There is a new boss in West Indies town as it relates to T20 International cricket, and he’s Johnson Charles.
The 34-year-old St Lucian national knocked an impressive century – 100 runs, from a mere 39 balls against South Africa on Sunday
Charles dashed way the previous record held by the Worl’ Boss, Chris Gayle, from back in 2016.
Charles hit nine fours and nine sixes to smash his way to be the new record holder for fastest century in a T20I for a West Indies player.
However, the West Indies ended up losing the match to South Africa after amassing all of 258 runs batting first.