Top 10 Fastest Centuries in T20 International Cricket

Top 10 Fastest Centuries in T20 International Cricket

Protease left-handed middle-order batsmen David Miller holds the record for the fastest century scored in T20 international cricket. David Miller amassed 100 runs in just 35 balls. Which is still to be the fastest century scored by a batsman in Twenty20 Internationals. Here below is the list of Batsmen who scored the fastest centuries in the T20 International Cricket.

 

10 Fastest Centuries in T20 Cricket

 

  • David Miller (SA)
  • Rohit Sharma (IND)
  • Sudesh Wickramasekara (CR)
  • Hazratullah Zazai (AFG)
  • Richard Levi (SA)
  • Faf du Plessis (SA)
  • KL Rahul (IND)
  • Aaron Finch (AUS)
  • Chris Gayle (WI)
  • Colin Munro (NZ)

 

  1. Colin Munro (New Zealand) 53 Balls:

New Zealand batsmen Colin Munro ranked at the tenth number for scoring the fastest century in Twenty20 international cricket. In the match between New Zealand and West Indies played on January 3, 2018, at Bay Oval, Mount Manganui, Colin Munro played an innings of 104 runs in 53 balls including three boundaries and ten maximums in the innings.

 

  1. Chris Gayle (West Indies) 47 Balls:

West Indies Batsmen Chris Gayle ranked at ninth position on the list of the fastest hundred achieved in T20I cricket. In the match between West Indies and England played on March 16, 2016, at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, Chris Gayle played an innings of 100* runs in 48 balls including five boundaries and eleven maximums in the innings.

 

  1. Aaron Finch (Australia) 47 Balls:

Australian batsmen Aaron Finch ranked eighth on the list of the fastest centuries scored in Twenty20 international cricket. In the match between Australia and England on August 29, 2013, at The Rose Bowl in Southampton, Aaron Finch played an innings of 156 runs in 63 balls, setting a new record including eleven boundaries and fourteen maximums in the innings.

 

  1. KL Rahul (India) 46 Balls:

Indian batsmen KL Rahul ranked seventh on the all-time list of the fastest hundred scored in T20I cricket. In the match between India and West Indies on August 27, 2016, at Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground in Lauderhill, KL Rahul played an innings of 110* runs in 51 balls which includes twelve boundaries and five maximums in the innings.

 

  1. Faf du Plessis (South Africa) 46 Balls:

South African batsmen Faf du Plessis ranked sixth on the list of the fastest centuries scored in Twenty20 international cricket. In the match between South Africa and West Indies on January 11, 2015, at The Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg, Faf Du Plessis played an innings of 119 runs in 56 balls, including eleven boundaries and five maximums in the innings.

 

  1. Richard Levi (South Africa) 45 Balls:

Another Protease batsmen Richard Levi ranked fifth on the list of the fastest hundred scored in T20I cricket. In the match between South Africa and New Zealand played on 19, 2012 at Seddon Park in Hamilton, Richard Levi played an innings of 117* runs in 51 balls which includes five boundaries and thirteen maximums in the innings.

 

  1. Hazratullah Zazai (Afghanistan) 42 Balls:

Afghanistan left-handed opening batsman Hazratullah Zazai ranked fourth on the list of the fastest centuries ever scored in Twenty20 international cricket. In the match between Afghanistan and Ireland on February 23 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Dehradun, Hazzratullah Zazai played an innings of 162* runs in 62 balls which includes 11 boundaries and 16 maximums in the innings.

 

  1. Sudesh Wickramasekara (Czech Republic) 35 Balls:

Sudesh Wickramasekara, a right-handed middle-order batsman from the Czech Republic ranked third on the list of the fastest hundred scored in T20I cricket. In the match between the Czech Republic and Turkey, on August 30, 2019, at Moara Vlasiei Cricket Ground, Sudesh Wickramasekara played an innings of 104* runs in 36 balls which includes eight boundaries and ten maximums in the innings.

 

  1. Rohit Sharma (India) 35 Balls:

Another Indian opener batsman Rohit Sharma ranked second on the list of the fastest centuries scored in Twenty20 international cricket. In the match between India and Sri Lanka on December 22, 2017, at the Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore, Rohit Sharma played an innings of 118 runs in 43 balls which includes Twelve boundaries and ten maximums in the innings.

 

  1. David Miller (South Africa) 35 Balls:

South African left-handed batsman David Miller comes at number one position in the list of fastest centuries in T20 international cricket. David Miller holds the record for the fastest century in T20I cricket. In the match between South Africa and Bangladesh on the 29th of October at Senwes Park in Potchefstroom, David Miller played an innings of 101* runs in 36 balls, which includes seven fours and nine sixes in the innings.

 

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