Shahid Afridi hit a sensational hundred off just 37balls vs srilanka in Nairobi .
Actually was flown in to play for the Pakistan team from West Indies to Nairobi in 1996 and didn’t have a proper bat.
That’s when Waqar Younis gave ‘Young Afridi’ Sachin Tendulkar’s bat. Afridi hit 11 sixes and six boundaries with the bat and scored a 37-ball century against Sri Lanka which was the then fastest ODI century. The record, broken later by Corey Anderson (36 balls), now belongs to South Africa’s AB de Villiers (31 balls).