New Zealand's cricketer Corey Anderson scores fastest ODI ton in just 36 balls

New Delhi/January 1
New Zealand’s Corey Anderson on Wednesday scored fastest ever ton in One Day International cricket by scoring a ton in just 36 balls (12 sixes and 4 fours), beating the previous record of Pakistan’s Shahid Afridi who had scored 100 runs in just 37 balls. (11 sixes and 6 fours)
In the rain affected match that was reduced to 21 over per side, West Indies has invited New Zealand for batting and after losing two wickets early, Anderson along with Jessy Ryder steadied the ship and scored a blazing 131 runs in just 47 balls with the help of 14 sixes and 6 fours that led his team to score 283 runs. His blazing century along with Jessy Ryder who scored 104 runs in 51 balls led his team to a crushing 159 run victory over West Indies who only managed to score 124/5 in stipulated 21 overs.