England's Jack Wills on Thursday destroyed and dismantled Lancashire while playing for Surrey in Dubai. He scored a century in just 25 balls which included 11 sixes, and while it may not be recorded, given it wasn't an official game, but his exploits were outrageous, to say the least.
The 20-year-old hit the ball all over the park as the few fans watching his innings went into a state of shock. Apart from reaching the century mark in just 25 balls, he also managed to strike six sixes in an over, which is another great feat.
Following is the video released by Surrey on its official Twitter account which shows Wills hammering the ball across the park:
After his terrific knock, the youngster was over the moon, and admitted that he will cherish the innings for years to come.
"From the first ball I just tried to play my shots. After the first few overs my intention was to try and hit every ball for six, and I think after four sixes I thought, 'I could hit six sixes here'. I'd never done it before and it was nice to do that and something I will cherish," he told ICC.
The fixture wasn't a recognised one, otherwise his century would have eclipsed Chris Gayle's century of 30 balls in IPL 2013 to become the fastest-ever.