Top 3 fastest centuries in the T20I format

Centuries are fun for the viewers to witness but some of the fastest centuries in the T20I format have come from players who compete for the associate nations.

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For good reason, T20 cricket remains the most frequently played format among fans. Teams and individuals have been taking more chances since T20 cricket was introduced, and this sport is resulting in some incredible performances.

The quickest hundreds in Twenty20 International cricket will be discussed in this article. While a century off 50–60 balls is certainly remarkable, it is much more amazing when a batter reaches 100 in fewer than 40 balls. We will examine this here. The quickest T20I century came from just 33 balls.

Top 3 fastest centuries in the T20I format

3) David Miller vs Bangladesh


The first batsman to achieve a 35-ball century in a Twenty20 international match was South African sensation David Miller. It happened in October 2017 in Potchefstroom vs Bangladesh. South Africa amassed a score of 224/4 over 20 overs while batting first. Miller hit seven fours as well as nine sixes during this amazing knock of 101 off just 36 balls. Bangladesh lost the match by 83 runs after being all out for only 141 runs.

2) Kushal Malla vs Mongolia


At the Asian Games in China, Nepali batsman Kushal Malla made history by becoming the fastest century in a Twenty20 international competition. Malla broke the old mark by scoring a century from just 34 balls.  the 35-ball century mark shared by Sudesh Wickramasekara of the Czech Republic, David Miller of South Africa, and Rohit Sharma of India.

1) Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton vs Nepal 


During the inaugural match of the tri-nation series conducted in Nepal, Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton of Namibia made cricket history by blasting the quickest hundred in men's T20 International cricket. Against the home team, Loftie-Eaton broke Nepal's Kushal Malla's previous mark by one ball by reaching his century in just 33 balls. He scored 101 runs off of 36 deliveries during his blitzkrieg innings, which featured an astounding total of 11 fours and 8 sixes. Notably, his 92 runs from boundaries established an all-time record for the total number of runs a hitter has scored in boundaries in Twenty20 Internationals.

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