Top 5 FASTEST CENTURIES ever in Cricket History | ABD's Destruction 🔥
In 1988, India’s Mohammad Azharuddin completed his century in 62 balls. This record was broken in 1996 by Pakistan’s Shahid Afridi. Shahid was on a roll against Sri Lanka in the 6th match of the KCA Centenary tournament at Nairobi. The inning has been so special because it remained the fastest century for around 18 years, till it was conquered by Corey Anderson in 2014 by scoring the same in 36 balls.
Among Indians, Virat Kohli tops the list by his 52 balls, not out a ton against Australia. He along with Rohit Sharma (141 off 123) lead the crusade in Jaipur and chased down the huge target of 360 runs.
The year 2015 revealed the most exciting individual score to date, as AB de Villiers scored the century in just 31 balls against West Indies in Johannesburg. He finished at 149 off just 44 balls, the inning equals (16) the record of most sixes in an innings.