Ibrahim Zadran, the 21-year-old opener for Afghanistan, made history during the ICC cricket world cup 2023 match against Australia.
He became the first Afghan player to score a century in a World Cup match, contributing significantly to his team's overall performance.
Zadran has been one of the Afghanistan's most consistent players over the past few years and has been phenomenal in the world cup 2023.
Zadran's unbeaten 129 from 143 balls was a key factor in Afghanistan's total score of 291-5, their highest ever in a World Cup match. His century not only helped Afghanistan to set a competitive score but also made him the fourth youngest player to hit a ODI World Cup ton.
Zadran went past the records set by Virat Kohli and Sachin Tendulkar and joined them in the elite list. The opener achieved the record at the age of 21 years and 330 days with his knock in Mumbai