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List of centuries in Twenty20 International cricket

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Rohit Sharma is the only batsman to have scored four T20I centuries
Rohit Sharma is the only batsman to have scored four T20I centuries

A Twenty20 International (T20I) is an international cricket match between two teams, each having T20I status, as determined by the International Cricket Council, the sport's world governing body.[1] In a T20I, the two teams play a single innings each, which is restricted to a maximum of 20 overs.[2] The format was originally introduced by the England and Wales Cricket Board for the county cricket competition with the first matches contested on 13 June 2003 between the English counties in the Twenty20 Cup.[3] The first T20I took place on 17 February 2005 when Australia defeated New Zealand by 44 runs at Eden Park in Auckland, with Australian captain Ricky Ponting finishing not out on 98.[4]

A century is a score of one hundred or more runs by a batsman in a single innings.[5] This is regarded as a notable achievement.[6] The first century in a T20I match was scored by Chris Gayle of the West Indies who made 117 against South Africa at the inaugural ICC World Twenty20 in 2007.[7][8] South Africa won the match, one of only 18 occurrences which did not result in a victory to the team with the player scoring the century.[9] One further T20I century has been scored in a match that ended in a no result.[10]

India's Rohit Sharma leads the list with four T20I centuries, followed by Czech Republic's Sabawoon Davizi, Australia's Glenn Maxwell and New Zealand's Colin Munro with three each.[11] A further 15 players have scored two T20I centuries including Evin Lewis of the West Indies.[11] Lewis' first century came during the 2016 series against India at the Central Broward Regional Park in Lauderhill, Florida.[12] In reply, India's KL Rahul finished on 110 not out, the first occasion where two T20I centuries were scored in the same match.[13] Rahul's innings was one of the 23 instances where a batsman scored a century in the second innings of a T20I match.[14]

Aaron Finch of Australia posted the highest innings score in a T20I match with 172.[15]
Aaron Finch of Australia posted the highest innings score in a T20I match with 172.[15]

In July 2018, Finch posted 172 from 76 balls against Zimbabwe during the 2018 Zimbabwe Tri-Nation Series to break his own record for the highest score in a T20I match,[15][16] eclipsing the 156 he set in August 2013.[17] Rohit Sharma, David Miller of South Africa and the Czech Republic's Sudesh Wickramasekara all share the record for the fastest T20I century, reaching the milestone from 35 deliveries.[18][19][20][21]

Only Lesile Dunbar of Serbia, Ravinderpal Singh of Canada, Namibia's Jean-Pierre Kotze and Matthew Spoors of Canada have scored century on their T20I debuts.[22]

The oldest player to score a T20I century is Gibraltar's Balaji Pai who was aged 39 years and 272 days when he reached 107 not out runs against Bulgaria in October 2021.[23] At the age of 18 years and 280 days, Gustav Mckeon of France became the youngest, scoring 109 runs in July 2022 against Switzerland.[24]

As of 25 November 2022, 106 centuries have been scored by 82 different players from over 1,900 T20I matches.[25]

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County cricket

County cricket

Inter-county cricket matches are known to have been played since the early 18th century, involving teams that are representative of the historic counties of England and Wales. Since the late 19th century, there have been two county championship competitions played at different levels: the County Championship, a first-class competition which involves eighteen first-class county clubs among which seventeen are English and one is from Wales; and the National Counties Championship, which involves nineteen English county clubs and one club that represents several Welsh counties.

Australia national cricket team

Australia national cricket team

The Australia men's national cricket team represents Australia in men's international cricket. As the joint oldest team in Test cricket history, playing in the first ever Test match in 1877, the team also plays One-Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) cricket, participating in both the first ODI, against England in the 1970–71 season and the first T20I, against New Zealand in the 2004–05 season, winning both games. The team draws its players from teams playing in the Australian domestic competitions – the Sheffield Shield, the Australian domestic limited-overs cricket tournament and the Big Bash League.

