Cricket January 2014 :  It is Just the Beginning of 2014. But Proving to be a Thrilling year in Cricket History. Cricket Fans has Already Seen & Experienced Some Spectacular Cricket From All Over The World. So Many Records has Been Broken. Some Very Close Games were played. here we  Discussing some of the thrilling moments, happens in January 2014.

Cricket January 2014: Thrilling and Records Breaking Month

Cricket January 2014

1 Jan 2014: Cory Anderson Breaks World Record of Fastest Century

Cory Anderson Breaks World Record of Fastest Century in ODI Cricket History. he Scored his Maiden Century, Facing Just 36 Ball. Previously Shahid Afridi Was Owner of This Record. [ Detail & Video ]

5 Jan 2014: Australia White Washed England in Ashes Test Series

It’s a WHITEWASH! Sorry England embarrassed by Australia after another humiliating defeat Down Under as hosts complete 5-0 rout in Sydney. England came here with high hopes of an historic fourth successive Ashes victory but everything that could go wrong has gone wrong for them in a brutal unraveling of a once great Test team.

Australia win fifth Test by 281 runs with over two days unused.
Carberry England top-scorer with 43 but top order fails again.
Only third whitewash in history of the Ashes.

17 Jan 2014. James Faulkner Smashed 68

James Faulkner’s unbeaten 69 off 47 balls is the third highest by a number nine batsman in ODIs – the highest two innings being by West Indian batsmen – Andre Russell’s 92 not out vs India at North Sound on June 11, 2011 and Darren Sammy’s 84 vs Australia at Gros Islet on March 25, 2012.  [ Detail ]

12 Jan 2014Club cricketer hits 307 off 115 balls

A Hawke’s Bay club cricketer has taken six-hitting and the unwritten rule of “save your legs” to a record breaking level when he smashed a blistering 307 from just 115 balls including 27 towering sixes at the weekend.
Napier Tech Old Boys senior grade batsman and Hawke’s Bay Cricket CEO Craig Findlay pummelled the St Johns College first XI bowlers into submission with a strike rate of 266.66 during the sides’ senior grade match on Saturday.
The St Johns boys had no answer for the 42-year-old juggernaut who opened the batting and came out swinging from ball one at Nelson Park. [ More Detail ]

12 Jan 2014. Shahzaib Hassan Fastest A List Century

Shahzaib Hassan the Pakistan’s International player who represented pakistan national team in T20. Shahzaib Scored Forty-ball century in the List A match against State Bank. he Samshed 11 fours and 10 sixes, playing from port-qasim. that 4th Fastest in List A.

top 10 Fastest Centuries in List A Cricket

36 CJ Anderson (131*) New Zealand v West Indies Queenstown 2014

36 GD Rose (110) Somerset v Devon Torquay 1990

37 Shahid Afridi (102) Pakistan v Sri Lanka Nairobi 1996

40 Shahzaib Hasan (112*) Port Qasim v State Bank Karachi 2013-14

40 YK Pathan (108*) Baroda v Maharashtra Ahmedabad 2009-10

43 RR Watson (103*) Scotland v Somerset Edinburgh 2003

44 MA Ealham (112) Kent v Derbyshire Maidstone 1995

44 MV Boucher (147*) South Africa v Zimbabwe Potchefstroom 2006

44 TC Smith (106) Lancashire v Worcestershire Worcester 2012

45 BC Lara (117) West Indies v Bangladesh Dhaka 1999

45 Shahid Afridi (102) Pakistan v India Kanpur 2005

16 Jan 2014. Craig Simmons smashes fastest Big Bash League century

Simmons brought up his first hundred of this summer’s tournament, off just 39 balls Thursday night. Simmons heaved Michael Neser on to the roof of the players’ pavilion. it was also the seventh quickest century in T20 cricket ever

20 Jan 2014: Pakistan Beat Srilanka in 3rd Test at Sharjah

Pakistan pulled off a thrilling win in the third and final Test against Sri Lanka in Sharjah on Monday, leveling the series 1-1. daunting 302 runs to win in a possible 59 overs, Pakistan owed their successful chase. Azhar Ali Scored a Century, while Misbah Remain Not out on 68. Pakistan’s run-rate of 5.25 was the highest in a successful chase of a 300-plus target. one of the most amazing victory in test cricket history.

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