Corey Anderson 36 Balls 100 Runs Highlights Videos Commentary

A record that stood for more than 17 years was finally broken on New Year’s Day in 2014. Corey Anderson bludgeoned the West Indies bowlers to score the fastest ODI century, off just 36 balls, eclipsing the record of 37 set by a 16-year-old Shahid Afridi in 1996. Anderson finished unbeaten on 131 and such was his savagery that he even managed to overshadow Jesse Ryder, who motored to the sixth quickest ODI century of all time. The pair powered New Zealand to a scarcely believable 283 in just 21 overs.

The previous record was held by Shahid Afridi, who took 37 balls to reach his ton playing for Pakistan against Sri Lanka in 1996.

Anderson, who finished the New Zealand innings unbeaten on 131, hit 14 sixes in his whirlwind assault, the third highest number of sixes in an ODI innings.
Corey Anderson 36 Balls 100 Runs HighlightsIndia’s Rohit Sharma hit 16 sixes against Australia two months ago and Australia’s Shane Watson hit 15 against Bangladesh in 2011.

Anderson put on 191 for the fourth wicket with Jesse Ryder who slammed a 46-ball century, which is the sixth-fastest ODI century.
Ten fastest ODI centuries

Player
Opponent
Runs
Balls
Sixes
Fours
Venue
Date
Corey Anderson
West Indies
100
36
12
4
Queenstown
January 1, 2014
Shahid Afridi
Sri Lanka
102
37
11
6
Nairobi
October 4, 1996
Mark Boucher
Zimbabwe
147*
44
10
8
Potchefstroom
September 20, 2006

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