Auckland

Auckland

Auckland is a large metropolitan city in the North Island of New Zealand. The most populous urban area in the country and the fifth largest city in Oceania, Auckland has an urban population of about 1,440,300. It is located in the greater Auckland Region—the area governed by Auckland Council—which includes outlying rural areas and the islands of the Hauraki Gulf, and which has a total population of 1,695,200. While Europeans continue to make up the plurality of Auckland's population, the city became multicultural and cosmopolitan in the late-20th century, with Asians accounting for 31% of the city's population in 2018. Auckland has the fourth largest foreign-born population in the world, with 39% of its residents born overseas. With its large population of Pasifika New Zealanders, the city is also home to the biggest ethnic Polynesian population in the world. The Māori-language name for Auckland is Tāmaki Makaurau, meaning "Tāmaki desired by many", in reference to the desirability of its natural resources and geography.

Century (cricket)

Century (cricket)

In cricket, a century is a score of 100 or more runs in a single innings by a batsman. The term is also included in "century partnership" which occurs when two batsmen add 100 runs to the team total when they are batting together. A century is regarded as a landmark score for batsmen and a player's number of centuries is generally recorded in their career statistics. Scoring a century is loosely equivalent in merit to a bowler taking a five-wicket haul, and is commonly referred to as a ton or hundred. Scores of more than 200 runs are still statistically counted as a century, although these scores are referred to as double, triple, and quadruple centuries, and so on.

Batting (cricket)

Batting (cricket)

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Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle

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2007 ICC World Twenty20

2007 ICC World Twenty20

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Colin Munro

Colin Munro

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2018 Zimbabwe Tri-Nation Series

2018 Zimbabwe Tri-Nation Series

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Canada national cricket team

Canada national cricket team

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2021 Valletta Cup

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Key

Key
Symbol Meaning
Player The batsman who scored the century
dagger The batsman was named man of the match
Runs Number of runs scored
* Batsman remained not out
Balls Number of balls faced
4s Number of fours scored
6s Number of sixes scored
S/R Strike rate (runs scored per 100 balls)
Inn. Innings in which the score was made
Team The team the batsman was representing
Opposition The team the batsman was playing against
Venue The cricket ground where the match was played
Date The date when the match was played
Result Result for the team for which the century was scored
S/O The result was decided by a Super Over

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Century (cricket)

Century (cricket)

In cricket, a century is a score of 100 or more runs in a single innings by a batsman. The term is also included in "century partnership" which occurs when two batsmen add 100 runs to the team total when they are batting together. A century is regarded as a landmark score for batsmen and a player's number of centuries is generally recorded in their career statistics. Scoring a century is loosely equivalent in merit to a bowler taking a five-wicket haul, and is commonly referred to as a ton or hundred. Scores of more than 200 runs are still statistically counted as a century, although these scores are referred to as double, triple, and quadruple centuries, and so on.

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Run (cricket)

Run (cricket)

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Delivery (cricket)

