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    10 सबसे विस्फोटक बल्लेबाज़ जिन्होंने ODI में सबसे तेज़ शतक बनाया
    
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    Fastest Centuries
    
    In One day International cricket (ODI) the fastest century is held by South African batsman AB De Villiers. De Villiers' century came up in just 31 balls against the West Indies in the 2nd ODI at Johannesburg on January 18, 2015. De Villiers' hundred included 8 boundaries and 10 sixes. Corey Anderson (New Zealand) is second with 36 balls century against West Indies in Queenstown on January 1, 2014, and Shahid Afridi (Pakistan) is third with 37 balls century against Sri Lanka in Nairobi on October 4, 1996.
    
    #10 Kevin O'Brien (50 balls) v England, Bangalore, 2011
    Kevin O'Brien's epic effort against regional rivals England in the 2011 World Cup is the 10th fastest century ever scored in ODI history. Chasing 328 to win, O'Brien came in to bat at number 6 with Ireland reeling at 14-6 in the 23rd over. Instead of looking to rebuild the innings, he went hard at the England bowling.
    
    #9 Sanath Jayasuriya (48 balls) v Pakistan, Singapore, 1996
    Former Sri Lankan opener Sanath Jayasuriya was one of the most destructive batsmen in ODI cricket and in April 1996, he made the most of a small ground at Singapore to decimate the Pakistani bowling attack with a 48-ball century.
    
    #8 Jos Buttler (46 balls) v Pakistan, Dubai, 2015
    England's wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler is one of the cleanest strikers of the ball at the moment and over the course of his career, has turned plenty of games on their head courtesy his brutal hitting.
    
    #7 Jesse Ryder (46 balls) v West Indies, Queenstown, 2014
    New Zealand's forgotten man Jesse Ryder has gone through plenty of struggles in his career but when on form, he was an incredibly destructive player. In 2014, the West Indies bore the brunt of his vicious assault. The ODI at Queenstown had been reduced to a 21 overs a side and Ryder had the license to go hard from the start.
    
    #6 Shahid Afridi (45 balls) v India, Kanpur, 2005
    When it came to swashbuckling innings that completely decimated the opposition, no one came close to former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi. He fired quite infrequently but when he did, the opposition had very little hope.
    
    #5 Brian Lara (45 balls) v Bangladesh, Dhaka, 1999
    The West Indian legend played plenty of breathtaking innings over the course of his one-day international career and among them, the one against Bangladesh made it into the record books for being the 5th quickest century ever scored in ODIs.
    
    #4 Mark Boucher (44 balls) v Zimbabwe, Potchefstroom, 2006
    In what was an exhibition of impeccable minnow bashing, South African wicketkeeper-batsman Mark Boucher etched his name into the record books with his solitary ODI century. In an ODI at Potchefstroom, Boucher came into bat at number 4 and celebrated his promotion with a breathtaking assault on the Zimbabwean bowling attack.
    
    #3 Shahid Afridi (37 balls) v Sri Lanka, Singapore, 1996
    In the same tournament in Singapore in which Sanath Jayasuriya caned the Pakistani attack with his 48-ball century, Shahid Afridi returned the favour a few days later by scoring a 37-ball century.
    
    #2 Corey Anderson (36 balls) v West Indies, Queenstown, 2014
    In the game in which Jesse Ryder entered the record books by scoring a 46-ball century, his teammate Corey Anderson went one better and broke a record that had stood for 14 years, by slamming a 36-ball century. The Kiwi all-rounder came in to bat in the 8th over in a game that had been reduced to 21 overs and went after the West Indian bowlers straightaway.
    
    #1 AB de Villiers (31 balls) v West Indies, Johannesburg, 2015
    The West Indies were in for another hiding when South African star AB de Villiers decided to cut loose against them in an ODI at the Wanderers in 2015. With South Africa well-placed at 247-1, de Villiers came in to bat in the 38th over and unleashed absolute carnage for the next 1 hour to completely decimate the opposition.
    
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    1. इसमें रोहित शर्मा काहा है जिसने केवल 35 बाॅल मे ऐ कारनामा कीया था जिसमें उन्होंने दोहरे शतक लगाए थे बाताना

    2. एबी डिविलियर्स का सबसे अच्छा शतक अपने बल्लेबाजी से सब गेंदबाजों को चौक आया