Iraq Thomas made fastest ever century in cricket history

Apr 29, 2016 17:12 IST


Tobago batsman Iraq Thomas on 24 April 2016 created a record by scoring 21-ball century in the Tobago Cricket Association’s T20 tournament at Louis D'or.

The 23-year-old Thomas represented Scraborough/Mason Hall and remained not out on 131 runs off just 31 balls. He helped his side to chase down Speyside's target of 152 runs in just eight overs.

He slammed 15 sixes and five boundaries during his knock. During his innings he cleared the park thrice and the umpires were forced to bring new balls.

West Indies’ destructive batsman Chris Gayle holds the record for the hitting the fastest T20 ton. Gayle achieved the feat of just 30 balls against Pune Warriors in the Indian Premier League.

In one-day internationals, AB de Villiers of South Africa owns the record for the fastest ODI century that he scored of a mere 31 balls.

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