T20 cricket is known as the most aggressive form of cricket. A batsman can target bowlers easily due to the flatness of the wickets in most matches. The T20 format is most suitable for the batters who love to smash bowlers around the park as a bowler can’t bowl you in the same area repeatedly. So far, more than 400 T20I matches have been played in T20 cricket and to have your name on the list of the fastest century in T20 International is praiseworthy.
Proteas hard hitter David Miller hit the fastest century in T20I, the southpaw took only 35 balls to reach the milestone against Bangladesh in 2017 at Potchefstroom. Miller struck 9 sixes in that innings.
Indian skipper Rohit Sharma is the joint fastest player to score a T20I century. Rohit achieved the feat in 35 balls against Sri Lanka in 2017 in Indore. The Mumbai-born player smacked 10 sixes in his fiery innings. Rohit is also the highest-century scorer in t20 internationals.
Among the test-playing nations, Afghan opener Hazratullah Zazai has scored the 2nd fastest century in T20I history. Zazai made the 100 in just 42 balls against Ireland in a stylish way.
|D Miller (SA)||35||Bangladesh||2017|
|R Sharma (IND)||35||South Africa||2017|
|H Zazai (AFG)||42||Ireland||2019|
|L Livingstone (ENG)||42||Pakistan||2021|
|RE Levi (SA)||45||New Zealand||2012|
David Miller & Rohit Sharma have hit the fastest T20I century.
Rohit Sharma scored the fastest 100 in T20 from India.
Virat Kohli scored his fastest T20 100 in 47 balls against Punjab Kings in 2016.
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