Published on 19 Mar 2015 | about 1 year ago
AB de Villiers smashed the fastest century in one-day internationals which is a world record.
South African skipper AB de Villiers hit the fastest ever one-day international century in 31 balls in the second ODI against the West Indies, five balls fewer than Corey Anderson's hundred for New Zealand against the West Indies.
He also broke the record of fastest ODI fifty set by Sri Lankan Sanath Jayasuriya against Pakistan in 1996, who scored it in 17 balls. De Villiers bettered the record by a ball, scoring his in 16.
De Villiers scored a magnificent 149 runs from just 44 balls, including record-equalling 16 sixes besides 9 fours.
He made 149 off 44 balls. His innings included 16 sixes, which equalled the record set by Rohit Sharma on the way to a score of 209 for India against Australia in Bangalore.