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Gayle Hits Swift Ton, Unbeaten 175

Volatile West Indies opener Chris Gayle banged up a century off 30 balls in an Indian Premier League match season 6 on Tuesday and finished on 175 not out, the uppermost ever Twenty20 innings. Playing for the Bangalore franchise, Gayle exploded 17 sixes and 13 fours off just 66 deliveries to carry his team to a massive total of 263 for five wickets. Pune captain Aaron Finch looked helplessly as the 33-year-old Jamaican bashed the bowlers to every parts of the ground and some of the sixes winged out of the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium. Gayle's 30-ball century dominate the 34-ball century scored by Australian Andrew Symonds for Kent in opposition to Middlesex in 2004. The left-hander also positioned the highest individual score in a Twenty20 game, going past New Zealander Brendon McCullum's 158. Flamboyant Pakistani All-rounder Shahid Afridi kept the record of quickest international century in the 50-50 format (37 balls) and South African Richard Levi (45 balls) has made the fastest international T20 hundred.

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