Top 5 fastest centuries in T20 Internationals
Updated On : 30 Oct 2017,05:36 AM
T20 is undoubtedly the most exciting format of international cricket. A lot has been talked about this shorter format of game but one cannot deny that almost every match of T20 is full thriller moments. It is said that T20 is meant for the batsmen and they are proving it also by scoring stunning centuries. But it requires a lot of skill and talent for any batsman to score a century in this shorter format. We bring you the top 5 fastest centuries in T20 internationals.
South Africa’s David Miller aka ‘Killer Miller’ on October 29, 2017 scored the fastest T-20 hundred in the second T-20 against Bangladesh at Senwes Park, Potchefstroom. Miller scored his century in just 35 balls in which he hit nine sixes and seven fours.
South African batsman Richard Levi scored a ton in T20 internationals in just 45 balls against New Zealand in 2012.
Known for his class, Faf Du Plessis took only 46 balls to score a T20 century against West Indies in 2015.
The Australian opener Aaron Finch hit a blasting T20 century in just 47 balls against one of the best sides, England in just 47 balls.
Last but not the least, known for his power hitting shots, Chris Gayle took only 50 balls to made a stunning century in T20 cricket.