Morgan broke the record of Rohit, Gayle, and AB de by putting 17 sixes

Morgan broke the record of Rohit, Gayle, and AB de by putting 17 sixes
  • Morgan scored the fastest century in 57 balls, scoring 17 sixes and four fours in an innings of 148 runs
  • Earlier, Rohit, De Villiers, and Gayle have scored 16 sixes in one inning
  • De Villiers scored 88% with the help of fours and sixes

England captain Eoin Morgan made the fastest century of this World Cup against Afghanistan. Morgan completed the Century on 57 balls. He made 148 runs at 71 balls with the help of 17 sixes and 4 fours. He also became the highest batsmen in the innings with 17 sixes. Morgan broke the record of Rohit Sharma, AB de Villiers, and Chris Gayle 16 sixes. He scored 102 runs only with sixes In this innings. Eoin Morgan made 80% runs of his innings made with the help of fours and sixes.

Most 22 sixes in the world cup of Morgan

In one ODI, Eoin Morgan scored 17 sixes in his innings. he became the most successful batsman and broke the record of West Indian Chris Gayle, Rohit Sharma of India and AB de Villiers 16-16 sixes in South Africa. He also became the player with the highest number of 22 sixes in this World Cup. He left behind Aaron Finch of Australia (14 sixes).

Player  Score  Six Four 6/4 Runs %
Eoin Morgan 148 17 4 88%
AB de Villiers 149 16 9 88%
Chris Gayle 215 16 10 63%
Rohit Sharma 209 16 12 67%

Kevin O’Brien hit the fastest century in the World Cup

Batsman Ball Against whom Year
Kevin O’Brien 50 England  2011
Glen Maxwell 51 Sri Lanka  2015
AB de Villiers 52 West Indies  2015
Eoin Morgan 57 Afghanistan 2019
Matthew Hayden 66  South Africa 2007

England totaled 25 sixes in this match. He became the most successful team in a World Cup match. He left behind the West Indies (against Zimbabwe in 2015) 19 sixes.

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