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AB de Villiers’ ‘Ha’ most dangerous world record is still intact

Former South Africa captain AB de Villiers has retired from all forms of cricket on Friday (November 19). De Villiers has set many big records so far. In this, he has a world record that no one has been able to break till date, that of de Villiers for the fastest half-century and century in ODIs.

In the year 2015, a 5-match ODI series was played against South Africa against West Indies. In the second ODI of this series, South Africa batted first and scored 439 runs for 2 wickets. De Villiers made this record while batting this time.

Hashim Amla and Rilee Rossow made an opening partnership of 247 runs while batting first in this match. Later in the 39th over, Rosso was caught and AB came to bat at number three. AB hit the fastest fifty of his international career this time. He achieved this record in 16 balls in just 19 minutes. It included 3 fours and 5 sixes. His record is still intact.

After this, AB went on to bat and scored the world’s fastest century in just 40 minutes. He completed this century in just 31 balls with 8 fours and 10 sixes. This record of his also remains till today. He scored 149 runs in just 44 balls with a total of 9 fours and 16 sixes in this match.

New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson is second only to AB in the list of fastest ODI centuries. He scored a 36-ball century against West Indies in 2014.

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