List of Asia Cup centuries

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Sanatha Jayasuriya is seen wearing the Sri Lankan ODI cricket team's jersey
Sanath Jayasuriya has scored more centuries than any other player in the tournament.

In cricket, a player is said to have scored a century when he scores 100 or more runs in a single innings.[1] The Asia Cup is a One Day International (ODI) tournament organised by the Asian Cricket Council,[2] a subordinate of the International Cricket Council (ICC).[3] Originally started as a biennial tournament in 1984, it has since been organised 12 times as of the latest edition in 2014.[a] Since its inception, a total of 47 centuries have been scored by 30 players from 4 different teams—Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.[5] Affiliate teams such as Afghanistan, Hong Kong and the United Arab Emirates are yet to have a centurion. Pakistan leads the list with the most number of centuries and centurions, 16 and 10 respectively. Bangladesh trail the list with four centuries and as many centurions.[6]

The first player to score a century in the tournament was Pakistan's Moin-ul-Atiq, who made 105 against Bangladesh in the third edition (1988). In the same match, his team mate Ijaz Ahmed scored 124 not out. India's Navjot Singh Sidhu and Sachin Tendulkar were the lone centurions of the 1990 and 1995 tournaments, respectively. The 2008 edition saw 13 centuries—the highest for a tournament—while no centuries were made in 1986 and 1988.[6] Sri Lanka's Sanath Jayasuriya holds the record for most number of centuries, with six, followed by his compatriot Kumar Sangakkara, who has made four.[5] Virat Kohli (India) and Shoaib Malik (Pakistan) follow these two with three centuries each.[5] Sangakkara's three centuries in the 2008 tournament is a record for a single edition.[7] Pakistani batsman Shahid Afridi made two centuries in the 2010 edition while playing as a captain, the most in the tournament history.[8] His second century, which came against Bangladesh when he made 124 at the Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, is the fastest in terms of balls faced in Asia cup matches.[b] Kohli's 183 against Pakistan in 2012 is the highest individual score as of 2014.[c][12] Lahiru Thirimanne's (Sri Lanka) 108 against Pakistan in the final of the 2014 edition is the most recent century.[d]

Key

Symbol Meaning
Runs Number of runs scored
* Batsman remained not out
dagger Scored at home venue
double-dagger Scored in a final
Balls Number of balls faced
4s Number of fours hit
6s Number of sixes hit
S/R Strike rate (Runs scored per 100 balls)
D/L The result was decided by Duckworth–Lewis method

