List of ICC Champions Trophy centuries

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Sourav Ganguly in August 2008
Sourav Ganguly was the first player to score three centuries in the tournament's history.

In cricket, a player is said to have scored a century when he scores 100 or more runs in a single innings.[1] The ICC Champions Trophy is a One Day International (ODI) tournament organised by the International Cricket Council (ICC),[2] and is considered the second most significant after the World Cup.[3] Originally inaugurated as the "ICC Knock Out Trophy" in 1998, the tournament has been organised every two or three years since.[2][4] As of 18 June 2017, a total of 50 centuries have been scored by players from 10 different teams.[5] Players from all the teams that have permanent ODI status have scored centuries.[6][a] India lead the list with ten centuries, followed by Sri Lanka with seven.[b][8]

Alistair Campbell of Zimbabwe was the first to score a century in the tournament when he made 100 against New Zealand during the inaugural edition.[5] Four players—Sourav Ganguly (India), Herschelle Gibbs (South Africa), Chris Gayle (West Indies) and Shikhar Dhawan (India)—hold the record for the most number of centuries with three each. A further four players—Saeed Anwar (Pakistan), Marcus Trescothick (England), Upul Tharanga (Sri Lanka) and Shane Watson (Australia)—have scored two centuries.[6] Gayle's three centuries in 2006 is a record for any player in a single edition.[9] New Zealand's Nathan Astle's 145 against the United States remains the highest individual score as of 2017.[10] Jacques Kallis' (South Africa) 113 not out against Sri Lanka in 1998, Ganguly's 141 not out against South Africa in 2000, and Chris Cairns' (New Zealand) 102 not out against India in the same tournament feature in the top 100 ODI innings of all-time by a list released by the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack in 2002.[11]

As of 2013, five centuries were made in the finals[12] with only two of them resulting in victories.[13] The 2002 edition saw ten centuries—all at the Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, the highest for a single tournament, while the least number of centuries were scored in the 2013 edition with three.[14] The most recent century was made by Fakhar Zaman of Pakistan when he scored 114 against India during the final of the 2017 edition of the tournament.[5]

Key

Key
Symbol Meaning
Player The batsman who scored the century
Runs Number of runs scored
* Batsman remained not out
dagger The century was scored in the final
Balls Number of balls faced
4s Number of fours scored
6s Number of sixes scored
S/R Strike rate (runs scored per 100 balls)
Inn Innings in which the score was made
Team The cricket team the batsman was representing
Opposition The team the batsman was playing against
Venue The ODI cricket ground where the match was played
Date The date when the match was played
D/L The result was decided by the Duckworth–Lewis method

