Ireland's Kevin O'Brien celebrates his record breaking century during the Cricket World Cup match between England and Ireland in Bangalore, India, Wednesday, March 2, 2011. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

Cricket is a game of moments that etch themselves into history, and among those moments, few shine as brightly as the exhilarating sight of a batsman reaching a century in the blink of an eye. The ICC Cricket World Cup has witnessed some breathtaking displays of batting prowess.

Here are 5 batsmans with fastest century in ICC World Cup history:-

Matthew Hayden (66 Balls)

The 2007 World Cup saw Australian opener Matthew Hayden pulverize the South African bowling attack, reaching his century in a mere 66 balls. His explosive innings showcased the relentless dominance of the Australian cricketing powerhouse.

Eoin Morgan(57 Balls)

Eoin Morgan’s century against Afghanistan in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 was a spectacular display of aggressive batting. He scored 148 runs off just 71 balls, including a record-breaking 17 sixes in his innings.

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Morgan’s century came in just 57 balls, making it one of the fastest centuries in World Cup history. His dominant performance played a pivotal role in England’s total of 397/6, ultimately leading to a convincing victory for the English side.

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