List of international cricket centuries by Jacques Kallis

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Jacques Kallis has scored more international centuries than any other South African player.

Jacques Kallis is a South African cricketer who plays as an all-rounder. He has been described as "the greatest cricketer ever",[1][2] and is considered one of the best all-rounders of all time, along with Sir Garfield Sobers.[3] He has scored 45 centuries (100 or more runs in a single innings) in Test cricket, the most by any South African,[4] and 17 centuries in One Day International (ODI) matches.[5] He leads all South African batsmen in runs in both Test and ODI cricket.[6][7]

Kallis made his Test debut against England in December 1995.[8] He scored his maiden Test century just over two years later, in his seventh Test match, making 101 against Australia.[9] In the 2003–04 series against the West Indies, Kallis scored a century in each of the four Test matches, becoming the first cricketer to pass 100 in every match of a series lasting more than three Tests.[10] His feat also marked the first time a South African player scored centuries in four consecutive Test matches,[10] a run he extended in his next match, scoring 150 not out against New Zealand, to become the second player, after Sir Donald Bradman, to pass 100 in five consecutive Tests.[11] Kallis passed Gary Kirsten as South Africa's leading run-scorer in Test cricket when he reached his 22nd century during the 2004–05 tour of the West Indies.[12] His achievements during the 2004–05 and 2005 cricket seasons, during which time he scored six Test centuries, resulted in him being named as Test Player of the Year by the International Cricket Council (ICC).[13] In October 2007 he became the fourth South African to reach 100 in both innings of a Test match when he did so against Pakistan.[14] He scored a century in each of the following three Tests, tallying five centuries in four Test matches.[15] In doing so, he joined Bradman, Matthew Hayden and Ken Barrington as one of just four players to have scored centuries in four consecutive Test matches on two occasions.[11] Kallis scored his first double century in Test cricket in December 2010, scoring an unbeaten 201 in the first Test against India.[16] Prior to his double century, Kallis had been the only player in the top 15 Test run-scorers not to have reached 200.[17] Later during the same series, Kallis struck centuries in both innings of a match for the second time in his career, becoming the first South African to achieve the feat on two occasions.[18] He reached his second double century, and his highest score, in 2012 against Sri Lanka, making 224.[19]

In ODI cricket, Kallis scored his maiden century in January 1998, totalling 111 against New Zealand.[20] He reached his highest total in ODIs against the West Indies in February 2004, scoring 139.[20] He generally scores at slower than one run per delivery, but does score more quickly on occasions on which he reaches a century, averaging 90.24 runs per hundred balls, rather than 72.77 when he scores less than 100.[20] His highest strike-rate when scoring a century was 117.43, achieved when he scored 128 not out against the Netherlands during the 2007 Cricket World Cup.[20] He is the only South African to have scored over 10,000 runs in ODI cricket,[21] while his 17 ODI centuries rank him second behind the 21 scored by Herschelle Gibbs among his countrymen.[22]

Key

  • * denotes that he remained not out.
  • double-dagger denotes that he was the captain of the South African team in that match.
  • Pos. denotes his position in the batting order.
  • Test denotes the number of the Test match played in that series.
  • Inn. denotes the number of innings in the match.
  • H/A/N denotes whether the venue is home (South Africa), away (opposition's home) or neutral.
  • Date denotes the date on which the match began.
  • Lost denotes that the match was lost by South Africa.
  • Won denotes that the match was won by South Africa.
  • Drawn denotes that the match was drawn.
  • S/R denotes strike rate.

