24
Mar
07

Hayden scores fastest World Cup Century

Australian opener Matthew Hayden smashed the fastest century in World Cup history today in the match between South Africa and Australia in their Group A match.Hayden reached the landmark in 66 balls at Warner Park and thus beating the previous best century of 67 balls set by Canada’s John Davison against the West Indies at Centurion in 2003.

He achieved the record with a six off South African skipper Graeme Smith.

Australia have finished with a score of 377/6 in their 50 overs.

South Africa won the toss earlier today and elected to field first.

Meanwhile, the match between England and Kenya started late due to rain-delays and has been reduced to a 43 over aside game. Kenya is currently batting first and have reached 105/5 (24.4/43 overs).

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1 Response to “Hayden scores fastest World Cup Century”


  1. 1 Asma
    March 24, 2007 at 11:57 pm

    Now SA’s going good too, I personally believe they are a better side at the moment … my wishes for SA :>


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