Irish Kevin O'Brien hits fastest World Cup hundred Ireland batsman Kevin O'Brien on Wednesday entered the World Cup record books on Tuesday by hitting the fastest century in the mega event's history off just 50 balls during his side's group B match against England in Bangalore.
Sir Vivian Richards holds the record for the fastest century in Test Cricket. He blazed his way to hundred in 57 balls against England at St.Johns (1986). Shahid Afridi the record for scoring the fastest century in ODIs. He scored his century in 37 balls against Sri Lanka on 4th October 1996 on his ODI debut.
The fastest centuries by number of balls faced were achieved in 27 balls, by Glen Chapple and Mark Pettini - though both were achieved by farcical Bowling by the defending side attempting to set up a declaration.
The fastest century against genuine bowling by number of balls faced is David Hookes' 34-ball century for South Australia against Victoria in 1982-83.
shoaib akhtar had thrown the fastest ball of 163.4 mph.
when the ball is pitched middle length
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No, They can't because as soon as one batsman is out it is dead ball. You cannot get out while the ball is dead.
Muhammad Sami of Pakistan. He bowled a ball at over 164 KPH, against India.Muhammad Sami has clocked the fastest ball ever, followed by Shoaib Akhtar of Pakistan,Brett Lee (Aus), Shane Bond(NZ), Shaun tait(AUs), Muhammad Amir(PAK).Shaun Tait is considered to be the fastest now He's bowled 160 km/hr which is 1.3 less then the current world record by Shoaib Akhtar. Brett Lee is also quite fast.
the fastest ball in cricket history was bowled by shoib akhtar against nick knight during 2003 world cup at 100mph
Shoiab Akthar is the fastest bowler in World's cricket. he bowled at a rapid pace of 161.3 km/Ph
the cricket bat threw threw the ball away
shoiab akhtar has bowled fastest bowl of 160+ km
the fastest ball of worldcup 2011 is 157.7 kph brett lee vs india,against sachin tendulkr
It was Shoaib Akhtar's ball, which is 100 mph or 161 kph.
The fastest ball recorded in cricketing history was bowled by a Pakistani bowler, Shoab Akhtar in World Cup 2003 in a match against England. Speed of ball - 161.3 kph (Source : Wikipedia)
The fastest ball in cricket was bowled (not bawled!) by Shoaib Aktar in the 2003 ICC Cricket World Cup in Newlands, South Africa, for Pakistan against England. The race had become increasingly tense between Brett Lee and Shoaib (the two fastest bowlers in world cricket at the time) to see who would break the 100 mph (160 kph) barrier first. It was Shoaib to be... The delivery was pitched short outside leg stump where batsmen Nick Knight turned it towards mid wicket for no run. The ball was delivered in the last ball of the fourth over, and completed a maiden for Shoaib.