1. Yuvraj Singh
Having started with a dot ball, Yuvraj began punishing the England bowlers with fours in the inaugural t20I World Cup match. From the first six balls he faced, Yuvi scored 14 runs. But some sledging activities from Andrew Flintoff made Yuvi much more aggressive and the victim was Stuart Broad. He smashed 6 sixes in a over against the pacer, Just Yuvi things. Yuvraj raised his bat when the last six of the over went above the boundary line. The innings was one of the best innings in any World Cup format. The performance was a great inspiration for the Indian youngsters which resulted in a tournament victory.
2. Collin Munro
With a 357.14 strike rate Collin Munro thrashed Sri Lankan bowlers on their visit to New Zealand. Defending 144 runs target was a cakewalk for the Kiwi batsmen's. Having openers set up a 89-1 in 6.4 overs, Munro's duty was just to finish the match early as possible. He took just 14 balls to score half century and had 7 sixes and 1 four in his stat. New Zealand reached the 142 target with 10 overs and 9 wickets in hand.
3. Paul Stirling
One of the most aggressive Ireland player Paul Stirling had to face just 17 balls to reach the half century. On chasing the 153 target raised by Afghanistan, Irish batsmen's failed to add notable runs to the score card, except for Stirling and GC Wilson. When the wickets were collapsing in regular intervals, Stirling was in an amazing striking mode. Surpassed 50 runs in a quick session and showed some defense after that. Stirling scored 79 runs from 38 balls with 9 fours and 3 sixes.
4. Stephan Myburgh
With a 190 target ahead, Netherland were in a need of a good start from the openers against Ireland. Stephan Myburgh was in an amazig mood to strike the new ball. His partner Borren added a quick 31 rums from 15 balls. Inspired by this Myburgh started punishing the bowlers without any mercy scoring his half century from just 17 balls. When he lost his wicket, Netherland had 98 runs from 6.3 overs. Myburgh scored 63 runs from 23 balls with 4 fours and 7 sixes.
5. Chris Gayle
"Master Storm", Chris Gayle had a brilliant outing against Protease in their visit to South Africa. On chasing the 166 target, Gayle punished the bowlers without any clemency. When he ended his innings at 77, Gayle had 5 fours and 8 sixes. Gayle faced just took 17 balls to reach half century and 14 more balls to score 77 runs. Gayle had 248.38 strike rate while losing his wicket, The match favored Windies and Gayle was awarded with the Man of the Match.
6. David Warner
Chasing the 139 runs raised by West Indies made easy for Australia courtesy of opener Warner and Watsons performance. With Warner being the most aggressive. Warner took just 18 balls to reach half century mark. Warner had 67 runs from 29 balls when he was caught by Pollard on Millers ball. His innings included 5 fours and 7 sixes at a 231.03 strike rate. The match favored Australia and had a 8 wicket huge marging win with almost 8 overs to spare.
7. Glenn Maxwell
T20 specialist Glenn Maxwell scored a 18 ball half century on defending 192 target raised by Pakistan in the 2014 World T20I. After 2 quick wicket falls Australia were need in a desperate partnership. Finch and Maxi made 126 partnership for the 3rd wicket. Maxwell scored 74 runs from just 33 balls with a 224.24 strike rate. His innings included 7 fours and 6 sixes. But poor performance from his successors resulted a 16 run loss for Australia.
8. Glenn Maxwel
Maxwell tied with his 18 ball half century record against Sri Lanka in Australia's tour of Sri Lanka 2016. In the Dilshan's retirement game, Sri Lanka weren't able to give a good fair well party. On chasing the 129 target raised by Sri Lanka Maxi started with excellent strikes. He had 66 runs from 29 balls after he was bowled by Thisara Perera. There was 7 fours and 4 sixes in his innings. The match favored Australia for 4 wickets.
9. Collin Munro
Munro's 18 ball fifty this year(2018) against West Indies equals Warner and Maxwell's achievement. But the match was abandoned due to rain. Munro blasted 66 runs in the match from just 23 matches. His innings had 11 fours and 3 sixes. His strike rate was 286.95. In the 10th over when the New Zealand's score card was 102 rain was effected the match and later the match was dismissed.
10. Collin Munro
The New Zealand opener once again proved he is one of the best batsmen's in the T20I format. In their match against England in 2018 February, Munro scored a 18 ball half century. The innings was crucial in giving the base for chasing the 195 target raised by England. But poor performance from the New Zealand middle order batsmen's helped England to win the match by 2 runs. Munro blasted 57 runs from 21 balls and had 3 fours 7 sixes in his innings.