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List of international cricket centuries at Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium

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Since Mohali hosted its first Test match in 1994 and first One Day International match in 1993, batsman have scored twenty five centuries in Tests and eight in ODIs

The Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium is a cricket ground in Mohali, near Chandigarh, India. It is popularly known to as the Mohali Stadium, PCA Stadium or Bindra Stadium. It has an official capacity of 26,950 spectators.[1] The stadium was designed by Arun Loomba and Associates, Panchkula and constructed by R.S. Construction Company, Chandigarh.[2] It is home to the Punjab cricket team and the Indian Premier League's Kings XI Punjab,[3] as well as being a Test, One Day International and Twenty20 International (T20) venue. The ground has hosted thirteen Test matches, the first in 1994 when India played the West Indies.[4] It has also staged twenty-five One Day International matches, the first of which was in 1993 when South Africa lost to India by 43 runs.[5] Four T20 Internationals have been played at the ground, the first when India beat Sri Lanka by 6 wickets in 2009.[6] Of the twenty-five One Day Internationals played at the stadium, three matches (including a semi-final) were staged during the 2011 Cricket World Cup. Of the four Twenty20 International staged at the venue, three matches were held during the 2016 ICC World Twenty20.

The first century at the ground was scored by the West Indian Jimmy Adams. He made 174 not out against India during the third Test of the 1994–95 West Indies tour of India. The first Indian to score a century at the ground was Manoj Prabhakar, who made 120 in the same match. India's Shikhar Dhawan's 187, against Australia in March 2013, is the highest individual score by a batsman at the ground. India's Rahul Dravid, Gautam Gambhir, Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar have scored the most centuries at the venue with two each. As of November 2016, 25 Test centuries have been scored at the stadium.

New Zealand's Nathan Astle was the first player to score a century in One Day Internationals at the ground. He made 117 against Pakistan during the first match of the 1997 Pepsi Independence Cup.[7] The first century made by an Indian at the ground is MS Dhoni, who made 139 not out against Australia during the third latter's 2013–14 tour of India.[8] Rohit Sharma's 208 not out, against Sri Lanka in 2017, is the highest ODI score by a batsman at the ground. As of March 2019, twelve ODI centuries have been scored by as many players at the PCA Stadium.

Contents

KeyEdit

  • * denotes that the batsman was not out.
  • Inns. denotes the number of the innings in the match.
  • Balls denotes the number of balls faced in an innings.
  • NR denotes that the number of balls was not recorded.
  • Parentheses next to the player's score denotes his century number at Brabourne Stadium.
  • The column title Date refers to the date the match started.

Test centuriesEdit

 
Shikhar Dhawan's 187 is the highest score in test matches at the ground.

The following table summarises the Test centuries scored at the PCA Stadium.[9]

No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Result
1 174* Jimmy Adams   West Indies 371 1   India 10 December 1994 Won[10]
2 120 Manoj Prabhakar   India 275 2   West Indies 10 December 1994 Lost[10]
3 108 Marvan Atapattu   Sri Lanka 244 1   India 19 November 1997 Drawn[11]
4 131 Navjot Singh Sidhu   India 372 2   Sri Lanka 19 November 1997 Drawn[11]
5 109 Sourav Ganguly (1/2)   India 240 2   Sri Lanka 19 November 1997 Drawn[11]
6 110* Aravinda de Silva   Sri Lanka 263 3   India 19 November 1997 Drawn[11]
7 144 Rahul Dravid (1/2)   India 327 3   New Zealand 10 October 1999 Drawn[12]
8 126* Sachin Tendulkar   India 248 3   New Zealand 10 October 1999 Drawn[12]
9 100 Deep Dasgupta   India 254 2   England 3 December 2001 Won[13]
10 145 Mark Richardson   New Zealand 410 1   India 16 October 2003 Drawn[14]
11 106 Lou Vincent   New Zealand 227 1   India 16 October 2003 Drawn[14]
12 119 Scott Styris   New Zealand 231 1   India 16 October 2003 Drawn[14]
13 100* Craig McMillan   New Zealand 130 1   India 16 October 2003 Drawn[14]
14 130 Virender Sehwag (1/2)   India 225 2   New Zealand 16 October 2003 Drawn[14]
15 104 V. V. S. Laxman   India 262 2   New Zealand 16 October 2003 Drawn[14]
16 173 Virender Sehwag (2/2)   India 244 2   Pakistan 8 March 2005 Drawn[15]
17 109 Kamran Akmal   Pakistan 154 3   India 8 March 2005 Drawn[15]
18 102 Sourav Ganguly (2/2)   India 225 1   Australia 17 October 2008 Won[16]
19 104 Gautam Gambhir (1/2)   India 138 3   Australia 17 October 2008 Won[16]
20 179 Gautam Gambhir (2/2)   India 348 1   England 19 December 2008 Drawn[17]
21 136 Rahul Dravid (2/2)   India 328 1   England 19 December 2008 Drawn[17]
22 144 Kevin Pietersen   England 201 2   India 19 December 2008 Drawn[17]
23 126 Shane Watson   Australia 338 1   India 1 October 2010 Lost[18]
24 153 Murali Vijay   India 317 2   Australia 14 March 2013 Drawn[19]
25 187 Shikhar Dhawan   India 174 2   Australia 14 March 2013 Drawn[19]

One Day International centuriesEdit

 
Rohit Sharma's unbeaten 208 is the highest ODI score at the ground

The following table summarises the One Day International centuries scored at the PCA Stadium.[20]

No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Result
1 117 Nathan Astle   New Zealand 132 1   Pakistan 9 May 1997 Won[21]
2 105 Upul Tharanga   Sri Lanka 129 1   Bangladesh 7 October 2006 Won[22]
3 117 Younis Khan   Pakistan 110 2   India 8 November 2007 Won[23]
4 113 Hashim Amla   South Africa 130 1   Netherlands 3 March 2011 Won[24]
5 134 AB de Villiers   South Africa 98 1   Netherlands 3 March 2011 Won[24]
6 107 Devon Smith   West Indies 133 1   Ireland 11 March 2011 Lost[25]
7 139* MS Dhoni   India 121 1   Australia 19 October 2013 Lost[26]
8 154* Virat Kohli   India 134 2   New Zealand 23 October 2016 Won[27]
9 208* Rohit Sharma   India 153 1   Sri Lanka 13 December 2017 Won[28]
10 111* Angelo Mathews   Sri Lanka 132 2   India 13 December 2017 Lost[28]
11 143 Shikhar Dhawan   India 115 1   Australia 10 March 2019 Lost[29]
12 117 Peter Handscomb   Australia 105 2   India 10 March 2019 Won[29]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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