Fastest ODI Centuries in World Cup History (All-Time). It’s time for the ICC ODI World Cup, with people very excited to watch their favourite teams and players in battle. It’s a huge tournament that has been held for 48 years already. Only 6 teams won this prestigious trophy. This time Top 10 teams will go against each other.
The ODI is a type of one-day cricket that is going to be played in the ICC World Cup. In every game, both teams will have a chance to bat and bowl for fifty overs. It’s a whole day of cricket. They are more intense than even T20s and mark the World Cup games as thrilling ones.
Scoring a hundred in the ODI World Cup is remarkable. AB de Villiers, Aiden Markram, and Glenn Maxwell are players infamous for making centuries on a fast note. While playing in the World Cup these players manage to score a century which is quite difficult. But, they have successfully done this. If you’re curious about the players who hit the fastest centuries in the ODI Cricket World Cup, you can check out that list below.
South Africa’s Aiden Markram set a new record for the fastest century in ODI World Cup cricket history. He accomplished this feat against Sri Lanka at the Arun Jaitley Stadium. Aiden Markram got here to bat within the 31st over and reached his hundred in just 49 balls, surpassing Kevin O’Brien’s previous record by one ball. In total, he scored 106 runs off 54 balls, which includes 14 fours and 3 sixes.
Quinton de Kock a 100 runs in 84 balls and Rassie van der Dussen’s 108 runs in 110 balls also got masses earlier in the innings, which made this the first at the World Cup of 3 batters making hundreds within the same ODI innings. South Africa finished on 428-5, the highest-ever World Cup innings.
Top 10 Fastest ODI Centuries In The World Cup
|Rank||Player||Team||Date||Against||Total Runs||Balls To Reach 100|
|1||Aiden Markram||South Africa||07 October 2023||Sri Lanka||106||49|
|2||Kevin O’Brien||Ireland||02 March 2011||England||113||50|
|3||Glenn Maxwell||Australia||08 March 2015||Sri Lanka||102||51|
|4||AB de Villiers||South Africa||27 February 2015||West Indies||162*||52|
|5||Eoin Morgan||England||18 June 2019||Afghanistan||101||57|
|6||Mathew Hayden||Australia||24 March 2007||South Africa||111||66|
|7||Jim Davison||Canads||23 February 2003||West Indies||117*||67|
|8||Kumar Sangakkara||Sri Lanka||01 March 2015||England||117||70|
|9||Paul Stirling||Ireland||18 March 2011||Netherlands||101||70|
|10||Kapil Dev||India||18 June 1983||Zimbabwe||175||72|