BPL 2022: Sunil Narine of West Indies has set a new mark as the second-fastest fifty in Twenty20 cricket on Wednesday. Sunil Narine, the star all-rounder for Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), is wreaking havoc presently in Bangladesh Premier League (BPL). In the second qualifier of the BPL 2022, Narine reached the milestone while starting the batting for Comilla Victorians against Chattogram Challengers at the Shere Bangla Stadium in Mirpur. Here are the BPL 2022 match predictions and updates for the upcoming match.

Sunil Narine scored his half-century in just 13 deliveries, with 4 fours and 6 sixes. Narine, who batted first, began the innings in sixth gear and never took his foot off the gas pedal. His performance would undoubtedly please the KKR fans just ahead of the IPL 2022 season.

Narine was out for 57 runs off 16 balls in the sixth over. After which, skipper Imrul Kayes (22), Faf du Plessis (30 not out), and Moeen Ali (0 not out) helped the Victorians to win the match. Narine was on a quest to establish his mettle for the next IPL 2022 while chasing a target of 148 runs set by the Chattogram Challengers.


1. Yuvraj Singh – 12 balls – India vs England in 2007

1. Chris Gayle – 12 balls – Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers in 2016

1. Hazratullah Zazai – 12 balls – Kabul Zwanan vs Balkh Legends in 2018

2. Marcus Trescothick – 13 balls – Somerset vs Hampshire in 2010

2. Sunil Narine – 13 balls – Comilla Victorians vs Chattogram Challengers in 2022*

Narine’s fantastic score had a strike rate of 356.25.

“When I was told I’d open, I was delighted, especially with just 2 fielders outside the ring. It was a good wicket to bat on, not much spin, especially with the new ball, came on nicely.”

Speaking about his record knock, Narine said

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BPL 2022: Sunil Narine Scores Fastest Fifty in BPL’s History
BPL 2022: Sunil Narine Scores Fastest Fifty in BPL’s History

BPL 2022: Bangladesh Cricket Board is letting spectators into the stadium for the ongoing Bangabandhu Bangladesh Premier League playoffs. The board has approved roughly 3000 to 4000 people to watch each game from the stands at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur. It will be on the condition that they have a Covid-19 double vaccination certificate. The general public, on the other hand, is unable to see the game. This is as all tickets are being given to members of the BPL franchises.

“Following relentless effort from our board president and after discussion with the health authorities, we have got the permission to allow some spectators for the remaining matches of the ongoing BPL. Approximately 3000 to 4000 spectators will be allowed to watch a game, but to avoid chaos we are not going to sell tickets rather those who are involved with the franchises can buy tickets from us. If we go for an open sale, it gets difficult to maintain Covid-19 protocols. chairman of the BCB’s media committee, Tanvir Islam Titu

Chairman of the BCB’s media committee, Tanvir Islam Titu said

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