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Virender Sehwag scored 200 in 140 balls (He eventually scored 219 from 149 balls) when West Indies toured India. He beats Sachin Tendulkar's record who took 149 balls to score the first ODI double century.

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Virendra Sehwag for 309 v/s Pakistan at Multan

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Corey J.Andreson holds the record of hitting second fastest ODI Century.

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