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Top 3 fastest centuries in Test cricket
Hi guys today my post is about the famous three player which made the history of fastest hundered in test history.I will give you more and more information about these three players. 1. Brendon McCullum Brendon McCullum walked to the crease in 2016 at Christchurch against Australia, in what was his last Test appearance. After losing the toss on a bowling friendly surface, New Zealand were three down for 32 runs in 19 overs. Australia were all over the hosts when McCullum took his guard. The Kiwi skipper batted the way he is known for and rescued his team by producing a fine counter-attacking punch. He 21 fours and six sixes in his blitzkrieg inning and tore apart a bowling artillery that consisted of Josh Hazlewood, James Pattinson, and Nathan Lyon. He reached his hundred off just 54 balls and that too in style. He hammered Pattinson for a four through the covers and soaked in the wild applause generated by the crowd in the stadium. 2 Viv Richards Viv Richards was cricket's first flamboyant batsman who had the skill to combine style with aggression and swag. When he batted, runs flowed off the willow and the bowlers looked clueless. The best of Richards came against England in the 5th Test in 1986. West Indies had won all four previous Tests and hence the final match was a dead-rubber. The hosts earned a massive first inning lead and the fate of the Test became evident. However, Richards decided to pour some entertainment into the game and came to bat in the second innings. He smashed everything that was bowled to him and to his luck, even the mishits went for boundaries. 3 Misbah-ul-Haq Misbah-ul-Haq's ability to hit massive sixes is well-known but he used this skill economically and most of the time, was content with batting defensively. His slow batting-style gave him the nickname 'tuk-tuk' but in 2014, he decided to show the world his hitting abilities. In the second Test against Australia at Abu Dhabi, Pakistan was 461 runs ahead when Misbah came to bat in the second innings. He had already slammed a hundred in the first innings and was in the middle just to score some quick runs before the declaration. The Aussie bowling attack which was already tired had nothing in the store to stop Misbah who made the most of the situation by scoring a 100 off just 56 balls.. Misbah played his favorite heaves on the leg-slide and was bold enough to step down the pitch when the opportunity arrived. I hoped you like my post.Thanks.