New Delhi: It was one of the most destructive batting performances in recent times. Virender sehwag, enhancing his reputation as one of the most dangerous players in world cricket, the seventh fastest century in the history of ODI cricket in Hamilton in the fourth ODI against New Zealand.
The Seddon Park crowd witnessed the home side get annihilated by Sehwag, who smashed his hundred in just 60 balls and thus beating Mohammad Azharuddin to score the fastest ton by an Indian.
The incessant rain did not deter Sehwag who finished with a blazing 125 not out from 74 balls that included 14 boundaries and six sixes.
Virender Sehwag smashed the fastest hundred by an Indian in ODI history.
Sehwag sizzled to score his third century in New Zealand and hence, authoring India's win in the fourth ODI, which handed out India a series win with a game remaining.