Who scored fastest 100 in ODI in India?
Virat Kohli in 52 Balls It was in October 2013, when Virat Kohli smashed the record fastest century by an Indian batsman in the ODI history.
Who is fastest to 20 ODI centuries?
#1 Hashim Amla The Proteas top-order batsman, Hashim Amla, tops the list by scoring 20 centuries in just 108 innings in the ODIs.
Who is fastest to 15 ODI centuries?
Here’s the list of top-5 fastest players to reach 15 ODI centuries:
- Babar Azam (Pakistan) – 83 innings.
- Hashim Amla (South Africa) – 86 innings.
- Virat Kohli (India) – 106 innings.
- David Warner (Australia) – 108 innings.
- Shikhar Dhawan (India) – 108 innings.
Who has scored the fastest century in ODI cricket?
The statistic shows the fastest centuries scored in One Day International cricket as of January 2022, by balls faced. South Africa’s AB de Villiers holds the record for the fastest ODI century of all time-he took just 31 balls to reach the milestone in a match against the West Indies in Johannesburg in 2015.
Who has hit the fastest 100 in One Day Internationals (ODI)?
Record of fastest hundreds (100) in one day internationals (ODIs) cricket is held by South African AB de Villiers, he scores century in only 31-deliveries against West Indies at New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg on 18 January 2015, he hits 16-sixes and nine boundaries.
How many test and ODI centuries has Ricky Ponting scored?
Ponting has scored 41 test centuries and 30 in the ODI centuries. Indian veteran cricketer Virat Kohli is on the third position with 68 International centuries. The current fastest century record holder is AB de Villiers who scored the ODI century in just 31 balls against West Indies in 2015.
When was the first century scored in One Day International (ODI)?
The first One Day International (ODI) century was scored by Denis Amiss scoring 103 runs against Australia at Old Trafford in the year 1972. India vs Australia 2020-21 Series: Full Schedule, Dates, Timings, Venues, Formats and Squads Let’s have a look at the list of fastest century scorers in the ODIs.