Deepak Hooda became the second cricketer to make the fastest half-century: In the match against Rajasthan Royals, young batsman of Punjab Kings Deepak Hooda saw the fiery innings. Friends Deepak completed his half-century off just 20 balls. During this, there was a rain of sixes and fours with his bat. But friends, let’s talk first: Rajasthan Royals new captain Sanju Samson decided to bowl after winning the toss. Punjab’s innings was started by Mayank Agarwal and KL Rahul but soon the wicket of Mayank Agarwal fell.
Deepak Hooda smashed 64 off 28 balls before being dismissed, during which he also hit four fours and 6 skyscraper sixes. All these sixes were excellent and the fans enjoyed them very much during the match. Dudda hit a six in the meantime, commonly called No Look Six. Meaning Hooda did not look towards the ball hitting a six.
Deepak Hooda has become the second fastest half-century cricketer in the list of uncapped Indian cricketers. In this list, Ishan Kishan is in the first place, who during the IPL 2018 had scored a half-century off just 17 balls.