Centuries

List of Asia Cup ODI centuries
No. Player Runs Balls 4s 6s S/R Team Opposition Venue Date Result Ref
1 Moin-ul-Atiq, Moin-ul-Atiq 105 117 89.74  Pakistan  Bangladesh Chittagong Stadium, Chittagong 29 October 1988 Won [14]
2 Ahmed, IjazIjaz Ahmed 124* 87 9 4 142.52  Pakistan  Bangladesh Chittagong Stadium, Chittagong 29 October 1988 Won [14]
3 Singh Sidhu, NavjotNavjot Singh Sidhu 104* 109 10 3 95.41  India  Bangladesh Sector 16 Stadium, Chandigarh 25 December 1990 Won [15]
4 Tendulkar, SachinSachin Tendulkar 112* 107 15 1 104.67  India  Sri Lanka Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah 9 December 1995 Won [16]
5 Ranatunga, ArjunaArjuna Ranatunga 131* dagger 152 17 0 86.18  Sri Lanka  India R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 18 July 1997 Won [17]
6 Jayasuriya, SanathSanath Jayasuriya 108 dagger 83 14 3 130.12  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo 22 July 1997 Won [18]
7 Ganguly, SouravSourav Ganguly 135* 124 6 7 108.87  India  Bangladesh Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 30 May 2000 Won [19]
8 Jayasuriya, SanathSanath Jayasuriya 105 116 11 0 90.51  Sri Lanka  India Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 1 June 2000 Won [20]
9 Youhana, YousufYousuf Youhana 100* 112 9 1 89.28  Pakistan  India Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 3 June 2000 Won [21]
10 Atapattu, MarvanMarvan Atapattu 100 124 9 0 80.64  Sri Lanka  Pakistan Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 7 June 2000 Lost [22]
11 Dravid, RahulRahul Dravid 104 93 8 0 111.82  India  United Arab Emirates Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, Dambulla 16 July 2004 Won [23]
12 Hameed, YasirYasir Hameed 102 123 10 0 82.92  Pakistan  Bangladesh Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo 17 July 2004 Won [24]
13 Malik, ShoaibShoaib Malik 118 110 10 2 107.27  Pakistan  Hong Kong Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo 18 July 2004 Won (D/L) [25]
14 Khan, YounisYounis Khan 144 122 8 3 118.03  Pakistan  Hong Kong Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo 18 July 2004 Won (D/L) [25]
15 Jayasuriya, SanathSanath Jayasuriya 107* dagger 101 11 0 105.94  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 23 July 2004 Won [26]
16 Malik, ShoaibShoaib Malik 143 127 18 1 112.59  Pakistan  India R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 25 July 2004 Won [27]
17 Jayasuriya, SanathSanath Jayasuriya 130 dagger 132 14 1 98.48  Sri Lanka  India R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 27 July 2004 Lost [28]
18 Ashraful, MohammadMohammad Ashraful 109 126 8 0 86.50  Bangladesh  United Arab Emirates Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore 24 June 2008 Won [29]
19 Sangakkara, KumarKumar Sangakkara 101 91 16 0 110.98  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore 25 June 2008 Won [30]
20 Singh Dhoni, MahendraMahendra Singh Dhoni 109* 96 6 6 113.54  India  Hong Kong National Stadium, Karachi 25 June 2008 Won [31]
21 Raina, SureshSuresh Raina 101 68 7 5 148.52  India  Hong Kong National Stadium, Karachi 25 June 2008 Won [31]
22 Malik, ShoaibShoaib Malik 125* dagger 119 16 1 105.04  Pakistan  India National Stadium, Karachi 26 June 2008 Lost [32]
23 Sehwag, VirenderVirender Sehwag 119 95 12 5 125.26  India  Pakistan National Stadium, Karachi 26 June 2008 Won [32]
24 Kapali, AlokAlok Kapali 115 96 10 5 119.79  Bangladesh  India National Stadium, Karachi 28 June 2008 Lost [33]
25 Raina, SureshSuresh Raina 116* 107 11 3 108.41  India  Bangladesh National Stadium, Karachi 28 June 2008 Won [33]
26 Sangakkara, KumarKumar Sangakkara 112 110 10 1 101.81  Sri Lanka  Pakistan National Stadium, Karachi 29 June 2008 Won [34]
27 Jayasuriya, SanathSanath Jayasuriya 130 88 16 6 147.72  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh National Stadium, Karachi 30 June 2008 Won [35]
28 Sangakkara, KumarKumar Sangakkara 121 128 16 1 94.53  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh National Stadium, Karachi 30 June 2008 Won [35]
29 Khan, YounisYounis Khan 123* dagger 117 11 1 105.12  Pakistan  India National Stadium, Karachi 2 July 2008 Won [36]
30 Jayasuriya, SanathSanath Jayasuriya 125 double-dagger 114 9 5 109.64  Sri Lanka  India National Stadium, Karachi 6 July 2008 Won [37]
31 Afridi, ShahidShahid Afridi 109 76 8 7 143.42  Pakistan  Sri Lanka Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, Dambulla 15 June 2010 Lost [38]
32 Afridi, ShahidShahid Afridi 124 60 17 4 206.66  Pakistan  Bangladesh Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, Dambulla 21 June 2010 Won [39]
33 Gambhir, GautamGautam Gambhir 100 118 7 0 84.74  India  Sri Lanka Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur 13 March 2012 Won [40]
34 Kohli, ViratVirat Kohli 108 120 7 0 90.00  India  Sri Lanka Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur 13 March 2012 Won [40]
35 Tendulkar, SachinSachin Tendulkar 114 147 12 1 77.55  India  Bangladesh Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur 16 March 2012 Lost [41]
36 Hafeez, MohammadMohammad Hafeez 105 113 9 1 92.92  Pakistan  India Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur 18 March 2012 Lost [42]
37 Jamshed, NasirNasir Jamshed 112 104 10 1 107.69  Pakistan  India Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur 18 March 2012 Lost [42]
38 Kohli, ViratVirat Kohli 183 double-dagger 148 22 1 123.64  India  Pakistan Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur 18 March 2012 Won [42]
39 Thirimanne, LahiruLahiru Thirimanne 102 110 11 1 92.72  Sri Lanka  Pakistan Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, Fatullah 25 February 2014 Won [43]
40 Rahim, MushfiqurMushfiqur Rahim 117 dagger 113 7 2 103.53  Bangladesh  India Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, Fatullah 26 February 2014 Lost [44]
41 Kohli, ViratVirat Kohli 136 122 16 2 111.47  India  Bangladesh Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, Fatullah 26 February 2014 Won [44]
42 Akmal, UmarUmar Akmal 102* 89 7 3 114.60  Pakistan  Afghanistan Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, Fatullah 27 February 2014 Won [45]
43 Sangakkara, KumarKumar Sangakkara 103 84 12 1 122.61  Sri Lanka  India Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, Fatullah 28 February 2014 Won [46]
44 Haque, AnamulAnamul Haque 100 dagger 132 6 4 75.75  Bangladesh  Pakistan Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur 4 March 2014 Lost [47]
45 Shehzad, AhmedAhmed Shehzad 103 123 12 1 83.73  Pakistan  Bangladesh Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur 4 March 2014 Won [47]
46 Alam, FawadFawad Alam 114* double-dagger 134 8 3 85.07  Pakistan  Sri Lanka Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur 8 March 2014 Lost [13]
47 Thirimanne, LahiruLahiru Thirimanne 101 double-dagger 108 13 0 93.51  Sri Lanka  Pakistan Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur 8 March 2014 Won [13]
List of Asia Cup T20I centuries
No. Player Runs Balls 4s 6s S/R Team Opposition Venue Date Result Ref
48 Hayat, BabarBabar Hayat 122 60 9 7 203.33  Hong Kong  Oman Fatullah Osmani Stadium, Fatullah 19 February 2016 Lost [48]

Notes

  1. ^ The 1993 edition which was scheduled to be played in Pakistan was cancelled.[4]
  2. ^ Afridi reached the century in 53 balls. As of 2014, it remains the tenth fastest in ODIs.[9][10]
  3. ^ Kohli also holds the record for the highest individual score made by a captain in the tournament.[11]
  4. ^ Pakistan's Fawad Alam scored a century (114*) in the first innings of the match.[13]

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