List of Cricket World Cup centuries

India’s Sachin Tendulkar has the most centuries (six) for a player in world cup matches.

In cricket, a player is said to have completed a century when he scores 100 or more runs in a single innings.[1] The Cricket World Cup is the international championship of One Day International (ODI) cricket. The event is organised by the sport’s governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC),[2] and is held once in every four years.[2][3] As of the 2019 tournament, a total of 184 centuries have been scored by 111 players from 15 different teams.[4] Players from all the teams that have permanent ODI status have made centuries.[a] In addition, players from five teams that have temporary ODI status have scored centuries.[b] The Australians have scored the most centuries (29).[c]

The first century in the championship was scored by Dennis Amiss of England when he made 137 against India in the 1975 World Cup.[6] The same day New Zealand’s Glenn Turner scored 171 not out against East Africa. It remained the highest individual total over the next two editions until Indian cricketer Kapil Dev scored 175 not out against Zimbabwe in 1983. Following that, the record was broken successively by Viv Richards (181) in 1987, Gary Kirsten (188 not out) in 1996, Chris Gayle (215) and Martin Guptill (237 not out) both in 2015. India cricketer Sachin Tendulkar holds the record for the highest number of centuries (six),[7] followed by Australia’s Ricky Ponting and Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara (five each). Mark Waugh, Sourav Ganguly, Mahela Jayawardene, AB de Villiers and Tillakaratne Dilshan are joint-third with four centuries each.[7][7]

Sangakkara’s four centuries in the 2015 tournament are the most by a player in a single tournament, while three players – Waugh (1996), Ganguly (2003) and Matthew Hayden (2007) – have scored three centuries in a single tournament. Ireland’s Kevin O’Brien holds the record for the fastest century (50 balls).[d] In 1992, Andy Flower of Zimbabwe – making his ODI debut in a World Cup – scored a century.[e][11] In the 2015 tournament 38 centuries were scored, while the 1979 competition had just two centuries.

As of 2015, six centuries have been scored in the finals;[12] out of which five resulted in victories.[13] Adam Gilchrist’s 149 against Sri Lanka at the 2007 World Cup Final remains the highest individual score in a final;[14] his 72-ball century is also the fastest in a final.[14]

Contents

  • 1 Key
  • 2 Centuries
  • 3 Notes
  • 4 References
  • 5 Bibliography

Key[edit]

Centuries[edit]

  • Viv Richards scored a match-winning century in the 1979 World Cup Final.

  • Ricky Ponting scored at least one century in four of the five World Cups he had played.[15]

  • Martin Guptill holds the record for the highest individual score in the tournament’s history.

  • Adam Gilchrist holds the record for the quickest century in a final.

  • Kevin O’Brien holds the record for the fastest century in the history of the tournament.

  • Kumar Sangakkara scored four consecutive centuries, a record in ODIs, in the 2015 tournament.

  • The list is arranged in chronological order. To sort this table by any statistic, click on the icon on the column title.

Notes[edit]

  • ^ The teams are Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, West Indies and Zimbabwe.[5]
  • ^ The teams are Canada, Ireland, Netherlands, Scotland and United Arab Emirates.[5]
  • ^ Australia also has the most centurions (15).[4]
  • ^ He achieved the feat during the course of his 113 against England in the 2011 World Cup.[8]
  • ^ Flower was the third player to score a century on ODI debut and as of 2011, he is the only batsman to score a century on ODI debut during a World Cup.[9][10]
  • ^ a b c Madras has since been renamed as Chennai.
  • ^ a b Calcutta has since been renamed as Kolkata.
  • References[edit]

  • ^ Knight 2013, chpt. Honing Your Batting Skills.
  • ^ a b Bhardwaj 2011, p. B–307.
  • ^ Pervez 2001, p. 91.
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