List of international cricket centuries by Rahul Dravid

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A male, dark-skinned cricketer in a white short-sleeved shirt and dark blue baseball cap with sunglasses on the peak of the cap. He is standing high up in a cricket stand with a large number of spectators in the background.
Rahul Dravid during the Australian tour of India in 2004

Rahul Dravid is a retired Indian international cricketer. in both Test and One Day International (ODI) cricket in matches organised by the International Cricket Council (ICC). Nicknamed "The Wall" for his ability of "... fending off the fiercest, the fastest and the wiliest of bowlers around the world",[1][2] he scored 36 centuries (scores of 100 runs or more) in Test cricket and 12 in One Day Internationals (ODI) between his debut in 1996 and retirement in 2011.[3] He was named as one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 2000,[4] as well as the ICC Test Player of the Year and ICC Player of the Year in 2004.[3]

Dravid scored his first Test century in January 1997 against South Africa. In a man-of-the-match performance, he made 148 runs spanning nine hours and took India to their only draw of the series.[5] He made centuries in both innings of a match when he scored 190 and 103 not out in the final Test of the 1998–99 series against New Zealand. He repeated the feat in March 2005 when he scored 110 and 135 against Pakistan in another man-of-the-match performance, leading India to victory in the second of the three-match series. Scoring 180 in a fifth-wicket partnership of 376 with VVS Laxman, in the Second Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in 2001, Dravid helped lead India to victory by 171 runs despite being asked to follow-on by the Australians.[6] His partnership with Laxman was the third-highest for the fifth wicket in Test cricket history.[7] Dravid's highest Test score of 270, achieved in April 2004 in Rawalpindi, helped India to an innings victory against Pakistan.[8] The performance was the fourth-highest score by an Indian batsman in Test cricket.[9] He scored centuries against all Test playing nations and was the first cricketer to score centuries in all 10 Test playing nations.

Dravid's first ODI century was made against Pakistan in May 1997. He followed that with six centuries in 1999, including two in the 1999 World Cup (against Kenya and Sri Lanka); in the latter he was involved in a then-record 318-run partnership with Sourav Ganguly.[10] His highest score of 153 was made the same year against New Zealand. His total came as part of a record second-wicket partnership of 331 with Sachin Tendulkar and led India to the second-highest ODI total at that time.[10][11][12]

Key

An Indian cricketer in a blue helmet, waiting to receive a delivery. He is standing in front of his wicket, with spectators in a stand behind him.
Dravid at the crease in 2007
Symbol Meaning
* Remained not out
dagger Captained the team
double-dagger Man of the match
Test The number of the Test matches played in that series
Pos. Position in the batting order
Inn. The innings of the match
S/R Strike rate during the innings
H/A/N The venue was at home (India), away or neutral.
Lost The match was lost by India.
Won The match was won by India.
Draw The match was drawn.

