List of international cricket centuries at the Green Park Stadium

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Aerial view of the Green Park Stadium, Kanpur
Since the Green Park Stadium hosted its first Test match in 1952, 32 Test centuries have been scored at the ground.[1]

The Green Park Stadium—formerly known as Modi Stadium—is a cricket ground in Kanpur, India. It is the home ground of the Uttar Pradesh cricket team and has played host to Ranji Trophy matches, as well as being a Test and One Day International (ODI) venue.[2][3] The ground has hosted 21 Test matches, since the first one in 1952 when India played England.[4] It has also staged 14 ODIs, the first of which was in 1986 when India lost to Sri Lanka by a margin of 17 runs.[5] As of February 2016, no T20 International has been played at the ground.[6]

The first century at the ground was scored by the West Indian Garfield Sobers. He made 198 during the second Test of the 1958–59 West Indies tour of India. The first Indian to score a century at the ground was Polly Umrigar, who made 147 not out against England in December 1961. West Indian Faoud Bacchus' 250, against India in February 1979, is the highest individual score by a batsman at the ground. India's Gundappa Viswanath and Mohammed Azharuddin have scored the most centuries at the venue with three each. The latter also holds the record for the highest score by an Indian at the ground. As of February 2016, 32 Test centuries have been scored at the stadium.

India's Chetan Sharma was the first player to score an ODI century at the ground. He made 101 not out against England during the Nehru Cup (1989).[7] Shahid Afridi's 45-ball century against India in April 2005 at the venue is the fastest century scored in India.[8] As of March 2016, Rohit Sharma's 150 against South Africa is the highest ODI score by a batsman at the ground. The record for the highest score in the format by an overseas player belongs to the Pakistani Salman Butt, who made 129 against India in November 2007. As of February 2016, nine ODI centuries have been scored by as many players at the Green Park Stadium.

Key

  • Score denotes the number of runs scored by the batsman in an innings.
  • * denotes that the batsman was not out.
  • Inns. denotes the number of the innings in the match.
  • Balls denotes the number of balls faced by the batsman in an innings.
  • NR denotes that the statistic was not recorded.
  • Date denotes the date in which the match started.
  • Result denotes the result of the player's team.
  • Drawn denotes that the match was drawn.
Shahid Afridi
Shahid Afridi's 45-ball century against India in 2005 is the fastest by a batsman in India.

