South African Batsman AB De Villiers has broken the world record of fastest century in One Day International Cricket (ODI). He broke the world record just in 31 balls. The match was played between South Africa and West Indies on 18th of January, 2015.
West Indies won the toss and elected to bowl first but that was the worst decision because South Africa destroyed the bowling lineup of Indies. The special thing of the match was the fastest century of AB De Villiers in which he made 149 in just 44 balls. The world fast century record was previously held by Core Anderson who belonged to New Zealand. Before this Pakistani Batsman Shahid Khan Afridi had the fastest century record which was broken by Core in 2014 in 36 balls.
Now the World fastest ODI Cricket 100 record is holding by AB De Villiers. He smashed all over the park and there was no anwser by West Indies bowlers to stop him. He hit 16 sixes and as well as 09 fours in his whole innings. The highlight of his blast inning is depicted as