3rd Test, Day 5: David Warner breaks Mathew Hayden's record, slams fastest 100 at SCG
The record was previously held by Matthew Hayden, who scored a century off 84 balls against Zimbabwe in 2003.
New Delhi: In-form Australian opener David Warner added yet another feather to his cap as he slammed the fastest ton at Sydney Cricket Ground against West Indies on Day 5 of the ongoing third Test.
Warner, who reached the three-figure mark off 82 balls, broke the record previously held by Matthew Hayden, who had scored a century off 84 balls against Zimbabwe in 2003.
David Warner 100 in 82 balls is the fastest Test 100 at the SCG! Previous quickest: 84 balls by Matthew Hayden (101*) vs Zim in 2003 #AusvWI
— Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) January 7, 2016
The third Test is all set to be a draw as a result of persistent rain on most of the days.