Cricketers Who Scores Fastest Centuries in T20 International Cricket
Currently, T20 is the most popular sport and all the spectators were overjoyed to see the four-six rain of batsmen in this game. Here is the list of cricketers who scores the quickest and fastest centuries in the T20 International cricket. Rohit Sharma and David Millers hold the record for the fastest century in the T20 cricket history.
Fastest Centuries in T20 International Cricket [Updated 2021]
1. Rohit Sharma: 100 in 35 Balls
The devastating Indian batsman Rohit Sharma scored a century off just 35 balls against Sri Lanka in 2016. Rohit scores 116 runs with 10 sixes and 12 fours.
2. David Miller: Century in 35 Balls
In the same year, South Africa’s Marquette batsman David Miller also scored a combined 35-ball century against Bangladesh. David Miller Miller 101 * runs with 9 sixes and 6 fours).
3. Hazratullah Zazai: 100 on 42 Balls
Afghanistan’s opener Hazratullah Zazai is third on the list with a 42-ball century against Ireland in 2019. Hazratullah Zazi Scores’ 162-run unbeaten innings included 16 sixes and 11 fours.
4. Richard Levy: Century on 45 Balls
South Africa’s opening batsman Richard Levy scored a century off 45 balls against New Zealand in 2012. Levy scores 116-run unbeaten innings included 13 sixes and five fours.
5. Faf Duplessis: 46 Balls
Former South African captain Faf Duplessis scored a century off 46 balls against the West Indies in 2015. His 119-run innings consisted of 5 sixes and 11 fours.
6. KL Rahul: Century in 46 Balls
Indian opener KL Rahul scored a century off 46 balls against the West Indies in 2016. His 110-run unbeaten innings included five sixes and 12 fours.
7. Glenn Phillips: 47 Balls Century
New Zealand’s devastating batsman Glenn Phillips scored a century in 47 balls against the West Indies in 2020. His 106-run innings consisted of 6 sixes and 10 fours.
8. Aaron Finch: 47 Balls Century
The current Australian captain and Marquette opener Aaron Finch scored a century off 47 balls against England in 2013. His 156-run innings included 14 sixes and 11 fours.
9. Chris Gayle: 100 on 47 Balls
West Indies’ devastating opener Chris Gayle scored a century off 47 balls against England in the 2016 Twenty20 World Cup. His 100-run unbeaten innings included 11 sixes and five fours.
10. Colin Munro: 100 in 47 Balls
New Zealand’s devastating opener Colin Munro scored a century off 47 balls in a T20 match against the West Indies in 2016. His 104-run innings consisted of 10 sixes and 3 fours.
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