23-year-old Tobago batsman slams fastest ever hundred in 21 balls
Trinidad and Tobago cricketer Iraq Thomas created a world record by smashing a 21-ball 100 in the Tobago Cricket Association's T20 tourney at Louis D'or on Sunday
Trinidad & Tobago: Iraq Thomas created a world record by smashing a 21-ball 100 in the Tobago Cricket Association's T20 tourney at Louis D'or on Sunday.
Iraq Thomas. Pic Courtesy: YouTube
The 23-year-old West Indian, representing Scarborough/ Mason Hall scored an unbeaten 31-ball 131 as his side chased down Speyside's target of 152 in eight overs.
He slammed 15 sixes and 5 boundaries in his innings.
Iraq Thomas' bat and helmet is placed on the stumps. Pic Courtesy: YouTube
In the previous game, he scored 97 runs of 53 deliveries.
West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle currently holds the record for the fastest T20 century off 30 balls. South African cricketer, AB de Villiers holds the record for the fastest ODI ton in 31 balls, while New Zealand's Brendon McCullum holds the record for fastest Test century in 54 balls.