New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson cracked the fastest century in one-day international history on Wednesday, reaching three figures in just 36 deliveries against the West Indies.
The previous record was held by Shahid Afridi, who took 37 balls to reach his ton playing for Pakistan against Sri Lanka in 1996.
Watch Anderson Fastest Century Highlights in HD quality that broken the record of Shahid Afridi. Corey Anderson smashed a 36-ball ton, the fastest in ODI history against West Indies in the 3rd ODI of the series at home. A record by Shahid Afridi that stood for more than 17 years was finally broken by the New Zealand’s batsman Corey Anderson on the New Year’s Day.