Centuries in T20s are a rare feat as the format provides very little time for the batsman to score big. Especially in a tournament like PSL, the T20 league in Pakistan, where teams are filled with fiery Pakistani bowlers, it will be a big feat to move to a triple-digit score.

The Multan Sultan batsman Usman Khan’s 36-ball century against Quetta gladiators in 2023 in Rawalpindi is the fastest century ever scored by a batter in a PSL game.

This article will list the fastest centuries (in terms of balls faced) in PSL history.

Fastest 100s in PSL

Usman KhanMultan Sultans36Quetta GladiatorsRawalpindi2023
Rilee RossouwMultan Sultans41Peshawar ZalmiRawalpindi2023
Rilee RossouwMultan Sultans43Quetta GladiatorsMultan2020
Jason RoyQuetta Gladiators44Peshawar ZalmiRawalpindi2023
Harry BrookLahore Qalandars48Islamabad UnitedLahore2022
Cameron DelportIslamabad United49Lahore QalandarsKarachi2019
Jason RoyQuetta Gladiators49Lahore QalandarsKarachi2022
Sharjeel KhanIslamabad United50Peshawar ZalmiDubai2016
Colin IngramKarachi Kings50Quetta GladiatorsSharjah2019
Fakhar ZamanLahore Qalandars50Islamabad UnitedRawalpindi2023

Key Stats

Jason Roy became the first player to score two PSL centuries in less than 50 balls. His second century – the unbeaten 145 against Peshawar Zalmi is the highest-ever individual score in PSL. And he is followed by Rilee Rossouw.

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Kamran Akmal’s innings of the fastest 50 in the tournament in 17 deliveries didn’t find a place in this chart as he was dismissed by Ravi Bopara when he was batting at 77 in 27 balls. In his record century knock, Rossouw crossed the milestone of 50 in 20 balls.

Also Read: Most Runs in PSL (Overall)

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