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Fastest World Cup Hundred - Kevin O'Brien 113 off 63 balls England vs Ireland 2011 Cricket World Cup Add Video

Irelands Kevin O Brien smashed the fastest century in World Cup history on Wednesday when he reached the landmark off just 50 balls against England. Kevin O Brien beat Australian Matthew Hayden’s record of a century off 66 balls against South Africa at St Kitts in the 2007 tournament. The 26-year-old O Brien hit 13 boundaries and six sixes in his blistering century at the Chinnaswamy Stadium which was also the sixth fastest ODI ton of all time.Chasing Englands 327-8, Kevin O Brien shared a sixth-wicket partnership of 162 with Alex Cusack (47) as Ireland targeted a famous victory. Pakistans Shahid Afridi hit the fastest century of all time off 37 balls against Sri Lanka in Kenya in 1996.


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