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List OF 10 Fastest Centuries in ODI Cricket History

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1. AB de Villiers (31 balls)

AB de Villiers is a South African batsman. As of now he is holdler of the record of quickest century in ODI. AB De Villiers' century came up in only 31 balls against the West Indies in the second ODI at Johannesburg .He broke Corey Anderson's record soon after 1 year, by making speediest century. On 18 January 2015 he scored 149 keeps running off only 44 balls hitting 8 fours and 10 sixes. He got out on 149 and confronted 44 balls altogether. He not just 100 runs yet he has additionally made quickest 50 and 150 keeps running in only 16 and 64 Balls individually.

2. Corey Anderson (36 balls)

The New Zealand hard hitter has broken the record for the speediest century in ODI cricket following 18 years which Shahid Afridi hung on past. He played forceful inning against West Indies in 2014 by hitting 6 fours and 14 sixes. He made a stunning 100 keeps running in 36 balls against the West Indies in Queenstown on first January, 2014.

3. Shahid Afridi (37 balls)

The record was made at 1996 by Shahid Afridi and he hold up the record till 2014. He is the main Player who have scored century under 45 balls in ODI Cricket history. What's more, nobody can overlook his speediest ODI century that he made the quickest century in only 37 balls against the Sri Lanka in Nairobi on fourth October, 1996.

4. Mark Boucher (44 balls)

The wicket-keeping legend, Mark Boucher who scored 100 keeps running in only 44 balls inverse to the Zimbabwe in Potchefstroom on twentieth September, 2006. He stayed not out on 147 and confronted 68 balls altogether. His lively innings included 10 sixes and 4 fours. 

5. Brian Lara (45 balls)

West Indian expert class batsman Brian Lara came the fifth spot in the rundown of Top ten speediest ODI several unequaled. He made the quickest hundreds of years in ODI group, against Bangladesh in 1999 by hitting 18 fours and 4 sixes.

6. Shahid Afridi (45 balls)

One more century for the Pakistani living legend Shahid Afridi his second fastest century on his vocation is the sixth speediest so far at cricket history. He made one of the speediest hundreds of years in ODI position, against India in 2005 by hitting 10 fours and 9 sixes.

7. Jesse Ryder (46 balls)

Jesse Ryder is a left given batsman who finished his hundred in only 46 balls in 2014 by hitting 12 fours and 5 sixes. He got out on 104 and confronted 51 balls altogether. The match got lessened to 21-over a side against West Indies because of downpour. 

8. Jos Buttler (46 balls)

He as of late made one of the speediest hundreds of years in ODI group, against Pakistan by hitting 10 fours and 8 sixes. He turned into England's speediest ODI century producer. For the record, England's three speediest ODI centuris have all been scored by Buttler. He was not out on that innings with 116 runs and confronted 52 balls altogether.

9. Sanath Jayasuriya (48 balls)

Sri Lankan innovator Sanath Jayasuriya`s ton is at eighth position in the speediest hundreds of years rundown. He took only 48 balls for scoring 100 runs. This record was held against the Pakistan in Singapore on second April, 1996. His Innings incorporates 16 fours and 6 sixes against the best quick knocking down some pins assault of Waqar Younis, Saqlain Mushtaq, and others. 

10. Kevin O’Brien (50 Balls)

At the ninth of the rundown is KJ O'Brien's 50 ball century. It is the quickest century on the World Cup history and He scored Century at 2011 world container. He made one of the best quickest hundreds of years in ODI group, against England in 2011 by hitting 13 fours and 6 sixes. He scored 13 fours and 6 sixes to lose his wicket at 113.

Last but not the list (Indian Cricket Star) Virat Kohli (52 Balls)

Virat Kohli One of the Indian cricketer who has made numerous records as such. He is lastin this record however not the minimum in this rundown of main 10 quickest hundreds of years in ODI cricket history. He scored 100 keeps running in 52 balls against the Australia in Jaipur on sixteenth October, 2013. He scored 7 sixes and 8 fours in this diversion.

posted Jul 13, 2016 by Raghav Choudhary

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Cricket is third most watched real group activity in the behind Football and Rugby and cricket is taking care of business when a quick bowler running in at full speed and threatening batsmen. In spite of the fact that seeing bowlers disturbing batsmen is far and few between these day as cricket has advanced with expansion of shorter arrangement like T20 where Batsman rule bowlers. We investigate a portion of the quickest bowlers in history of cricket. 

