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List of international cricket centuries by Rohit Sharma

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Rohit Sharma has scored twenty-nine centuries in international cricket.

Rohit Sharma is an Indian cricketer who has represented the national cricket team since 2007.[1] He has made twenty-nine centuries in international cricket— twenty-two in One Day Internationals (ODI), three in Tests and four in Twenty20 International (T20Is)—as of January 2019.

Sharma made his ODI debut against Ireland in June 2007.[1] He scored his first century during the 2010 Tri-nation tournament in Zimbabwe when he made 114 against the hosts. In October 2013, he became the third player to score an ODI double-century when he made 209 against Australia.[2] His highest score of 264, which remains the highest individual total by a batsman in the format as of February 2019, was made against Sri Lanka at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata, in November 2014.[3][2] In January 2016, he made 171 not out against Australia; it remained the highest score by a visiting batsman against Australia until England's Jason Roy made 180 in 2018.[a][5] In December 2017, he became the first player to score three double centuries in ODIs when he made 208 not out against Sri Lanka.[6] Sharma's seven scores in excess of 150 is a record in the format.[7] In terms of centuries made, he has been most successful (seven centuries) against Australia.

Sharma made his Test debut during the 2013-14 home series against West Indies.[8] He scored two centuries in successive matches, including an innings of 177 on debut,[b] and won the "Man of the series" accolade.[10] Sharma made his T20I debut in 2007.[1] In October 2015, he became the second Indian to score a century in the format when he made 106 against South Africa. Sharma jointly holds the record—along with David Miller—for the fastest T20I century by a batsman,[c] and he is the only player to score four centuries in the format.[12] As of February 2019, Sharma is joint forty-second in the list of century-makers in international cricket.[d]

Contents

KeyEdit

 
Eden Gardens, where Rohit made his highest career score in ODIs.
Symbol Meaning
* Remained not out
  Man of the match
  Captained the Indian cricket team
Pos. Position in the batting order
Inn. The innings of the match
S/R Strike rate during the innings
H/A/N Venue was at home (India), away or neutral
Date Match starting day
Lost The match was lost by India
Won The match was won by India
Drawn The match was drawn
(D/L) The result of the match was based upon the Duckworth–Lewis method
Home The match was played in India
Away The match was played in opponent's country
Neutral The match was played neither in India nor in the opponent's country

Test centuriesEdit

Centuries scored in Tests[14]
No. Score Balls Against Pos. Inn. Test Venue H/A Date Result Ref
1 177   301   West Indies 6 2 1/2   Eden Gardens, Kolkata Home 6 November 2013 Won [15]
2 111* 127   West Indies 6 2 2/2   Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai Home 14 November 2013 Won [10]
3 102* 160   Sri Lanka 6 2 2/3   Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur Home 24 November 2017 Won [16]

One Day International centuriesEdit

Centuries scored in ODIs[17]
No. Score Balls Against Pos. Inn. S/R Venue H/A/N Date Result Ref
1 114 119   Zimbabwe 4 1 95.79   Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo Away 28 May 2010 Lost [18]
2 101*   100   Sri Lanka 4 2 101.00   Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo Neutral 30 May 2010 Won [19]
3 141*   123   Australia 1 2 114.63   Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur Home 16 October 2013 Won [20]
4 209   158   Australia 1 1 132.27   M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore Home 2 November 2013 Won [21]
5 264   173   Sri Lanka 2 1 152.60   Eden Gardens, Kolkata Home 13 November 2014 Won [22]
6 138 139   Australia 1 1 99.28   Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Away 18 January 2015 Lost [23]
7 137   126   Bangladesh 1 1 108.73   Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Neutral 19 March 2015 Won [24]
8 150 133   South Africa 1 2 112.78   Green Park Stadium, Kanpur Home 11 October 2015 Lost [25]
9 171* 163   Australia 1 1 104.90   WACA Ground, Perth Away 12 January 2016 Lost [26]
10 124   127   Australia 1 1 97.63   The Gabba, Brisbane Away 15 January 2016 Lost [27]
11 123*   129   Bangladesh 1 2 95.34   Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham Neutral 15 June 2017 Won [28]
12 124* 145   Sri Lanka 1 2 85.51   Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Pallekele Away 27 August 2017 Won [29]
13 104 88   Sri Lanka 1 1 118.18   R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo Away 31 August 2017 Won [30]
14 125   109   Australia 2 2 114.67   Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium Nagpur Home 1 October 2017 Won [31]
15 147   138   New Zealand 1 1 106.52   Green Park Stadium, Kanpur Home 29 October 2017 Won [32]
16 208*     153   Sri Lanka 1 1 135.94   Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali Home 13 December 2017 Won [33]
17 115   126   South Africa 1 1 91.26   St. George's Park, Port Elizabeth Away 13 February 2018 Won [34]
18 137* 114   England 1 2 120.17   Trent Bridge, Nottingham Away 12 July 2018 Won [35]
19 111*   119   Pakistan 1 2 93.27   Dubai Cricket Stadium, Dubai Neutral 23 September 2018 Won [36]
20 152* 117   West Indies 1 2 129.58   ACA Stadium, Guwahati Home 21 October 2018 Won [37]
21 162   137   West Indies 1 1 118.25   Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai Home 29 October 2018 Won [38]
22 133 129   Australia 1 2 103.10   Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Away 12 January 2019 Lost [39]

Twenty20 International centuriesEdit

Centuries scored in T20Is[40]
No. Score Balls Against Pos. Inn. S/R Venue H/A/N Date Result Ref
1 106 66   South Africa 1 1 160.60   HPCA Stadium, Dharamsala Home 2 October 2015 Lost [41]
2 118     43   Sri Lanka 1 1 274.41   Holkar Stadium, Indore Home 22 December 2017 Won [42]
3 100*   56   England 1 2 178.57   Bristol County Ground, Bristol Away 8 July 2018 Won [43]
4 111*     61   West Indies 1 1 181.96   Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Cricket Stadium, Lucknow Home 6 November 2018 Won [44]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ As of January 2019, this remains the seventh-highest individual score in Australia.[4]
  2. ^ Sharma was the 14th Indian to score a century on Test debut.[9]
  3. ^ Sharma completed his century off 35 balls during the course of his 118 against Sri Lanka in December 2017.[11]
  4. ^ Sharma shares the position with Mohammad Azharuddin and Don Bradman.[13]

ReferencesEdit

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