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Strike rate

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Innings

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Super Over

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Centuries

List of centuries in Twenty20 International cricket[7]
No. Player Runs Balls 4s 6s S/R Inn. Team Opposition Venue Date Result Ref.
1 Chris Gayle dagger (1/2) 117 57 7 10 205.26 1  West Indies  South Africa Wanderers, Johannesburg, South Africa 11 September 2007 Lost [26]
2 Brendon McCullum dagger (1/2) 116* 56 12 8 207.14 1  New Zealand  Australia Lancaster Park, Christchurch, New Zealand 28 February 2010 Tied (won S/O) [27]
3 Suresh Raina dagger 101 60 9 5 168.33 1  India  South Africa Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia 2 May 2010 Won [28]
4 Mahela Jayawardene dagger 100 64 10 4 156.25 1  Sri Lanka  Zimbabwe Providence Stadium, Providence, Guyana 3 May 2010 Won [29]
5 Tillakaratne Dilshan dagger 104* 57 12 5 182.45 1  Sri Lanka  Australia Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy, Sri Lanka 6 August 2011 Won [30]
6 Richard Levi dagger 117* 51 5 13 229.41 2  South Africa  New Zealand Seddon Park, Hamilton, New Zealand 19 February 2012 Won [31]
7 Richie Berrington dagger 100 58 10 5 172.41 1  Scotland  Bangladesh Sportpark Westvliet, Voorburg, the Netherlands 24 July 2012 Won [32]
8 Brendon McCullum dagger (2/2) 123 58 11 7 212.06 1  New Zealand  Bangladesh Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy, Sri Lanka 21 September 2012 Won [33]
9 Martin Guptill dagger (1/2) 101* 69 9 6 146.37 2  New Zealand  South Africa Buffalo Park, East London, South Africa 23 December 2012 Won [34]
10 Aaron Finch dagger (1/2) 156 63 11 14 247.61 1  Australia  England Rose Bowl, Southampton, England 29 August 2013 Won [35]
11 Alex Hales dagger 116* 64 11 6 181.25 2  England  Sri Lanka Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong, Bangladesh 27 March 2014 Won [36]
12 Ahmed Shehzad dagger 111* 62 10 5 179.03 1  Pakistan  Bangladesh Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh 30 March 2014 Won [37]
13 Faf du Plessis 119 56 11 5 212.50 1  South Africa  West Indies Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 11 January 2015 Lost [38]
14 Morné van Wyk dagger 114* 70 9 7 162.85 1  South Africa  West Indies Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban, South Africa 14 January 2015 Won [39]
15 Rohit Sharma dagger (1/4) 106 66 12 5 160.60 1  India  South Africa HPCA Stadium, Dharamshala, India 2 October 2015 Lost [40]
16 Mohammad Shahzad dagger 118* 67 10 8 176.11 1  Afghanistan  Zimbabwe Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 10 January 2016 Won [41]
17 Shane Watson dagger 124* 71 10 6 174.64 1  Australia  India Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 31 January 2016 Lost [42]
18 Babar Hayat[a] 122 60 9 7 203.33 2  Hong Kong  Oman Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, Fatullah, Bangladesh 19 February 2016 Lost [43]
19 Tamim Iqbal dagger 103* 63 10 5 163.49 1  Bangladesh  Oman HCPA Stadium, Dharamshala, India 13 March 2016 Won [44]
20 Chris Gayle dagger (2/2) 100* 48 5 11 208.33 2  West Indies  England Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, India 16 March 2016 Won [45]
21 Evin Lewis dagger (1/2) 100 49 5 9 204.08 1  West Indies  India Central Broward Regional Park, Lauderhill, United States 27 August 2016 Won [46]
22 KL Rahul (1/2) 110* 51 12 5 215.68 2  India  West Indies Central Broward Regional Park, Lauderhill, United States 27 August 2016 Lost [46]
23 Glenn Maxwell dagger (1/3) 145* 65 14 9 223.07 1  Australia  Sri Lanka Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy, Sri Lanka 6 September 2016 Won [47]