1. Shoaib Akhtar – 161.3 km/h

There are quickest bowlers and than their is Shoaib Akhtar, he consistantly astonished 150 km/h in his vocation but short one and achieved a world record speed amid World Cup 2003 against England when his delivered a 161.3 km/h speed of a bowl to Englah d knick Knight. He turn into the principal bowler to achieve speed of 100 miles a hour in authority ICC coordinate.

2. Brett Lee – 161.1 km/h

Alongside Shoaib Akhtar, Australian quick bowler Brett Lee was at the pinnacle of his forces amid his profession and he threatened batsman everywhere throughout the cricketing scene coming to more than 150 km/h reliably. He turned into the second bowler in history to record a 100 miles for every speed amid 2005 ODI diversion against New Zealand when he recorded 161.1 km/h (100.1 miles/ph). Achieving one off top speed is a certain something, yet what made Shoaib Akhtar and Brett Lee the speediest bowlers was the reality they could reliably deliver velocities of around 150 km/h amid their vocations not at all like alternate names in rundown.

3. Shaun Tait – 161.1 km/h

Another Australia name in the rundown is Shaun Tait, whos vocation was fleeting yet was fun while it kept going. He was not your normal tall bowler with standard round arm knocking down some pins activity however he could truly hit the deck hard with his pacy and skiddy playing line and length. He recorded 160.7 km/h rocking the bowling alley speed against Pakistan in the ODI amusement in Australia. 

4. Jeffrey Thompson – 160.6 km/h

Presently this can be dubious on the grounds that its difficult to accept there was sufficiently exact instrument to record knocking down some pins speeds in 1976 however he was certainly the quickest bowlers of his period. Clearly he recorded the speediest knocking down some pins speed in world cricket of 160.6 km/h in the nets in 1976 when a quick rocking the bowling alley study was led. 

Numerous batsman of Thompson time trust that he was quicker that Brett Lee and Shoaib Akhtar. Jeffrey Thompson himself trust that he was the speediest ever and some of his conveyances were path speedier than 160km/h.

5. Andy Roberts – 159.5 km/h

Tall West Indies bowler in the brilliant era of West Indies cricket Andy Roberts was a piece of a considerable West Indies knocking down some pins units. They were all quick yet Andy Roberts emerged with his speed and numerous batsman of his era respect him one of the speediest they have ever confronted. His quickest bowl is recorded at the speed of 159.5 km/h which 99.11 miles/h. 

6. Fidel Edwards – 157.7 km/h

Another West Indies bowler yet from the present harvest, Edwards is frustratingly inconsistant yet he consistantly bowls quick and recorded his speediest conveyance at the speed of 157.7 km/h amid ODI amusement against South Africa in 2003 which sort of put him the spotlight. Yet, since than he has neglected to accomplish the buildup encompassing his speed.

7. Mitchell Johnson – 156.8 km/h

Mitchel Johnson profession was going no place yet he turned all around in the late Ashes arrangement in Australia where he tricked English batsman with his crude pace and animosity and recorded his speediest ball at 156.8 kmph in the fourth Ashes test. That arrangement was somewhat defining moment in his profession and now he is broadly viewed as one of the best quick bowlers at present dynamic.

8. Muhammad Sami – 156.4 km/h

Another quick bowler another comparative story, a gifted youngman with a short cricket vocation. Muhammad Sami rose to acclaim when Wasim and Waqar resigned. He was geniun quick bowler however regularly missed his line and length in prsuit speed. His speediest bowl was recorded at 156.4 kmph against Zimbabwe in UAE. 

