When it comes to scoring a century, the T20 format is most difficult to do that as a batsman have only 120 balls to achieve that rare feat. West Indies' Chris Gayle has the most centuries (22) in the shortest format of the game and he is one of the most lethal batsmen in T20s. But when it comes to international cricket only 41
centuries have been scored so far.
Rohit Sharma, India's premier batsman and one of the best batsmen in the limited-overs format at present are leading the chart of most centuries in T20Is with 4 hundred.
Here is the list of players with most centuries in T20Is:
1. Rohit Sharma (4 Centuries)
- The stylish right-hander is now leading the chart after he scored an unbeaten 111 against West Indies on Tuesday, November 6 and helped India to win 7th consecutive T20 series win. His highest score 117 off just 43 balls came against Sri Lanka at Indore in 2017.
2. Colin Munro/Glenn Maxwell (3 Centuries each)
- New Zeland's Colin Munro and Australia's Glenn Maxwell have scored 3 centuries each. Munro third and last hundred came against West Indies in January 2018 when he slammed 104 off 53 balls. His highest score came against India at Rajkot in 2017 where he hammered India's bowlers and remained unbeaten on 109 off 58 balls. On the other hand, Maxwell's third hundred helped Australia to chase 190 against India earlier this year when he took India apart and hammered unbeaten 113 off 55 balls.
3. Kl Rahul/C Gayle/A Finch/B McCullum/M Guptil/E Lewis (2 Centuries each)
- Six batsmen have scored 2 centuries each in T20Is. Australia's Aaron Finch
has the highest score by any player. He scored 172 off 76 balls against Zimbabwe in 2018 at Harare Sports Club, Harare while Chris Gayle
was the first player to score a century in T20Is when he scored 117 off 57 balls against South Africa in T20 World Cup 2007 in Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg.
batsmen have scored a century each including India's Suresh Raina who was the first Indian batsman to score a century in T20Is which came against South Africa in World T20 2010 IN Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet. Richie Berrington (Scotland) Was the first associate nation
batsman to reach the three-figure mark. He scored 100 off 58 balls against Bangladesh in Sportpark Westvliet, Voorburg, 2012.
Last updated on August 18, 2019
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