Sydney, Australian opener, David Warner made the second fastest fifty of the history of test cricket. David Warner got this honor of making the fastest fifty in the Sydney test against Pakistan, when he was playing in the second test inning. He played only 23 balls and he scored 50 runs with the help of seven fours and three sixes. He played three sixes against Yasir Shah, when he was playing very aggressively to make big total in short possible time, so that Australia can make good score and give the big target to achieve in the fourth inning of the match.
Before this, Pakistani captain and leading batsmen, Misbah ul Haq scored the fastest fifty of the test match history and set the world record, when he scored 50 runs on just 21 balls. Misbah made this fifty against Australia in the Abu Dhabi test match during the tour to UAE series in 2014-15.