Test centuries

No. Score Against Pos. Inn. Test Venue H/A/N Date Result
1 101  Australia 3 4 1/3 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Away 26 December 1997 Drawn[23]
2 132  England 3 1 3/5 Old Trafford, Manchester Away 2 June 1998 Drawn[24]
3 110  West Indies 3 1 4/5 Newlands, Cape Town Home 2 January 1999 Won[25]
4 148*  New Zealand 3 2 2/3 Jade Stadium, Christchurch Away 11 March 1999 Drawn[26]
5 115  Zimbabwe 3 2 2/2 Harare Sports Club, Harare Away 11 November 1999 Won[27]
6 105  England 3 2 4/5 Newlands, Cape Town Home 2 January 2000 Won[28]
7 160  New Zealand 3 1 1/3 Goodyear Park, Bloemfontein Home 17 November 2000 Won[29]
8 157*  Zimbabwe 3 1 1/2 Harare Sports Club, Harare Away 7 September 2001 Won[30]
9 189*  Zimbabwe 3 2 2/2 Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo Away 14 September 2001 Drawn[31]
10 139*  Bangladesh 4 2 2/2 North West Cricket Stadium, Potchefstroom Home 25 October 2002 Won[32]
11 105  Pakistan 4 1 1/2 Kingsmead, Durban Home 26 December 2002 Won[33]
12 158  West Indies 4 1 1/4 New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg Home 12 December 2003 Won[34]
13 177  West Indies 4 2 2/4 Kingsmead, Durban Home 26 December 2003 Won[35]
14 130*  West Indies 4 3 3/4 Newlands, Cape Town Home 2 January 2004 Drawn[36]
15 130*  West Indies 4 1 4/4 SuperSport Park, Centurion Home 16 January 2004 Won[37]
16 150*  New Zealand 4 3 1/3 Westpac Park, Hamilton Away 10 March 2004 Drawn[38]
17 121  India 4 1 2/2 Eden Gardens, Kolkata Away 28 November 2004 Lost[39]
18 162  England 4 2 2/5 Kingsmead, Durban Home 26 December 2004 Drawn[40]
19 149  England 4 1 3/5 Newlands, Cape Town Home 2 January 2005 Won[41]
20 136*  England 4 3 5/5 SuperSport Park, Centurion Home 21 January 2005 Drawn[42]
21 109*  West Indies 4 3 1/4 Bourda, Georgetown Away 31 March 2005 Drawn[43]
22 147  West Indies 4 1 4/4 Antigua Recreation Ground, St. John's Away 29 April 2005 Drawn[44]
23 111  Australia 4 1 3/3 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Away 2 January 2006 Lost[45]
24 114  Australia 4 2 2/3 Kingsmead, Durban Home 24 March 2006 Lost[46]
25 155  Pakistan 4 1 1/2 National Stadium, Karachi Away 1 October 2007 Won[47]
26 100*  Pakistan 4 3 1/2 National Stadium, Karachi Away 1 October 2007 Won[47]
27 107*  Pakistan 4 3 2/2 Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore Away 8 October 2007 Drawn[48]
28 186  New Zealand 4 3 1/2 New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg Home 8 November 2007 Won[49]
29 131  New Zealand 4 2 2/2 SuperSport Park, Centurion Home 16 November 2007 Won[50]
30 132  India 4 2 2/3 Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmedabad Away 3 April 2008 Won[51]
31 102 double-dagger  Australia 4 2 3/3 Newlands, Cape Town Home 19 March 2009 Won[52]
32 120  England 4 1 1/4 SuperSport Park, Centurion Home 16 December 2009 Drawn[53]
33 108  England 4 1 3/4 Newlands, Cape Town Home 3 January 2010 Drawn[54]
34 173  India 4 1 1/2 Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur Away 6 February 2010 Won[55]
35 110  West Indies 4 1 2/3 Warner Park, Basseterre Away 18 June 2010 Drawn[56]
36 135*  Pakistan 4 3 1/2 Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai Neutral 12 November 2010 Drawn[57]
37 105  Pakistan 4 1 2/2 Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi Neutral 20 November 2010 Drawn[58]
38 201*  India 4 2 1/3 SuperSport Park, Centurion Home 16 December 2010 Won[59]
39 161  India 4 1 3/3 Newlands, Cape Town Home 2 January 2011 Drawn[60]
40 109*  India 5 3 3/3 Newlands, Cape Town Home 2 January 2011 Drawn[60]
41 224  Sri Lanka 4 1 3/3 Newlands, Cape Town Home 3 January 2012 Won[19]
42 113  New Zealand 4 2 1/3 University Oval, Dunedin Away 10 March 2012 Drawn[61]
43 182*  England 4 2 1/3 Kennington Oval, London Away 22 July 2012 Won[62]
44 147  Australia 4 1 1/3 The Gabba, Brisbane Away 11 November 2012 Drawn[63]
45 115  India 4 2 2/2 Kingsmead, Durban Home 29 December 2013 Won[64]

ODI centuries

No. Score Against Pos. Inn. S/R Venue H/A/N Date Result
1 111  New Zealand 3 1 79.28 Western Australian Cricket Association Ground, Perth Neutral 16 January 1998 Won[65]
2 109*  Pakistan 5 1 95.61 Kingsmead, Durban Home 3 April 1998 Won[66]
3 113*  Sri Lanka 5 1 113.00 Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka Neutral 30 October 1998 Won[67]
4 100  New Zealand 3 1 85.47 Carisbrook, Dunedin Away 14 February 1999 Lost[68]
5 100  New Zealand 4 1 80.00 Eden Park, Auckland Away 27 March 1999 Won[69]
6 100*  Sri Lanka 3 2 71.94 Boland Bank Park, Paarl Home 9 January 2001 Won[70]
7 107  West Indies 3 1 99.07 Queen's Park, St. George's Away 5 May 2001 Won[71]
8 104*  Australia 3 2 86.66 Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth Away 3 February 2002 Lost[72]
9 107  England 3 1 80.45 The Oval, London Away 28 June 2003 Lost[73]
10 125*  Zimbabwe 3 1 85.03 St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Neutral 29 June 2003 Won[74]
11 109*  West Indies 4 1 115.95 Newlands, Cape Town Home 25 January 2004 Won[75]
12 139  West Indies 3 2 97.88 New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg Home 4 February 2004 Won[76]
13 101  Sri Lanka 3 2 79.52 Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo Away 31 August 2004 Lost[77]
14 119*  India 3 1 74.37 Kingsmead, Durban Home 11 November 2006 Won[78]
15 128*  Netherlands 3 1 117.43 Warner Park, Basseterre Neutral 16 March 2007 Won[79]
16 121*  West Indies 3 2 90.97 St George's Park, Port Elizabeth Home 27 January 2008 Won[80]
17 104*  India 3 1 110.63 Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmedabad Away 27 February 2010 Won[81]

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