24 Colin Munro dagger (1/3) 101 54 7 7 187.03 1  New Zealand  Bangladesh Bay Oval, Tauranga, New Zealand 6 January 2017 Won [48]
25 Shaiman Anwar[a] 117* 68 10 6 172.05 1  United Arab Emirates  Papua New Guinea Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 14 April 2017 Won [49]
26 Evin Lewis dagger (2/2) 125* 62 6 12 201.61 2  West Indies  India Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica 9 July 2017 Won [50]
27 David Miller dagger (1/2) 101* 35 7 9 280.55 1  South Africa  Bangladesh Senwes Park, Potchefstroom, South Africa 29 October 2017 Won [51]
28 Colin Munro dagger (2/3) 109* 58 7 7 187.93 1  New Zealand  India Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot, India 4 November 2017 Won [52]
29 Rohit Sharma dagger (2/4) 118 43 12 10 274.41 1  India  Sri Lanka Holkar Stadium, Indore, India 22 December 2017 Won [53]
30 Colin Munro dagger (3/3) 104 53 3 10 196.22 1  New Zealand  West Indies Bay Oval, Tauranga, New Zealand 3 January 2018 Won [54]
31 Glenn Maxwell dagger (2/3) 103* 58 10 4 177.58 2  Australia  England Bellerive Oval, Hobart, Australia 7 February 2018 Won [55]
32 Martin Guptill (2/2) 105 54 6 9 194.44 1  New Zealand  Australia Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 16 February 2018 Lost [56]
33 Aaron Finch dagger (2/2) 172 76 16 10 226.31 1  Australia  Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 3 July 2018 Won [57]
34 KL Rahul (2/2) 101* 54 10 5 187.03 2  India  England Old Trafford, Manchester, England 3 July 2018 Won [58]
35 Rohit Sharma dagger (3/4) 100* 56 11 5 178.57 2  India  England Bristol County Ground, Bristol, England 8 July 2018 Won [59]
36 Rohit Sharma dagger (4/4) 111* 61 8 7 181.96 1  India  West Indies Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow, India 6 November 2018 Won [60]
37 Ravija Sandaruwan dagger 103 59 10 5 174.57 2  Kuwait  Bahrain Oman Cricket Academy Ground Turf 2, Muscat, Oman 23 January 2019 Won [61]
38 Hazratullah Zazai dagger 162* 62 11 16 261.29 1  Afghanistan  Ireland Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Dehradun, India 23 February 2019 Won [62]
39 Glenn Maxwell dagger (3/3) 113* 55 7 9 205.45 2  Australia  India M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, India 27 February 2019 Won [63]
40 Tony Ura[a] 107* 60 4 6 178.33 1  Papua New Guinea  Philippines Amini Park, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea 23 March 2019 No result [64]
41 Awais Ahmed [a] 102* 64 5 6 159.37 1  Spain  Malta La Manga Club Ground, Cartagena, Spain 30 March 2019 Won [65]
42 Ravinderpal Singh dagger 101 48 6 10 210.41 1  Canada  Cayman Islands White Hill Field, Sandys Parish, Bermuda 18 August 2019 Won [66]
43 Jean-Pierre Kotze dagger 101* 43 7 9 234.88 1  Namibia  Botswana United Ground, Windhoek, Namibia 20 August 2019 Won [67]
44 Sivakumar Periyalwar [a] 105* 40 12 6 262.50 1  Romania  Turkey Moara Vlasiei Cricket Ground, Ilfov County, Romania 29 August 2019 Won [68]
45 Sudesh Wickramasekara [a] 104* 36 8 10 288.88 1  Czech Republic  Turkey Moara Vlasiei Cricket Ground, Ilfov County, Romania 30 August 2019 Won [69]
46 Bilal Zalmai [a] 111* 58 9 7 191.37 1  Austria  Czech Republic Moara Vlasiei Cricket Ground, Ilfov County, Romania 1 September 2019 Won [70]
47 George Munsey dagger 127* 56 5 14 226.78 1  Scotland  Netherlands Malahide Cricket Club Ground, Dublin, Ireland 16 September 2019 Won [71]
48 Paras Khadka dagger 106* 52 7 9 203.84 2    Nepal  Singapore Indian Association Ground, Kallang, Singapore 28 September 2019 Won [72]
49 Patrick Matautaava dagger 103 52 9 7 198.07 1  Vanuatu  Malaysia Kinrara Academy Oval, Bandar Kinrara, Malaysia 1 October 2019[b] Won [74]
50 Kevin O'Brien dagger 124 62 12 7 200.00 1  Ireland  Hong Kong Oman Cricket Academy Ground Turf 1, Muscat, Oman 7 October 2019 Won [75]
