Most T20I Hundred: Australian powerhouse Glenn Maxwell etched his name in T20 International cricket history, smashing a magnificent century against the West Indies to equal Indian skipper Rohit Sharma’s record of five centuries in the format.
Explosive Innings Lights Up Adelaide
During the second T20I at the Adelaide Oval, Maxwell unleashed a whirlwind 50-ball century, demonstrating his trademark explosive batting that has made him a fan favorite across the globe. This remarkable innings propelled Maxwell to the top of the charts alongside Rohit Sharma, further solidifying his position as one of the most destructive batters in the shortest format of the game.
Maxwell: The Fastest to Five Hundred in T20I
In a testament to his aggressive style, Maxwell surpassed Sharma in reaching the five-century mark. Maxwell achieved this feat in a blistering 94 innings, significantly fewer than Sharma’s 143 innings. This record-breaking pace underscores Maxwell’s devastating ability to dominate opposition bowlers.
India’s Suryakumar Yadav: Chasing the Record
The battle for T20I century supremacy is far from over. India’s batting sensation, Suryakumar Yadav, is hot on the heels of Maxwell and Sharma with an impressive four centuries in just 57 innings. Yadav’s flamboyant batting and scoring consistency suggest he could soon stake his claim to the most T20I centuries record.