Centuries

List of ICC champions trophy centuries
No. Player Runs Balls 4s 6s S/R Inn Team Opposition Venue Date Result Ref
1 Campbell, AlistairAlistair Campbell 100 143 7 1 69.93 1  Zimbabwe  New Zealand Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh 24 October 1998 Lost [15]
2 Tendulkar, SachinSachin Tendulkar 141 128 13 3 110.15 1  India  Australia Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh 28 October 1998 Won [16]
3 Kallis, JacquesJacques Kallis 113* 100 5 5 113.00 1  South Africa  Sri Lanka Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh 30 October 1998 Won [17]
4 Wallace, PhiloPhilo Wallace 103 dagger 102 11 5 100.98 1  West Indies  South Africa Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh 1 November 1998 Lost [18]
5 Gunawardene, AvishkaAvishka Gunawardene 132 146 19 0 90.41 1  Sri Lanka  West Indies Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi, Kenya 4 October 2000 Won [19]
6 Anwar, SaeedSaeed Anwar (1/2) 105* 134 12 1 78.35 2  Pakistan  Sri Lanka Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi, Kenya 8 October 2000 Won [20]
7 Anwar, SaeedSaeed Anwar (2/2) 104 115 16 0 90.43 1  Pakistan  New Zealand Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi, Kenya 11 October 2000 Lost [21]
8 Ganguly, SouravSourav Ganguly (1/3) 141* 142 11 6 99.29 1  India  South Africa Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi, Kenya 13 October 2000 Won [22]
9 Ganguly, SouravSourav Ganguly (2/3) 117 dagger 130 9 4 90.00 1  India  New Zealand Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi, Kenya 15 October 2000 Lost [23]
10 Cairns, ChrisChris Cairns 102* dagger 113 8 2 90.26 2  New Zealand  India Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi, Kenya 15 October 2000 Won [23]
11 Jayasuriya, SanathSanath Jayasuriya 102* 120 10 0 85.00 2  Sri Lanka  Pakistan R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 12 September 2002 Won [24]
12 Kaif, MohammadMohammad Kaif 111* 112 8 1 99.10 1  India  Zimbabwe R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 14 September 2002 Won [25]
13 Flower, AndyAndy Flower 145 164 13 0 88.41 2  Zimbabwe  India R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 14 September 2002 Lost [25]
14 Atapattu, MarvanMarvan Atapattu 101 118 8 0 85.59 1  Sri Lanka  Netherlands R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 16 September 2002 Won [26]
15 Lara, BrianBrian Lara 111 120 8 2 92.50 1  West Indies  Kenya Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo, Sri Lanka 17 September 2002 Won [27]
16 Trescothick, MarcusMarcus Trescothick (1/2) 119 102 11 2 116.66 1  England  Zimbabwe R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 18 September 2002 Won [28]
17 Gibbs, HerschelleHerschelle Gibbs (1/3) 116 126 13 3 92.06 1  South Africa  Kenya R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 20 September 2002 Won [29]
18 Sehwag, VirenderVirender Sehwag 126 104 21 1 121.15 2  India  England R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 22 September 2002 Won [30]
19 Ganguly, SouravSourav Ganguly (3/3) 117* 109 12 3 107.33 2  India  England R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 22 September 2002 Won [30]
20 Gibbs, HerschelleHerschelle Gibbs (2/3) 116* 119 16 0 97.47 2  South Africa  India R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 25 September 2002 Lost [31]
21 Astle, NathanNathan Astle 145* 151 13 6 96.02 1  New Zealand  United States The Oval, London, England 10 September 2004 Won [32]
22 Flintoff, AndrewAndrew Flintoff 104 91 9 3 114.28 1  England  Sri Lanka The Rose Bowl, Southampton, England 17 September 2004[c] Won (D/L) [34]
23 Gibbs, HerschelleHerschelle Gibbs (3/3) 101 135 9 1 74.81 1  South Africa  West Indies The Oval, London, England 18 September 2004[d] Lost [36]
24 Trescothick, MarcusMarcus Trescothick (2/2) 104 dagger 124 14 0 83.87 1  England  West Indies The Oval, London, England 25 September 2004 Lost [37]
25 Tharanga, UpulUpul Tharanga (1/2) 105 129 11 1 81.39 1  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali, India 7 October 2006 Won [38]
