Top 5 Fastest Centuries In ODI World Cup History

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Aiden Markram

ODI World Cups has witnessed some of the finest individual knocks but we have also seen some knocks that came very quickly. In ODI World Cups you do not see players taking risks and playing fast but players on this list denied this jinx and, in this article, we will see the top 5 fastest centuries in ODI World Cups.

#5 Eoin Morgan

Former England’s World Cup-winning captain Eoin Morgan tore Afghanistan’s bowling attack in the 2019 World Cup where he made the fifth fastest century in the history of ODI World Cups. Morgan made a century off 57 balls against Afghanistan.

#4 AB De Villiers

South Africa and AB De Villiers were at their peak in 2015 and the 2015 World Cup was a big upset for AB De Villiers and South Africa. AB De Villiers made 52 balls hundred against West Indies in that World Cup which is the fourth fastest in history of World Cups.

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#3 Glenn Maxwell

Australian all-rounder, Glenn Maxwell played one of the finest World Cup knocks in the 2015 World Cup against Sri Lanka. He made his hundred off 51 balls which is the third fastest in the history of ODI World Cups.

#2 Kevin O’Brien

Kevin O’Brien made a very special hundred against England in the 2011 World Cup. Kevin made the fastest ODI hundred in the history of World Cups. It was the fastest for a very long time. The best part of that match was when Ireland defeated England in one of the best World Cup upsets. Kevin O’Brien made a hundred off just 50 balls.

#1 Aiden Markram

South African middle-order batsman, Aiden Markram started the 2023 World Cup on a very high note. Markram made the fastest-ever ODI hundred in ODI World Cup history against Sri Lanka. He made a hundred off just 49 balls in the first match of South Africa in the 2023 World Cup.

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Khushi joined Sports Big News in 2022. She is an avid cricket and football lover who finds deep joy in the intricacies of the game. Through her keen observation and deep appreciation for cricket, she aims to incorporate the same level of accuracy in her writing. Through his keen observation and deep appreciation for cricket, Khushi seeks to infuse his writing with the same level of precision.