Test cricket

Mohammad Azharuddin
Mohammad Azharuddin scored three Test centuries at the ground.
List of Test centuries scored at the Green Park Stadium[1]
No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Result
1 198 Sobers, GarfieldGarfield Sobers  West Indies NR 3  India 12 December 1958 Won[9]
2 115 Umrigar, PollyPolly Umrigar (1/2)  India NR 2  Pakistan 16 December 1960 Drawn[10]
3 147* Umrigar, PollyPolly Umrigar (2/2)  India NR 1  England 1 December 19611 Drawn[11]
4 119 Pullar, GeoffGeoff Pullar  England NR 3  India 1 December 19612 Drawn[11]
5 172 Barrington, KenKen Barrington  England NR 3  India 1 December 19613 Drawn[11]
6 126* Dexter, TedTed Dexter  England NR 3  India 1 December 19614 Drawn[11]
7 127 Knight, BarryBarry Knight  England NR 1  India 15 February 19641 Drawn[12]
8 121 Parfitt, PeterPeter Parfitt  England NR 1  India 15 February 19642 Drawn[12]
9 122* Nadkarni, BapuBapu Nadkarni  India NR 3  England 15 February 19643 Drawn[12]
10 114 Sheahan, PaulPaul Sheahan  Australia NR 2  India 15 November 19691 Drawn[13]
11 137 Viswanath, GundappaGundappa Viswanath (1/3)  India NR 3  Australia 15 November 19692 Drawn[13]
12 125 Lewis, TonyTony Lewis  England 228 2  India 25 January 1973 Drawn[14]
13 113 Turner, GlennGlenn Turner  New Zealand NR 2  India 18 November 19761 Drawn[15]
14 103* Viswanath, GundappaGundappa Viswanath (2/3)  India NR 3  New Zealand 18 November 19762 Drawn[15]
15 179 Viswanath, GundappaGundappa Viswanath (3/3)  India NR 1  West Indies 2 February 19791 Drawn[16]
16 102 Gaekwad, AnshumanAnshuman Gaekwad  India NR 1  West Indies 2 February 19792 Drawn[16]
17 101* Amarnath, MohinderMohinder Amarnath  India NR 1  West Indies 2 February 19793 Drawn[16]
18 250 Bacchus, FaoudFaoud Bacchus  West Indies NR 2  India 2 February 19794 Drawn[16]
19 142 Botham, IanIan Botham  England 214 1  India 30 January 19821 Drawn[17]
20 116 Dev, KapilKapil Dev  India 98 2  England 30 January 19822 Drawn[17]
21 194 Greenidge, GordonGordon Greenidge  West Indies 368 1  India 21 October 1983 Won[18]
22 122 Azharuddin, MohammadMohammad Azharuddin (1/3)  India 270 1  England 31 January 19851 Drawn[19]
23 137 Vengsarkar, DilipDilip Vengsarkar  India 255 1  England 31 January 19852 Drawn[19]
24 176 Gavaskar, SunilSunil Gavaskar  India 302 2  Sri Lanka 17 December 19861 Drawn[20]
25 199 Azharuddin, MohammadMohammad Azharuddin (2/3)  India NR 2  Sri Lanka 17 December 19862 Drawn[20]
26 163 Dev, KapilKapil Dev  India 165 2  Sri Lanka 17 December 19863 Drawn[20]
27 163* Azharuddin, MohammadMohammad Azharuddin (3/3)  India 229 3  South Africa 8 December 1996 Won[21]
28 163 Hall, AndrewAndrew Hall  South Africa 454 1  India 20 November 20041 Drawn[22]
29 164 Sehwag, VirenderVirender Sehwag (1/2)  India 228 2  South Africa 20 November 20042 Drawn[22]
30 131 Sehwag, VirenderVirender Sehwag (2/2)  India 122 1  Sri Lanka 24 November 20091 Won[23]
31 167 Gambhir, GautamGautam Gambhir  India 215 1  Sri Lanka 24 November 20092 Won[23]
32 144 Dravid, RahulRahul Dravid  India 226 1  Sri Lanka 24 November 20093 Won[23]

One Day Internationals

List of ODI centuries scored at the Green Park Stadium[24]
No. Score Player Team Balls Inns. Opposing team Date Result
1 101* Sharma, ChetanChetan Sharma  India 96 2  England 25 October 1989 Won[25]
2 102* Prabhakar, ManojManoj Prabhakar  India 154 2  West Indies 30 October 1993 Lost[26]
3 106 Kambli, VinodVinod Kambli  India 110 1  Zimbabwe 6 March 1996 Won[27]
4 100 Tendulkar, SachinSachin Tendulkar  India 89 2  Australia 7 April 1998 Won[28]
5 102 Afridi, ShahidShahid Afridi  Pakistan 46 2  India 15 April 2005 Won[29]
6 129 Butt, SalmanSalman Butt  Pakistan 142 2  India 11 November 2007 Lost[30]
7 119 Dhawan, ShikharShikhar Dhawan  India 95 2  West Indies 27 November 2013 Won[31]
8 104* de Villiers, ABAB de Villiers  South Africa 73 1  India 11 October 20151 Won[32]
9 150 Sharma, RohitRohit Sharma (1/2)  India 133 2  South Africa 11 October 20152 Lost[32]
10 147 Sharma, RohitRohit Sharma (2/2)  India 138 1  New Zealand 29 October 20172 Won
11 113 Kohli, ViratVirat Kohli  India 106 1  New Zealand 29 October 20172 Won

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