ICC World Twenty20: Complete list of all centurions in T20Is

New Zealand's Brendon McCullum is the only batsman who has scored two centuries in T20 internationals.

Updated: Mar 15, 2016, 10:48 AM IST
ICC World Twenty20: Complete list of all centurions in T20Is

New Delhi: Swashbuckling batsmen from across the world have slammed several centuries in the shortest format of the game.

Here is the complete list of batsmen who have reached the three-figured mark in T20Is:

Aaron Finch (156 vs England in 2013): Opening the innings, the right-hander dismantled the England bowling attack with a brutal 156-run knock which came off just 63 balls. It remains the highest score in T20Is till date.

Balls: 63

Sixes: 14

Boundaries: 11

Shane Watson (124* vs India in 2016) : The right-hander was leading the Australian outfit against India and he made it memorable for himself by hitting a century. Australia however lost the match by seven wickets.

Balls: 61

Sixes: 6

Boundaries: 10

Brendon McCullum (123 vs Bangladesh in 2012) : One of the most dangerous batsmen in any format, Baz pummeled the Bangladeshi bowlers with his brutal knock. New Zealand won the match by 59 runs.

Balls: 58

Sixes: 7

Boundaries: 11

Babar Hyat (122 vs Oman in 2016): Chasing a formidable total of 180, the right-hander fought a lone battle for Hong Kong with a brilliant ton. Oman won the match by 5 runs.

Balls: 60

Sixes: 7

Boundaries: 9

Faf du Plessis (119 vs West Indies in 2015): The right-hander became the first South African to score a T20I century. His knock helped Proteas reach a huge total of 231, which was surprisingly chased down by West Indies.

Balls: 56

Sixes: 5

Boundaries: 11

Mohammad Shahzad (118 vs Afghanistan in 2016): Opening the innings, Shahzad thrashed the Afghani bowlers all over the park during his stupendous knock. Afghanistan posted 215 runs batting first and went on to win the match by 81 runs.

Balls: 61

Sixes: 8

Boundaries: 10

Richard Levi (117* vs New Zealand in 2012): After setting South Africa's domestic cricket on fire, the right-hander smashed a brilliant maiden T20I ton. South Africa won the match by 8 wickets.

Balls: 51

Sixes: 13

Boundaries: 5

Chris Gayle (117 vs South Africa in 2007): The brutal left-hander became the first batsman to score a T20I ton in a World Cup. West Indies posted 205 runs on board which was chased by South Africa.

Balls: 57

Sixes: 10

Boundaries: 7

Brendon McCullum (116* vs Australia in 2009): Baz slammed his second century in T20 internationals. The Kiwis posted a total of 214 runs as a result of his knock. Australia reched the same total after 20 overs and the match was tied.

Balls: 56

Sixes: 8

Boundaries: 12

Alex Hales (116* vs Sri Lanka in 2014): Chasing a formidable total of 189, after losing first two wickets without any runs on board, Hales' counter attack was too hot to handle for the Lankans and England won the match by 6 wickets. He is the only English cricketer to score a T20I ton.

Balls: 64

Sixes: 6

Boundaries: 11

Morne van Wyk (114* vs West Indies in 2015): Opening the innings for South Arica, Wyk played a great innings at the top of the order. South Africa won the match by 69 runs.

Balls: 70

Sixes: 7

Boundaries: 9

Ahmad Shehzad (111 vs Pakistan in 2013): The stylish Pakistani opener played a gem of an innings at the top of the order. Pakistan won the match by 50 runs.

Balls: 62

Sixes: 5

Boundaries: 10

Rohit Sharma (106 vs South Africa in 2015): Hitman of Indian cricket played a fantastic knock against South Africa. The Proteas went on to win the match by 7 wickets.

Balls: 66

Sixes: 5

Boundaries: 12

Tillakaratne Dilshan (104* vs Australia in 2011): Up against the likes of Brett Lee and Mitchell Johnson, Dilshan played a delightful innings to deflate the Aussies. Lankans won the match by 35 runs.

Balls: 57

Sixes: 5

Boundaries: 12

Martin Guptill (101* vs South Africa in 2012): The dynamic Kiwi opener scored his maiden T20I ton against the Proteas. Kiwis won the match by 8 wickets.

Balls: 69

Sixes: 6

Boundaries: 9

Suresh Raina (101 vs South Africa in 2010): A run-machine for India in the shortest format, Raina became the first centurion for the Men in Blue in T20Is with this superb ton. India won the match by 14 runs after putting 186 runs on board.

Balls: 60

Sixes: 5

Boundaries: 9

Mahela Jayawardene (100 vs Zimbabwe in 2010): The Lankan legend scored his maiden T20I century at Providence Stadium, Guyana. Sri Lanka won the rain-interrupted game by 14 runs via D/L method.

Balls: 64

Sixes: 4

Boundaries: 10

Richie Berrington (100 vs Bangladesh in 2012): It was an impressive knock from the Scottish opener against Mushfiqur Rahim-led Bangladesh. Scotland won the match by 34 runs.

Balls: 58

Sixes: 5

Boundaries: 10