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Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Corey Anderson 36-ball fastest ODI century - New Zealand vs West Indies 3rd ODI 2014 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Corey Anderson 36-ball fastest ODI century - New Zealand vs West Indies 3rd ODI 2014


Watch the highlights of Corey Anderson 36-ball fastest ODI century - New Zealand vs West Indies 3rd ODI 2014 - West Indies tour of New Zealand 5-match one-day international series of the 3rd ODI match played between West Indies and New Zealand at Queenstown in 01st January 2014.

New Year New record-breaking fastest ODI century from Corey Anderson - Jesse Ryder's quickest ton gives New Zealand emphatic 159-run victory over West Indies and levelled the series 1-1 in the third ODI at Queenstown.

* Corey Anderson hammered a to score the fastest ODI century, off just 36-balls, broken the record of 37-balls set by a 16-year-old Shahid Afridi in 1996.

* Corey Anderson blasted 14 sixes, two behind Rohit Sharma's world record of 16 and New Zealand's sixes tally stood at 22, another world record. India hit 19 sixes in the same match in which Rohit Sharma smashed 209 against Australia, but that was off 50 overs. New Zealand managed all those in just 21-overs.

New Zealand scored mammoth total of 283-4 in 21-overs due to weather allotted each side 21 overs - with top scorer by Corey Anderson 131 not out - who struck his maiden ODI hundred.

Jesse Ryder 104 off 51-balls - which was his 3rd ODI hundred - who hammered a quick-fire 46-ball century the 6th quickest ODI century of all time and Brendon McCullum scored 11-ball 33-runs.

West Indies best bowler by Jason Holder picked up two-wickets, Nikita Miller and Sunil Narine both took 1-1 wickets.

West Indies scored 124-5 in 21 overs with top scorer by Dwayne Bravo scored a unbeaten 56 off 54-balls including 3-fours and 3-sixes, Narsingh Deonarine scored 29 off 30-balls included four boundaries, Chadwick Walton scored 17.

New Zealand best bowler by Mitchell McClenaghan picked up two-wickets, Kyle Mills, Jesse Ryder and James Neesham each took one-wickets.

Corey Anderson named player of the match for his World record-breaking 36-ball century to scored a unbeaten 131-runs knocked off facing just 41-balls including 14-sixes and 4-fours with strike rate of 278.72.