This player’s name is the record of slowest century in ODI Cricket, know

This player's name is the record of slowest century in ODI Cricket
This player's name is the record of slowest century in ODI Cricket

Sports Desk – There are many such records in cricket, about which we do not know. You must know about the player who scored the fastest century in the cricket world. The record of scoring the fastest ODI century is in the name of South African batsman AB de Villiers. He scored a century from just 31 balls. But today we are going to tell you about the player who has scored the slowest century in ODI history.

Australia’s David Boon holds the record for the slowest century in ODIs. In 1991, David Boon hit a century against Team India, facing 166 balls. This is the slowest century in ODI international cricket.

At the same time, the record of scoring the second slowest ODI century is in the name of Pakistan’s Rameez Raja. Ramiz Raja scored a century in 157 balls.

David Boon has scored 7,422 runs in 107 Tests in his Test career and 5,964 runs in 181 matches in ODIs.

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