New Zealand's Brendon McCullum is the first batsman to score the fastest century in cricket
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The other batsman is Viv Richards. He scored the fastest century in Tests in 56 balls. He achieved this record against the England team. This match took place in 1985.
Misbah-ul-Haki, who came at number three, scored the fastest century of his Test cricket in 56 balls.
Australian batsman Adam Gilchrist is fourth with his fastest century in Tests with just 57 balls.
Australia's great batsman Jack Gregory comes at number five in terms of making the fastest century in Test cricket. He did this feat in 67 balls.
Chanderpaul is the first batsman of the West Indies team to score the fastest century of his Test in 69 balls. This match was made against the Australia team in 2002.
David Warner is the batsman of the Australian team to fastest century in test cricket in 69 balls, which he made against the Indian team in 2011.
Chris Gayle, a strong West Indies batsman, has a unique record to his name, this is his record for the fastest century in which Chris Gayle scored 70 balls
Roy Fredericks is a right-handed batsman for the West Indies team. He did this feat against the Australian team. He scored the fastest century in Tests in just 71 balls.
In the ongoing 2017-2018 match against West Indies, New Zealand batsman Brendon Colin de Grandhomme scored the fast in just 71 balls.