-century in T20s to finish off a match that had never truly been in uncertainty for New Zealand. He was unbeaten on 50 from 14 balls, having hit seven sixes and a four. Sri Lanka’s 142 for 8 on a level track, and on one of the littlest grounds on the planet, was gunned down with nine wickets and ten full overs to save.
Munro wrapped up the triumph with a four and two more sixes in Dushmantha Chameera’s third over. He came to fifty and moved New Zealand to their objective with his last six, over profound midwicket. His 14-ball half-century is just slower than Yuvraj Singh’s 12-ball fifty against England, in the 2007 World T20.
Guptill blasted away as the Black Caps pursued the Sri Lankan aggregate of 142 on Sunday at Eden Park, with his fastest 50 record coming up in only 19 balls. He was inevitably out for 63, off 35 balls, as New Zealand traveled towards triumph.
Be that as it may, Colin Munro supplanted him at the wrinkle – and in the New Zealand record books. His fastest 50 record came up in only 14 balls – he crushed a six to assert the record and give New Zealand triumph.