Top 5 Batsmen with fastest 150s in ODIs: When it is tough to score 150s in ODI format of cricket, few players have scored 150 runs in fewest balls. There are only few players who can entertain us with their big hitting. When it comes to entertain us, no one can beat AB De Villiers. Yes! AB De Villiers tops in this list. Check out the players who have scored fastest 150s in ODI Cricket history.
Sanath Jayasuriya – 95 balls
Sri Lankan destructive player Sanath Jayasuriya finds place in this list. He had scored 150 runs in just 95 balls against England at Leeds including 20 fours and 4 massive sixes. His strike-rate was 153.53.
Luke Ronchi – 92 balls
New Zealand wicket-keeper Luke Ronchi had reached 150 runs with just 92 balls. When other team mates got out early, stood and took his team to huge total of 360 runs. He had scored 170 runs in 99 balls which includes 14 fours and 9 sixes. He played at an strike-rate of 171.71.
Sharjeel Khan – 85 balls
Pakistan opener had reached 150 runs in just 85 balls against Ireland. He got out on 152 runs in 86 balls including 16 fours and 9 sixes with a strike-rate of 176.74. He is only Pakistani player in this list.
Shane Watson – 83 balls
Australia’s one of the destructive opener Shane Watson had reached this milestone with just 83 balls during his 185 runs against Bangladesh. He smashed 15 sixes and 15 fours at a strike-rate of 192.70.
AB De Villiers – 64 balls
One of the dangerous batsman in the world, AB De Villiers tops at this list as he scored the fastest 150 in one-day internationals, from 64 balls. He had plundered 17 fours and 8 sixes. He played at a strike-rate of over 200+.