Mon, 18 Jul 2022

These Players Who Made Maximum Centuries in their T20I Career!!

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The Indian Team is said to have the most explosive and elegant players who have made the most T20I centuries in the World. So, let's check those centurions.

ये हैं वो भारतीय क्रिकेटर जिन्होंने किया सबसे अधिक उम्र में अंतरराष्ट्रीय T20 में शतक लगाने का कमाल

1. Suryakumar Yadav (One century)

 Suryakumar Yadav made the latest entry into this list, after scoring an explosive 117 runs against England in the third T20I on July 10 at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. Although India lost the match, he played one of the best innings in this format by an Indian.

2. Deepak Hooda (One Century)

Deepak Hooda the all-rounder scored a century against Ireland on June 28, 2022 at Dublin. He smashed a 55-ball century and ended up with 104 runs off 57 balls, including nine boundaries and six maximums. 

 3. Suresh Raina (One Century)

Suresh Raina is the only Indian with a century in the T20I World Cup. His only century came against South Africa in the 2010 T20I World Cup at Gros Islet on May 02, 2010. The southpaw scored a 60-ball century and made 101 runs off 60 balls, including nine boundaries and five maximums.

4. KL Rahul (Two Centuries)

 Next comes the most gifted and elegant players in all three formats. In 56 matches, he gathered 1831 runs at an average of 40.68. Rahul has also hit two centuries and 16 half-centuries in the shortest format. His first century (46-ball) came against the West Indies at Lauderhill in 2016. He scored 100 runs off 49 balls, including five fours and nine maximums. His second ton came against England at Manchester in 2018, where he made 101* off 54 balls, including 10 fours and five sixes.

5. Rohit Sharma (Four Centuries)

Rohit Sharma has the maximum number of centuries who becomes the highest run-getter in T20. Rohit has 3379 runs in 128 games with four centuries and 26 half-centuries. His four centuries came against South Africa in 2015. Sri Lanka in 2017, England in 2018, and the West Indies in 2018. He scored 106, 118, 100* and 111* respectively

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