Test centuries

Centuries in Test cricket[13]
No. Score Against Pos. Inn. Test Venue H/A Date Result Ref
1 148 double-dagger  South Africa 3 1 3/3 Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg Away 16 Jan 1997 Drawn [5]
2 118  Zimbabwe 4 2 1/1 Harare Sports Club, Harare Away 7 October 1998 Lost [14]
3 190  New Zealand 3 2 3/3 WestpacTrust Park, Hamilton Away 2 January 1999 Drawn [15]
4 103*  New Zealand 3 4 3/3 WestpacTrust Park, Hamilton Away 2 January 1999 Drawn [15]
5 107  Sri Lanka 3 1 2/3 Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo Away 24 February 1999 Drawn [16]
6 144  New Zealand 3 3 1/2 Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali Home 10 October 1999 Drawn [17]
7 200*  Zimbabwe 3 2 1/2 Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi Home 18 November 2000 Won [18]
8 162  Zimbabwe 3 1 2/2 Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur Home 25 November 2000 Won [19]
9 180  Australia 6 3 2/3 Eden Gardens, Kolkata Home 13 March 2001 Won [20]
10 144*  West Indies 5 2 1/5 Bourda, Georgetown Away 11 April 2002 Drawn [21]
11 115  England 3 3 2/4 Trent Bridge, Nottingham Away 8 August 2002 Drawn [22]
12 148 double-dagger  England 3 1 3/4 Headingley, Leeds Away 22 August 2002 Won [23]
13 217 double-dagger  England 3 2 4/4 The Oval, London Away 5 September 2002 Drawn [24]
14 100*  West Indies 3 1 1/3 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai Home 9 October 2002 Won [25]
15 222 double-dagger  New Zealand 3 1 1/2 Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmedabad Home 8 October 2003 Drawn [26]
16 233 double-dagger  Australia 3 2 2/4 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Away 8 December 2003 Won [27]
17 270 double-dagger  Pakistan 3 2 3/3 Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi Away 13 April 2004 Won [8]
18 160  Bangladesh 3 1 2/2 M. A. Aziz Stadium, Chittagong Away 17 December 2004 Won [28]
19 110 double-dagger  Pakistan 3 1 2/3 Eden Gardens, Kolkata Home 16 March 2005 Won [29]
20 135 double-dagger  Pakistan 3 3 2/3 Eden Gardens, Kolkata Home 16 March 2005 Won [29]
21 128* dagger  Pakistan 2 2 1/3 Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore Away 13 January 2006 Drawn [30]
22 103 dagger  Pakistan 2 2 2/3 Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad Away 21 January 2006 Drawn [31]
23 146 dagger  West Indies 4 1 2/4 Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet Away 10 June 2006 Drawn [32]
24 129 dagger  Bangladesh 3 1 2/2 Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur Away 25 May 2007 Won [33]
25 111  South Africa 3 2 1/3 M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai Home 26 March 2008 Drawn [34]
26 136  England 3 1 2/2 Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali Home 19 December 2008 Drawn [35]
27 177  Sri Lanka 3 1 1/3 Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmedabad Home 16 November 2009 Drawn [36]
28 144  Sri Lanka 3 1 2/3 Green Park Stadium, Kanpur Home 24 November 2009 Won [37]
29 111*  Bangladesh 3 2 2/2 Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Mirpur Away 24 January 2010 Won [38]
30 104  New Zealand 3 1 1/3 Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmedabad Home 4 November 2010 Drawn [39]
31 191 double-dagger  New Zealand 3 2 3/3 Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur Home 22 November 2010 Won [40]
32 112 double-dagger  West Indies 3 3 1/3 Sabina Park, Kingston Away 22 June 2011 Won [41]
33 103*  England 3 2 1/4 Lord's Cricket Ground, London Away 23 July 2011 Lost [42]
34 117  England 2 2 2/4 Trent Bridge, Nottingham Away 30 July 2011 Lost [43]
35 146*  England 2 2 4/4 The Oval, London Away 21 August 2011 Lost [44]
36 119  West Indies 3 1 2/3 Eden Gardens, Kolkata Home 14 November 2011 Won [45]

One Day International centuries

Centuries in One Day Internationals[46]
No. Score Against Pos. Inn. S/R Venue H/A/N Date Result Ref
1 107  Pakistan 3 2 92.24 M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai Home 21 May 1997 Lost [47]
2 123* double-dagger  New Zealand 3 1 100.00 Owen Delany Park, Taupo Away 9 January 1999 Lost [48]
3 116  Sri Lanka 3 1 98.30 Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur Home 22 March 1999 Won [49]
4 104*  Kenya 3 1 95.41 Bristol County Ground, Bristol Neutral 23 May 1999 Won [50]
5 145  Sri Lanka 3 1 112.40 County Ground, Taunton Neutral 26 May 1999 Won [51]
6 103*  West Indies 3 1 83.06 Kallang Ground, Singapore Neutral 8 September 1999 Lost [52]
7 153  New Zealand 3 1 100.00 Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad Home 8 November 1999 Won [53]
8 109*  West Indies 4 2 87.90 Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmedabad Home 15 November 2002 Won [54]
9 104 double-dagger  United Arab Emirates 5 1 111.82 Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, Dambulla Neutral 16 July 2004 Won [55]
10 104  Pakistan 4 1 74.82 Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi Home 2 April 2005 Won [56]
11 103* dagger  Sri Lanka 5 1 85.83 Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmedabad Home 6 November 2005 Lost [57]
12 105 dagger double-dagger  West Indies 2 2 102.94 Sabina Park, Kingston Away 18 May 2006 Won [58]

References

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External links

  • "Statistics / Statsguru / R Dravid / Test matches". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 21 November 2009. 
  • "Statistics / Statsguru / R Dravid / One-Day Internationals". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 21 November 2009. 


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