51 Leslie Dunbar [a] (1/2) 104* 61 5 10 170.49 1  Serbia  Bulgaria Marina Ground, Gouvia, Greece 14 October 2019 Lost [76]
52 Sabawoon Davizi [a] (1/3) 101 68 6 7 148.52 1  Czech Republic  Malta Marsa Sports Club, Marsa, Malta 20 October 2019 Won [77]
53 David Warner dagger 100* 56 10 4 178.57 1  Australia  Sri Lanka Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia 27 October 2019 Won [78]
54 Dawid Malan dagger 103* 51 9 6 201.96 1  England  New Zealand McLean Park, Napier, New Zealand 8 November 2019 Won [79]
55 Gyanendra Malla dagger 107 55 5 9 194.54 1    Nepal  Bhutan Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur, Nepal 5 December 2019 Won [80]
56 Shaheryar Butt [a] 125* 50 11 9 250.00 1  Belgium  Czech Republic Pierre Werner Cricket Ground, Walferdange, Luxembourg 29 August 2020 Won [81]
57 Glenn Phillips dagger(1/2) 108 51 10 8 211.76 1  New Zealand  West Indies Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui, New Zealand 29 November 2020 Won [82]
58 Mohammad Rizwan dagger 104* 64 6 7 162.50 1  Pakistan  South Africa Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Pakistan 11 February 2021 Won [83]
59 Babar Azam dagger (1/2) 122 59 15 4 206.77 2  Pakistan  South Africa Centurion Park, Centurion, South Africa 14 April 2021 Won [84]
60 Max O'Dowd dagger 133* 73 15 6 182.19 1  Netherlands  Malaysia Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur, Nepal 18 April 2021 Won [85]
61 Aravinda De Silva dagger 100* 60 8 8 166.66 1  Bulgaria  Serbia National Sports Academy, Sofia, Bulgaria 24 June 2021 Won [86]
62 Liam Livingstone 103 43 6 9 239.53 2  England  Pakistan Trent Bridge, Nottingham, England 16 July 2021 Lost [87]
63 Saber Zakhil [a] 100* 47 5 11 212.77 1  Belgium  Austria Royal Brussels Cricket Club, Waterloo, Belgium 24 July 2021 Won [88]
64 Azhar Andani dagger 100 51 7 5 196.08 1  Portugal  Gibraltar Gucherre Cricket Ground, Albergaria, Portugal 21 August 2021 Won [89]
65 Varun Thamotharam dagger 104* 52 8 6 200.00 1  Malta  Gibraltar Gucherre Cricket Ground, Albergaria, Portugal 21 August 2021 Won [90]
66 Paul Stirlingdagger 115* 75 8 8 153.33 1  Ireland  Zimbabwe Bready Cricket Club Ground, Magheramason, Ireland 1 September 2021 Won [91]
67 Muhammad Waseem dagger (1/2) 107* 62 14 4 172.58 2  United Arab Emirates  Ireland ICC Academy Ground, Dubai, UAE 10 October 2021 Won [92]
68 Orchide Tuyisenge dagger 100* 60 6 3 166.66 1  Rwanda  Seychelles Gahanaga International Cricket Stadium, Kigali, Rwanda 19 October 2021 Won [93]
69 Balaji Pai dagger 107* 52 11 2 205.76 1  Gibraltar  Bulgaria Marsa Sports Club, Marsa, Malta 23 October 2021 Won [94]
70 Jos Buttler dagger 101* 67 6 6 150.75 1  England  Sri Lanka Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 1 November 2021 Won [95]
71 Francisco Couana dagger 104 51 6 8 203.92 1  Mozambique  Cameroon Gahanaga International Cricket Stadium, Kigali, Rwanda 3 November 2021 Won [96]
72 Rayyan Pathan dagger 107* 62 9 6 172.58 1  Canada  Panama Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua 14 November 2021 Won [97]
73 Alex Obanda dagger 103* 56 9 8 183.92 2  Kenya  Nigeria IPRC Cricket Ground, Kigali, Rwanda 18 November 2021 Won [98]
74 Rovman Powell dagger 107 53 4 10 201.88 1  West Indies  England Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados 26 January 2022 Won [99]
75 Matthew Spoorsdagger 108* 66 14 3 163.63 1  Canada  Philippines Oman Cricket Academy Ground Turf 2, Muscat, Oman 18 February 2022 Won [100]
76 Kushal Bhurtel dagger 104* 61 13 1 170.40 1    Nepal  Philippines Oman Cricket Academy Ground Turf 2, Muscat, Oman 19 February 2022 Won [101]
77 Muhammad Waseem dagger (2/2) 112 66 7 8 169.69 2  United Arab Emirates  Ireland Oman Cricket Academy Ground Turf 1, Muscat, Oman 24 February 2022 Won [102]
78

