3 players who have scored the fastest century in IPL history


Whatever be the format, the importance of a century is something else. Every player wants to score a century in every format. Although players get time to score centuries in ODIs and Test matches, but if a player wants to score a century in T20 cricket, then he will have to play very aggressive cricket. In T20 cricket, the entire team has just 120 balls, so the batsman has very little time left.


Scoring a century in T20 cricket is really tough, especially in when it’s in the Indian Premier League (IPL), the world’s biggest T20 cricket league.

David Miller

The nickname ‘Killer Miller’ was given to David Miller for just no reason. When he is in their color, it becomes very difficult to stop him. Miller was in terrific form in the 2013 season of the competition, scoring runs at an average of around 60 throughout the season. He scored a stormy century against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). RCB set Kings XI Punjab a huge target of 191 runs. In reply, Kings lost 3 wickets for 51 runs.


In this difficult time, Miller came out to bat. Wickets kept falling at one end but Miller’s aggressive batting continued. Especially after the 10th over, he started batting more aggressively. Kohli also dropped his catch on the score of 41 runs. After this Miller became more dangerous. In the 15th over, he scored 25 runs off RP Singh’s. He handed his team a spectacular victory by hitting a six in the 18th over. In that inning, he scored a brilliant century of just 38 balls.

Yusuf Pathan

When Yusuf Pathan was in form, it was very difficult for any bowler to stop him. In 2010, he was an important part of the Indian team. At the same time, in the IPL too, he scored runs in an aggressive way. He scored his fastest century in the 2010 season, but unfortunately his team lost.

Pathan started off slow in that match against Mumbai Indians but as the match progressed, his run-scoring pace increased. Pathan scored a lot of runs against both the fast bowlers and the spinners.


Earlier, thanks to the excellent innings of Saurabh Tiwary and Ambati Rayudu, Mumbai Indians scored 213 runs in 20 overs. In reply, Rajasthan Royals did not start well and the top batters soon returned to the pavilion. Together with Paras Dogra, Pathan took the innings forward and scored a century in 37 balls. Rajasthan Royals captain Shane Warne described this innings of Pathan as the best inning.

Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle, yes undoubtedly the Universe boss scored the fastest century of IPL in a match against Pune Warriors India. Gayle got off to a stormy start. Captain Aaron Finch applied the spinners to control Gayle but Gayle did not make any difference. When all the arrows of Finch’s quiver failed, he decided to bowl himself. But Gayle hit Finch for 29 runs in that over.

He smashed every Pune Warriors bowlers as Gayle scored a century in just 9 overs. For this he took only 30 balls. Gayle scored 150 runs in 15 overs as he ended his on 175 runs in the match and it was just a cakewalk for RCB thereafter.

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