26 Tharanga, UpulUpul Tharanga (2/2) 110 130 13 1 84.61 1  Sri Lanka  Zimbabwe Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmedabad, India 10 October 2006 Won [39]
27 Gayle, ChrisChris Gayle (1/3) 104* 118 11 3 88.13 2  West Indies  Bangladesh Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur, India 11 October 2006 Won [40]
28 Nafees, ShahriarShahriar Nafees 123* 161 17 1 76.39 1  Bangladesh  Zimbabwe Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur, India 13 October 2006 Won [41]
29 Gayle, ChrisChris Gayle (2/3) 101 128 10 1 78.90 1  West Indies  England Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmedabad, India 28 October 2006 Lost [42]
30 Bravo, DwayneDwayne Bravo 112* 124 14 1 90.32 1  West Indies  England Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmedabad, India 28 October 2006 Lost [42]
31 Gayle, ChrisChris Gayle (3/3) 133* 135 17 3 98.51 2  West Indies  South Africa Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur, India 2 November 2006 Won [43]
32 Dilshan, TillakaratneTillakaratne Dilshan 106 92 16 1 115.21 1  Sri Lanka  South Africa SuperSport Park, Centurion, South Africa 22 September 2009 Won (D/L) [44]
33 Malik, ShoaibShoaib Malik 128 126 16 0 101.58 1  Pakistan  India SuperSport Park, Centurion, South Africa 26 September 2009 Won [45]
34 Smith, GraemeGraeme Smith 141 134 16 0 105.22 2  South Africa  England SuperSport Park, Centurion, South Africa 27 September 2009 Lost [46]
35 Watson, ShaneShane Watson (1/2) 136* 132 10 7 103.03 2  Australia  England SuperSport Park, Centurion, South Africa 2 October 2009 Won [47]
36 Ponting, RickyRicky Ponting 111* 115 12 1 96.52 2  Australia  England SuperSport Park, Centurion, South Africa 2 October 2009 Won [47]
37 Watson, ShaneShane Watson (2/2) 105* dagger 129 10 4 81.39 2  Australia  New Zealand SuperSport Park, Centurion, South Africa 5 October 2009 Won [48]
38 Dhawan, ShikharShikhar Dhawan (1/3) 114 94 12 1 121.27 1  India  South Africa Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, Wales 6 June 2013 Won [49]
39 Dhawan, ShikharShikhar Dhawan (2/3) 102* 107 10 1 95.32 2  India  West Indies The Oval, London, England 11 June 2013 Won [50]
40 Sangakkara, KumarKumar Sangakkara 134* 135 12 0 99.25 2  Sri Lanka  England The Oval, London, England 13 June 2013 Won [51]
41 Iqbal, TamimTamim Iqbal 128 142 12 3 90.14 1  Bangladesh  England The Oval, London, England 1 June 2017 Lost [52]
42 Root, JoeJoe Root 133* 129 11 1 103.10 2  England  Bangladesh The Oval, London, England 1 June 2017 Won [52]
43 Williamson, KaneKane Williamson 100 97 8 3 103.09 1  New Zealand  Australia Edgbaston, Birmingham, England 2 June 2017 No result [53]
44 Amla, HashimHashim Amla 103 115 5 2 89.56 1  South Africa  Sri Lanka The Oval, London, England 3 June 2017 Won [54]
45 Dhawan, ShikharShikhar Dhawan (3/3) 125 128 15 1 97.65 1  India  Sri Lanka The Oval, London, England 8 June 2017 Lost [55]
46 Al Hasan, ShakibShakib Al Hasan 114 115 11 1 99.13 2  Bangladesh  New Zealand Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, Wales 9 June 2017 Won [56]
47 Mahmudullah 102* 107 8 2 95.32 2  Bangladesh  New Zealand Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, Wales 9 June 2017 Won [56]
48 Stokes, BenBen Stokes 102* 109 13 2 93.57 2  England  Australia Edgbaston, Birmingham, England 10 June 2017 Won (D/L) [57]
49 Sharma, RohitRohit Sharma 123* 129 15 1 95.34 2  India  Bangladesh Edgbaston, Birmingham, England 15 June 2017 Won [58]
50 Zaman, FakharFakhar Zaman 114 106 12 3 107.54 1  Pakistan  India The Oval, London, England 18 June 2017 Won [59]

Notes

  1. ^ The teams are Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, West Indies and Zimbabwe.[7]
  2. ^ Both India and Sri Lanka have the most centurions (six).
  3. ^ Rain ended play on 17 September, so the reserve day of 18 September was used to finish the match.[33]
  4. ^ Rain ended play on 18 September, so the reserve day of 19 September was used to finish the match.[35]

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