Fastest ICC World Cup century in one-day international.
Kevin O’Brien holds the record for the fastest century in a World Cup. Where as Glenn Maxwell has set a new record for the fastest ODI century by an Australian, bringing up his maiden ton off 51 balls against Sri Lanka at the SCG and also made second fastest century in the ICC World Cup.
Here is list of amazing players who scored Fastest ICC World Cup century in one-day international cricket.
In the fastest hundred in the world cup, we have Ireland’s right handed batsman scored an extraodinary hundred in a match played against England in 2011 world cup. The batsmen scored his hundred in just 50 balls, which includes 8 sixes and 13 fours.
Kevin O’Brien hundred helped the Ireland to chase down the target of 325 set by the England and won the match for Ireland. He played with a strike rate of 179.37. He also made a record partnership with Alex Cusack this partnership was for 162 runs for sixth wicket.
In 2015 world cup, Australia’s batting all rounder Glenn Maxwell scored his fastest hundred which came up in just 51 balls. Maxwell’s hundred against Sri Lanka at the SCG was the second fastest century in the ICC World Cup.
In 2015 World Cup, SriLanka’s Left handed batsman Kumar Sangakara set an world record. Kumar Sangakara scored four consecutive centuries in the tournament, a record in world cup one-day international cricket (ODIs).
Fastest Century in World Cup Cricket.
|Glenn Maxwell||51||Sri lanka||2015|
|AB D Villiers||52||West Indies||2015|
|Mathew Hayden||66||South Africa||2007|
|John Davison||67||West Indies||2003|
You May also Like: