KL Rahul. (Source: Twitter)

Mahmudullah- Bangladesh captain Mahmudullah scored 50 runs in just 27 balls against Papua New Guinea, which included 3 fours and 3 sixes. Bangladesh scored 181 runs in 20 overs based on Mahmudullah’s explosive batting. Bangladesh won this match by 84 runs.

Aidan Markram – Chasing 143 against West Indies, South African batsman Aidan Markram had scored 50 runs in just 25 balls. Markram hit 2 fours and 4 sixes in this innings. Markram scored 51 runs in 26 balls. Africa had achieved the target of 144 in just 18.2 overs for the loss of 2 wickets.

Jos Buttler- England team’s wicketkeeper and explosive opener Jos Buttler scored 50 runs in just 25 balls in the match against Australia. Butler scored a total of 71 runs in 32 balls in his innings which included 5 fours and 5 sixes. England achieved the target of 125 runs given by Australia based on Butler’s explosive innings, losing 2 wickets in just 11.4 overs.

KL Rahul- Indian team’s opener KL Rahul touched the 50-run mark in just 18 balls in the match against Scotland. KL Rahul is the joint-fastest batsman to score a half-century in this World Cup. Rahul hit 6 fours and 3 sixes in his innings, KL Rahul’s strike rate was 263.16. The target of 86 runs given by Scotland has been achieved in 6.3 overs thanks to Rahul’s explosive innings in India.

Shoaib Malik- 39-year-old Shoaib Malik, who played for Pakistan, scored 54 runs in 18 balls, which included 1 four and 6 sixes, in the match against Scotland yesterday. Shoaib Malik’s strike rate was 300. Shoaib Malik has become the fastest batsman to score a half-century in this tournament. Due to this innings of Malik, Pakistan easily defeated Scotland. Shoaib Malik was the player in the match.