Glenn Maxwell hits century of 58 balls, take a look at 5 fastest T20 centuries

Glenn Maxwell match-winning century led Australia towards victory against England in 2nd T20 Innings of Trans-Tasman tri-series on Wednesday.

England team could manage only 155-9 in 20 overs while the host team outscored the English team with 161-5 in 18.3 overs.

It was not an easy ride for Maxwell when he was dropped on 40 by Alex Hales and on 69 by Jason Roy before completing his century off just 58 deliveries.

Glenn Maxwell led his team to victor that boosted the morale of the Australian team after suffering a huge loss in ODIs against England.

Glenn Maxwell registered his name in the league of fastest T20 centuries. Here is the list of top 5 fastest centuries in T20s:

  • Rohit Sharma(vs Srilanka in Indore)

Indian opening batsman scored a century off 35 balls against Srilanka in Indore equalling the record of the fastest ton. In the absence of full-time captain Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma led his team from the front to ensure a victory for India.

  • David Miller((vs Bangladesh in Potchefstroom) 

David Miller broke the record of Richard Levi which was set by him 5 years ago. The swashbuckling batsman assaulted the bowlers of Bangladesh with his heavy strokes before completing the century off just 35 balls.

  • Faf du Plessis (vs West Indies in Johannesburg)

After choosing to bat first against West Indies the South African batsman decided to play his natural game and scored a century off 46 balls at Wanderers.

  • KL Rahul(vs West Indies, Lauderhill)

Lauderhill saw the Indian batsman KL Rahul scoring his maiden century of mere 46 deliveries. Chasing a mammoth total of 246 the Indian Batsman remains unbeaten till the end but unfortunately, India lost the match.

  • Chris Gayle(vs England in Mumbai)

Chris Gayle, the West-Indian batsman is popular for his heroics in IPL. While this time it was the ICC WT20 2016 and Gayle yet again proved that he is the king of T20s when he scored 100 of just 47 balls.

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