10 Fastest centuries in ICC World Cup history
Updated - Jan 17, 2015 4:02 pm
10 Fastest centuries in ICC World Cup history: World cup is so tough on the players sometimes that even the best of international players fall to the pressure and struggle to perform at the biggest stage in cricket the ICC cricket world cup. As ODI cricket with the field restrictions and bowling rules is considered to favour the batsmen thus also referred as the batsmen’s game requires them to be at their very best in every game. All it takes is a one good delivery to get the wicket whereas the batsman has to be at his best all the while he is on the field. Here we have the ten best batsmen who have the record under their name for the 10 fastest hundreds in cricket world cup history.
10. Brad Hodge 82 balls vs. Netherlands St.Kitts, 2007
Australia played Netherlands in a group match and batted first on a flat pitch. Australia made a mammoth 358 runs thanks to a century off 82 balls by Brad Hodge. Hodge hit 7 huge sixes and 6 fours in his whirlwind innings. He was ably supported by Michael Clarke who made an unbeaten 93 runs.
Netherlands managed just 129 runs in reply and lost the match by 229 runs.