Top 10 Fastest T20 Centuries of All Time

10. David Miller (35 balls)

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DAVID MILLER VS BANGLADESH: What a player Miller is, we all have witnessed his aggressive style of batting in IPL but this time around miller went on a rampage as he brought up his century after being dropped on zero by Mushfiqur Rahim and he made them pay badly.

Before miller went carnage mode, South Africa were 78/3 in the first 10 overs, and they finished 224/4 in twenty overs. Miller had hit 5 consecutive sixes in the 19th over off Mohammad Saifuddin and he finished with seven fours and nine maximums.

9. Rohit Sharma (35 balls)

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ROHIT SHARMA VS SRI LANKA:- In this innings, the hitman equaled the joint-fastest century in T20I with David Miller’s 35-ball hundred against Bangladesh at Potchefstroom in 2020.

Now Rohit is the first Indian to score two centuries in T20 internationals cricket history and overall the fifth player in T20Is.

8. Sudesh Wickramasekara (35 balls)

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SUDESH WICKRAMASEKARA vs Turkey:- The Czech Republic veteran all-rounder, Sudesh Wickramasekara took the Turkish team by storm when he scored a century off just 35 balls and remained unbeaten. He became the first cricketer from the Czech Republic to get to a three-figure mark. In this innings, Sudesh smashed eight fours and eleven fours.

7. Hazratullah Zazai (42 balls)

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HAZRATULLAH ZAZAI vs IRELAND:- The 21-year-old Hazratullah Zazai of Afghanistan made himself known to the world cricket by putting a stellar batting performance. He started this carnage against Ireland in Dehradun, by opting to bat first against a pack of experienced pack of Ireland players in which a few of them have played against the top teams and at the big tournaments too.

6. Jean-Pierre Kotze (43 balls)

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JEAN-PIERRE KOTZE vs BOTSWANA:- The Namibian wicket-keeper batsman Jean-Pierre Kotze announced his arrival in some style. He introduced himself to the world of T20I cricket with a mesmerizing century against Botswana. Kotze came out to bat in the 11th over and paced his innings like he’s been batting for years on that pitch.

5. Richard Levi (45 balls)

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RICHARD LEVI VS NEW ZEALAND:- The Proteas Opener Richard Levi showed why he was highly rated in t20, smashing the then fastest T20I hundred off just 45 deliveries in 2012. It was just his second T20I, scored all over the park which led to a Successful run chase of 173 against New Zealand.

4. Faf Du Plessis (46 balls)

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FAF DU PLESSIS VS WEST INDIES:- Faf du Plessis remains one of the best players ever to play for South Africa and time to time he has played many brilliant innings for his country. But this was a gem of an innings from the veteran and maybe one of his best. After South Africa was in danger of getting humiliated, du Plessis walked in after the fall of openers and stabilized the innings.

He bailed out his side with a memorable century that saw South Africa post a massive total to West Indies.

3. Liam Livingstone (42 balls)

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Liam Livingstone smashed the fastest Twenty20 century by an Englishman in just 42 balls against Pakistan but it was in vain as England lost a white ball match for the first time this summer, falling short by 31 runs in Trent Bridge on Friday.

England’s regulars returned from quarantine after a second-string squad swept the one-day international series 3-0, with Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow and Tom Curran back in the team and Eoin Morgan leading the side.

2. KL Rahul (46 balls)

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KL Rahul slammed the third century of his One-day International career as he scored the big score against the West Indies in the second match of the three-game series in Vizag on Wednesday. India were asked to bat by West Indies skipper Kieron Pollard and the opening pair of Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul put the visiting attack on the sword. Rahul was in great form and initially outscored his more illustrious partner as the Indian opening stand sailed past the century stand with ease. The Karnataka batsman showed immense skill, with his century coming with the aid of eight fours and three sixes.

1. Aaron Finch (47 balls)

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Australian Captain And Right Hand Opening Batsman Aaron Finch Is On Eighth Place In The List Of Fastest Century Scored In T20 International Cricket. As He Completed His 100 Runs In Just 47 Balls And Scored 156 Runs In 63 Balls Against England on 29 August 2013 at The Rose Bowl, Southampton. It includes 11 Fours and 14 Sixes.

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