Highest centuries in Cricket

Top Ten Total Centuries In ODIs Matches By Batsmen 1990 To 2020

In this statistics we are gonna show you, the top ten batsmen who hit most centuries in ODI matches. If you are cricket fan then you can’t miss to watch it.

Cricket is one of the most famous sport in the world. Everytime someone somewhere trying to make or break records. Having records it’s a pride in itself. Just playing cricket is not important, you need to play with team spirit. Even though you lost the match you can hit the records and won the heart of cricket fans.

We are gonna show you the most centuries hit by the batsmen from 1990 to 2020. After 1990 cricket getting famous worldwide because cricketers started to create new records and people started to get attention on it.

One of the best record to make in cricket is century. Century means hitting 100 runs in single match. Here we only consider the century records of ODI matches.

1990

West Indies players were in form and making new records in cricket history.

  1. Desmond Haynes (West Indies): 16
  2. Gordon Greenidge (West Indies): 11
  3. Sir Viv Richards (West Indies): 11
  4. Geoff Marsh (Australia): 9
  5. Graham Gooch (England): 8
  6. Zaheer Abbas (Pakistan): 7
  7. David Gower (England): 7
  8. Dean Jones (Australia): 7
  9. Javed Miandad (Pakistan): 6
  10. Ramiz Raja (Pakistan): 5

1995

There were no match with West Indies player yet.

  1. Desmond Haynes (West Indies): 17
  2. Gordon Greenidge (West Indies): 11
  3. Sir Viv Richards (West Indies): 11
  4. Saeed Anwar (Pakistan): 11
  5. Ramiz Raja (Pakistan): 9
  6. Geoff Marsh (Australia): 9
  7. Sachin Tendulkar (India): 10
  8. Brian Lara (West Indies): 9
  9. Javed Miandad (Pakistan): 8
  10. Graham Gooch (England): 8

2000

Sachin Tendulkar begins to show his youth power and become the most centuries batsmen in cricket history.

  1. Sachin Tendulkar (India): 31
  2. Saeed Anwar (Pakistan): 19
  3. Sourav Ganguly (India): 18
  4. Mark Waugh (Australia): 18
  5. Desmond Haynes (West Indies): 17
  6. Brian Lara (west Indies): 14
  7. Gary Kirsten (South Africa): 12
  8. Gordon Greenidge (West Indies): 11
  9. Sir Viv Richards (West Indies): 11
  10. Aravinda de Silva (Sri Lanka): 11

2005

Sachin Tendulkar keep breaking the records and heading to make new records.

Ricky Ponting entered in arena.

  1. Sachin Tendulkar (India): 40
  2. Sanath Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka): 23
  3. Sourav Ganguly (India): 22
  4. Saeed Anwar (Pakistan): 20
  5. Ricky Ponting (Australia): 20
  6. Brian Lara (west Indies): 19
  7. Mark Waugh (Australia): 18
  8. Desmond Haynes (West Indies): 17
  9. Herschelle Gibbs (South Africa): 16
  10. Nathan Astle (New Zealand): 16

2010

Ricky Ponting holding the second position with 30 centuries and Sachin keep holding the crown.

  1. Sachin Tendulkar (India): 48
  2. Ricky Ponting (Australia): 30
  3. Sanath Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka): 28
  4. Sourav Ganguly (India): 22
  5. Herschelle Gibbs (South Africa): 21
  6. Saeed Anwar (Pakistan): 20
  7. Chris Gayle (West Indies): 19
  8. Brian Lara (west Indies): 19
  9. Mark Waugh (Australia): 18
  10. Jacques Kallis (South Africa): 17

2015

Sachin Tendulkar played his last match in 2012 with total 49 ODI centuries in his career.

Virat Kohli heading up to break the records.

  1. Sachin Tendulkar (India): 49
  2. Ricky Ponting (Australia): 30
  3. Sanath Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka): 28
  4. Virat Kohli (India): 25
  5. Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka): 25
  6. AB de Villiers (South Africa): 23
  7. Hashim Amla (South Africa): 22
  8. Chris Gayle (West Indies): 22
  9. Sourav Ganguly (India): 22
  10. Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka): 22

2020

Virat Kohli become second ranked most centuries in cricket history. It’s very close to Sachin Tendulkar record.

  1. Sachin Tendulkar (India): 49
  2. Virat Kohli (India): 43
  3. Ricky Ponting (Australia): 30
  4. Rohit Sharma (India): 29
  5. Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka): 25
  6. Sanath Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka): 28
  7. AB de Villiers (South Africa): 23
  8. Hashim Amla (South Africa): 22
  9. Chris Gayle (West Indies): 22
  10. Sourav Ganguly (India): 22

Now, time changes and new players are arrived in arena. So we can only wait for new players to break old players records. We hope you enjoyed this information and will share with your friends.

Most of the cricket fans are hoping with Virat Kohli to break Sachin Tendulkar record. We will see what will happen because future can be necr predicted. Cricket is unpredicted game, where situations can changed drastically.

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