List of Centuries in T20 International Cricket

A century in the game of cricket is scoring hundred or more runs by a player in a single innings. In test and ODI matches there is much time for the batsman to score a century but scoring a ton in t20 game, is not an easy task. But there are several destructive batsmen who have scored the centuries in Twenty20 internationals over the years.

List of Centuries in T20 International Cricket

Chris Gayle was the first batsman to hit hundred in T20I

The first batsman to score the hundred in twenty20 internationals is West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle who smashed 117 runs in 57 balls against South Africa at Johannesburg in 2007.

Australia’s Aaron Finch is the highest run scorer in a single twenty20 match. He smashed 156 runs in 63 balls against England at Southampton in 2013. Let’s have a look at the complete list of centuries in T20 internationals.

Indian cricketer Rohit Sharma became first cricketer to score four T20I hundreds as he made 111 not out against West Indies on 6th November 2018 in Lucknow.

Rohit Sharma first batsman to hit four twenty20 international hundreds

Rohit Sharma first batsman to hit four twenty20 international hundreds

T20I centuries

List centuries are arranged in top to bottom order from latest to first.

Date Player Runs Balls 4s 6s S.R. Versus Venue
27 October 2019 David Warner (Australia) 100* 56 10 4 178.57 Sri Lanka Adelaide
20 October 2019 Sabawoon Davizi (Czech Republic) 101 68 6 7 148.52 Malta Marsa
14 October 2019 Adrian Dunar (Serbia) 104* Bulgaria Corfu
7 October 2019 Kevin O’Brien (Ireland) 124 62 12 7 200.00 Hong Kong Muscat
2 October 2019 Patrick Matautaava (Vanuatu) 103 52 9 7 198.07 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
28 September 2019 Paras Khadka (Nepal) 106* 52 7 9 203.84 Singapore Singapore
16 September 2019 George Munsey (Scotland) 127* 56 5 14 226.78 Netherlands Dublin
1 September 2019 Bilal Zalmai (Austria) 111* 58 9 7 191.37 Czech Republic Ilfov County
30 August 2019 Sudesh Wickramasekara (Czech Republic) 104* 36 8 10 288.88 Turkey Ilfov County
29 August 2019 Sivakumar Periyalwar (Romania) 105* 40 12 6 262.50 Turkey Ilfov County
20 August 2019 Jean-Pierre Kotze (Namibia) 101* 43 7 9 234.88 Botswana Windhoek
18 August 2019 Ravinderpal Singh (CAN) 101 48 6 10 210.41 Cayman Islands Sandys Parish
30 March 2019 Awais Ahmed (Spain) 102* 64 5 6 159.37 Malta Cartagena
23 March 2019 Tony Ura (PNG) 107* 60 4 6 178.33 Philippines Port Moresby
27 February 2019 Glenn Maxwell (AUS) 113* 55 7 9 205.45 India Bengaluru
23 February 2019 Hazratullah Zazai (AFG) 162* 62 11 16 261.29 Ireland Dehradun
23 January 2019 Ravija Sandaruwan (Kuwait) 103 59 10 5 174.57 Bahrain Muscat
6 November 2018 Rohit Sharma (IND) 111* 61 8 7 181.96 West Indies Lucknow
8 July 2018 Rohit Sharma (IND) 100* 56 11 5 178.57 England Bristol
3 July 2018 KL Rahul (IND) 101* 54 10 5 187.03 England Manchester
3 July 2018 Aaron Finch (AUS) 172 76 16 10 226.31 Zmbabwe Harare
16 February 2018 Martin Guptill (NZ) 105 54 6 9 194.44 Australia Auckland
7 February 2018  Glenn Maxwell (AUS) 103* 58 10 4 177.58 England Hobart
3 January 2018 Colin Munro (NZ) 104 53 3 10 196.22 West Indies Bay Oval
22 December 2017 Rohit Sharma (IND) 118 43 12 10 274.41 Sri Lanka Indore
4 November 2017 Colin Munro (NZ) 109* 58 7 7 187.93 India Rajkot
29 October 2017 David Miller (SA) 101* 36 7 9 280.55 Bangladesh Senwes Park
9 July 2017 Evin Lewis (WI) 125* 62 6 12 201.61 India Sabina Park
14 April 2017 Shaiman Anwar (UAE) 117* 68 10 6 172.05 Papua New Guinea Abu Dhabi
6 January 2017 Colin Munro (NZ) 101 54 7 7 187.03 Bangladesh Mount Maunganui
6 September 2016 Glenn Maxwell (AUS) 145* 65 14 9 223.08 Sri Lanka Kandy
27 August 2016 KL Rahul (IND) 110* 51 12 5 215.68 West Indies Lauderhill
27 August 2016 Evin Lewis (WI) 100 49 5 9 204.08 India Lauderhill
16 March 2016 Chris Gayle (WI) 100* 48 5 11 208.33 England Mumbai
13 March 2016 Tamim Iqbal (BAN) 103* 63 10 5 163.49 Oman Dharamsala
19 February 2016 Babar Hayat (HK) 122 60 9 7 203.33 Oman Fatullah
31 January 2016 Shane Watson (AUS) 124* 71 10 6 174.64 India Sydney
10 January 2016 Mohammad Shahzad (AFG) 118* 67 10 8 176.11 Zimbabwe Sharjah
2 October 2015 Rohit Sharma (IND) 106 66 12 5 160.00 South Africa Dharamshala
14 January 2015 Morne van Wyk (SA) 114* 70 9 7 162.85 West Indies Durban
11 January 2015 Faf du Plessis (SA) 119 56 11 5 212.50 West Indies Johannesburg
30 March 2014 Ahmed Shehzad (PAK) 111* 62 10 5 179.03 Bangladesh Dhaka
27 March 2014 Alex Hales (ENG) 116* 64 11 6 181.25 Sri Lanka Chittagong
29 August 2013 Aaron Finch (AUS) 156 63 11 14 247.61 England Southampton
23 December 2012 Martin Guptill (NZ) 101* 69 9 6 146.37 South Africa East London
21 September 2012 Brendon McCullum (NZ) 123 58 11 7 212.06 Bangladesh Kandy
24 July 2012 Richie Berrington (SCOT) 100 58 10 5 172.41 Bangladesh Voorburg
19 February 2012 Richard Levi (SA) 117* 51 5 13 229.41 New Zealand Hamilton
6 August 2011 Tillakaratne Dilshan (SL) 104* 57 12 5 182.45 Australia Kandy
3 May 2010 Mahela Jayawardene (SL) 100 64 10 4 156.25 Zimbabwe Providence
2 May 2010 Suresh Raina (IND) 101 60 9 5 168.33 South Africa Gros Islet
28 February 2010 Brendon McCullum (NZ) 116* 56 12 8 207.14 Australia Christchurch
11 September 2007 Chris Gayle (WI) 117 57 7 10 205.26 South Africa Johannesburg

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