Chris Gayle & A Collection of Shattered Records

Pepsi IPL - Match 31 RCB v PWI
Chris Gayle scored a hundred in 30 balls today against Pune Warriors India. It is the fastest hundred on record in all forms of cricket – First Class, List A or T20.

Pepsi IPL - Match 31 RCB v PWI
His innings of 175 not out is the highest in all T20 cricket.

Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kolkata Knight Riders - IPL
It comfortably beating the 158 not out scored by Brendon McCullum in the inaugural IPL game for the Kolkata Knight Riders against the Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Pepsi IPL - Match 31 RCB v PWI
The innings helped Royal Challengers Bangalore post a score of 263-5, a new T20 record.

Sri Lanka v Kenya - ICC Twenty20 World Championship
It beat Sri Lanka’s score of 260-6 against Kenya in the 2007 World Twenty20.

Essex CCC Photocall
Gayle hit 17 sixes in his innings beating Graham Napier’s record of 16 during an innings of 152* for Essex against Sussex in 2008.

Cricket - ODI , Australia v Zimbabwe - Previews
Gayle steered clear comfortably of the record for the fastest T20 hundred: a 34-ball effort by Andrew Symonds for Kent against Middlesex in 2004.

Mumbai Indians v Rajasthan Royals - IPL
Gayle was also well ahead of the IPL record of 37 balls: by Yusuf Pathan for the Rajasthan Royals against Mumbai Indians in 2010.

(FILE PHOTO) David Hookes passes away
The fastest First Class hundred on record is by Australian batsman David Hookes, who punished Victoria for a 34-ball ton in 1982-83.

Pepsi IPL - Match 31 RCB v PWI
Gayle completed his first fifty in just 17 balls, an IPL record.

Deccan Chargers v Somerset CCC:  Airtel Champions League Twenty20
Gayle equalled the IPL record set by Adam Gilchrist in the 2009 tournament for the Deccan Chargers against the Delhi Daredevils.

Courtesy: http://cricket.yahoo.com

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