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Fastest Century in T20 World Cup History From 2007 to 2022

Fastest Century in T20 World Cup

Cricket fans love to watch significant boundaries and long Sixes. Every batter is trying to make the most scores on fewer balls. But a few players do this and create a new record for scoring the most runs in a few balls.

Let’s view who players made the Fastest Century in T20 World Cup and register their names in this list.

Fastest Century in T20 World Cup History

Player Runs Balls SR Against
Chris Gayle 100* 48 208.33 v England
Chris Gayle 117 57 205.26 v South Africa
Brendon McCullum 123 58 212.06 v Bangladesh
Rilee Rossouw 109 56 194.64 v Bangladesh
Ahmed Shehzad 111* 62 179.03 v Bangladesh
Suresh Raina 101 60 168.33 v South Africa
Mahela Jayawardene 100 64 156.25 v Zimbabwe
Alex Hales 116* 64 181.25 v Sri Lanka
Tamim Iqbal 103* 63 163.49 v Oman
Jos Buttler 101* 67 150.74 v Sri Lanka

Charis Gayle

Chris Gayle holds the record for the fastest century in World Cup history. He earned this award in the 2016 World Cup. He scored 100 runs only on 48 balls against Bangladesh. He had 11 six-five and five fours to complete his century with a fantastic strike rate 208.33. Before this, he had already made the fastest century in the 2007 World Cup.

Charis Gayle

Chris Gayle is the first player from West Indies who made a century in T20 World Cup history. The 2007 match at Wanderers Stadium was played between South Africa and West Indies. He scored 117 runs only on 57 balls, but his century was not helpful for his team & he lost the match.

Aqeel Ahmad
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