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Want to write fastest hundred in ODI’s record with my name: Afridi

Pakistan all rounder Shahid Afridi who announced his retirement from ODI cricket after the Cricket World Cup 2015 wants to end his ODI cricket career on a high note. Afridi has created fastest hundred in ODI cricket with his name (scored 102 of 37 balls) but after 17 years Corey Anderson of New Zealand had created the record by scoring a century in 35 balls. Now AB de Villiers has broken the record by scoring the hundred in 31 balls in a match against West Indies. "No one plan out to create records. It just happens when you have a very special day. If everything works well for me then I will try to break the record set by AB de Villers in the Cricket World Cup 2015," said Afridi.


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