Dipendra Singh Airee dagger

110* 57 10 6 192.98 1    Nepal  Malaysia Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur, Nepal 2 April 2022 Won [103]
79 Gerhard Erasmus 100* 47 9 7 212.76 1  Namibia  Uganda United Ground, Windhoek, Namibia 9 April 2022 Lost [104]
80 Sabawoon Davizi dagger (2/3) 115* 59 7 8 194.91 1  Czech Republic  Bulgaria Marsa Sports Club, Marsa, Malta 12 May 2022 Won [105]
81 Dylan Steyn 106 55 17 2 192.72 1  Czech Republic  Bulgaria Marsa Sports Club, Marsa, Malta 12 May 2022 Won [106]
82 Taranjeet Singh dagger 110 61 12 5 180.32 1  Romania  Czech Republic Marsa Sports Club, Marsa, Malta 13 May 2022 Won [107]
83 Saim Hussain dagger 108* 55 9 6 196.36 1  Bulgaria  Malta Marsa Sports Club, Marsa, Malta 14 May 2022 Lost [108]
84 Zeeshan Kukikhel dagger 137 49 7 15 279.59 2  Hungary  Austria Seebarn Cricket Ground, Lower Austria, Austria 5 June 2022 Won [109]
85 Leslie Dunbar (2/2) 117 50 9 11 234.00 1  Serbia  Bulgaria National Sports Academy, Sofia, Bulgaria 26 June 2022 Lost [110]
86 Deepak Hooda dagger 104 57 9 6 182.46 1  India  Ireland The Village, Malahide 28 June 2022 Won [111]
87 Surendran Chandramohan 100 52 7 7 192.31 1  Singapore  Papua New Guinea Indian Association Ground, Singapore 3 July 2022 Lost [112]
88 Sabawoon Davizi (3/3) 111* 71 14 3 156.33 1  Czech Republic  Austria Scott Page Field, Vinoř Cricket Ground, Prague, Czech Republic 9 July 2022 Lost [113]
89 Suryakumar Yadav(1/2) 117 55 14 6 212.72 2  India  England Trent Bridge, Nottingham, England 10 July 2022 Lost [114]
90 Steven Taylor dagger 101* 55 12 5 183.63 2  United States  Jersey Bulawayo Athletic Club, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe 11 July 2022 Won [115]
91 Gustav Mckeon (1/2) 109 61 5 9 178.68 1  France  Switzerland Tikkurila Cricket Ground, Vantaa, Finland 25 July 2022 Lost [116]
92 Faheem Nazir dagger (1/2) 107* 68 11 4 157.35 1  Switzerland  Estonia Kerava National Cricket Ground, Kerava, Finland 27 July 2022 Won [117]
93 Gustav Mckeon dagger (2/2) 101 53 5 8 190.56 1  France  Norway Kerava National Cricket Ground, Kerava, Finland 27 July 2022 Won [118]
94 Finn Allen dagger 101 56 8 6 180.35 1  New Zealand  Scotland The Grange Club, Edinburgh, Scotland 27 July 2022 Won [119]
95 Faheem Nazir dagger (2/2) 113 67 10 3 168.65 1  Switzerland  Czech Republic Kerava National Cricket Ground, Kerava, Finland 30 July 2022 Lost [120]
96 Virat Kohli dagger 122* 61 12 6 200 1  India  Afghanistan Dubai International Cricket Stadium, UAE 8 September 2022 Won [121]
97 Babar Azam dagger (2/2) 110* 66 11 5 166.67 2  Pakistan  England National Stadium, Karachi, Pakistan 22 September 2022 Won [122]
98 David Miller (2/2) 106* 47 8 7 225.53 2  South Africa  India Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Cricket Stadium, Guwahati, India 2 October 2022 Lost [123]
99 Rilee Rossouw dagger(1/2) 100* 48 7 8 208.33 1  South Africa  India Holkar Stadium, Indore, India 4 October 2022 Won [124]
100 Kendel Kadowaki-Fleming dagger 114 46 10 10 247.83 1  Japan  South Korea Sano International Cricket Ground, Sano, Japan 15 October 2022 Won
101 Rilee Rossouw dagger(2/2) 109 56 7 8 194.64 1  South Africa  Bangladesh Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 27 October 2022 Won [125]
102 Glenn Phillips dagger(2/2) 104 64 10 4 162.50 1  New Zealand  Sri Lanka Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 29 October 2022 Won [126]
103 Aaron Johnson dagger 109* 69 8 9 157.97 1  Canada  Oman Oman Cricket Academy Ground Turf 1, Muscat, Oman 16 November 2022 Won [127]
104 Zeeshan Maqsood dagger 102* 44 7 9 231.81 1  Oman  Bahrain Oman Cricket Academy Ground Turf 1, Muscat, Oman 19 November 2022 Won [128]
105 Suryakumar Yadav dagger (2/2) 111* 51 11 7 217.65 1  India  New Zealand Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui, New Zealand 20 November 2022 Won [129]
106

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  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k No man of the match was announced.
  2. ^ Rain prevented any play taking place on 1 October, so the match took place on the reserve day of 2 October 2019.[73]
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