9. Shane Bond – 156.4 km/h

A versatile fast bowler with smooth run-up and bowling action, Shane Bond was constant threat to batsman all over the world but like many other geniun fast bowlers his career was plagued by injuries but when fit he was quite a sight. He fastest bowl is recorded at 156.2 kmph in South Africa during world cup 2003.

10. Dale Steyn – 156.2 km/h

Dale Steyn has been number 1 test bowler for last several years and he is more known for his compact line & length than sheer pace. he record a 155.7 km/h speed against New Zealand in 2009 but he later broke his own record by bowling at 156.2 km/h in the IPL game against Kolkata Knight Riders in 2010.


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The rundown included two Indians, three Aussies, two Englishmen and one each from Pakistan, Afghanistan and South Africa. Adolescent leg-spinner Rashid Khan who performed extremely well for his country should have been a chosen one for the best player of 2016. Virat Kohli and Ravichandran Ashwin were the normal names in the conflict. Jonny Bairstow alongside Joe Root who has had huge years have likewise been incorporated.

1. Virat Kohli (India)

India’ Test skipper Virat Kohli is having a dream run in international cricket at the moment. Irrespective of formats and oppositions Virat has been piling on run after runs and can go on to break all the batting records until he calls it a day.

The “Modern Master” struck three double centuries in Tests in the calendar year and finished with 1215 runs in 12 Tests at an average of 75.93. He also led his team to five consecutive series victories and was the only captain to remain unbeaten in Tests through the course of the year.

2. Azhar Ali (Pakistan)

The Pakistan right-handed opener isn’t the most impressive batsman on display but has the ability to bat for long hours and hit big scores especially in Test cricket. His recent double century against the mighty Australians in their own territory showed the amount of grit and determination the man had to succeed against the Aussies.

3. Rashid Khan (Afghanistan)

The most promising bowler of Afghanistan in 2016, Rashid Khan was the find of the ICC Word T20. The leg-spinner has been pretty impressive in the limited-overs format and was instrumental in helping the Afghans to a famous win against the eventual World Champions West Indies in the World T20 earlier in 2016.

4. David Warner (Australia)

Warner didn’t have a particularly impressive beginning in the Test arena but gained from strength to strength. He was consistently troubled by the Lankan spinners during their 0-3 drubbing at the hands of Sri Lanka. Warner in total played 11 Tests in 2016 scoring 748 runs at an average of 42 with two centuries to his name.

5Steve Smith (Australia)

The Australian captain across all formats has been one of the positives for the Aussies in an otherwise disappointing year especially in the longest format of the game. The year also saw Smith leaving in between an ODI series against Sri Lanka to prepare for the South Africa series and received criticism from every quarter.

6. Ravichandran Ashwin (India)

Indian spin ace Ravichandran Ashwin has been on a record-breaking spree of late and courtesy his brilliant performances in the year, the No.1 all-rounder joined the ranks of Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid by becoming the 3rd Indian to bag the ICC Cricketer of the Year award. Besides that, he also got the ICC Test player of the year award.

7. Mitchell Starc (Australia)

The lanky fast bowler from Australia had a terrific time in 2016 despite below par performances from his team especially in the longest format of the game. Starc was the highest wicket-taker for the Aussies with 24 wickets in the 3-match Test series in Sri Lanka which the visitors lost 0-3. Overall Starc finished with 50 wickets in 8 Tests at an average of 22.58.

8. Quinton de Kock (South Africa)

South African wicketkeeper-batsman, Quinton de Cock had a tremendous time in 2016. He has been a terrific opener for South Africa especially in limited overs cricket and more often than not he has provided the Proteas with a rollicking start.

The hard-hitting southpaw had a tremendous year irrespective of the format and boasts of 50+ averages in both Tests and ODIs. De Kock has scored 857 runs in 17 ODIs in 2016 at an impressive average of 57.13 with 3 centuries to his name.

9. Joe Root (England)

The mainstay of the England batting order Joe Root’s sublime form continued in 2016 and not only did he succeed in Tests, he was brilliant in the shorter formats too. In ODIs Root accumulated 796 runs 15 outings at an impressive average of 61.23 with his highest score being 125 against the mighty Proteas.

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