In a competition like IPL, some batsmen can totally change the game in less time allowing for the resistance to recuperate from the attack. At the point when any batsman hits a century in T20 innings, it makes it simple for his group to excel in the game. Specifically, on the off chance that this ton comes at an extremely high speed, the likelihood of the group’s triumphant increments considerably more. In this article, we will talk about the quickest hundreds of years in Indian Premier League history up until now.
Chris Gayle holds the record for crushing the quickest hundred in IPL. In an IPL 2013 game against Pune Warriors, Gayle played a rankling thump of 175 runs off 66 balls. Gayle hit 17 sixes and 13 fours in his essential innings. The left-hander hurried to a three-figure mark in just 30 balls during his heavenly thump. RCB posted an immense complete of 263/5 out of 20 overs with the assistance of Gayle’s century. The Pune group could oversee just 133/9 and lost the match by 130 runs.
Yusuf Pathan is at the best position in this record among the Indian players. He smacked a ton in just 37 balls against Mumbai Indians in 2010, which was the quickest century around then. Rajasthan Royals were pursuing a major objective of 213 runs in this game and were in the game until Yusuf got out. Rajasthan scored 208/7 in their 20 overs and lost the match by 4 runs.
David Miller scored a century in just 38 balls in his celebrated 101-run thump against RCB in IPL 2013. RCB had set an objective of 191 runs against Punjab and were in the triumphant zone in the second innings as Punjab scored just 64/4 in 9.5 overs. Mill operator played a blinder to help Punjab pursue the difficult absolute in just 18 overs with 6 wickets to save.
Adam Gilchrist struck a 42-ball century in the debut period of IPL. Deccan Chargers were pursuing 155 runs in 20 overs against Mumbai Indians and Gilchrist dominated the match for his group in only 12 overs. DC dominated this game serenely by 10 wickets.
Stomach muscle de Villiers and David Warner are at the joint fifth spot in such manner with hundreds in just 43 balls. The Proteas batsman hit 129 runs off 52 balls against Gujarat Lions in IPL 2016 included 12 sixes and 10 fours. David Warner hammered 126 runs off just 59 balls including 10 fours and 8 sixes which helped SRH win by 48 runs against KKR.