List of international cricket centuries by Ricky Ponting

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Ricky Ponting has scored more centuries in Test and One Day International cricket than any other Australian player.

Ricky Ponting is an Australian cricketer and former captain of the Australia national cricket team. He has scored centuries (100 or more runs) on 41 occasions in Test cricket and 30 times in One Day International (ODI) matches, both of which are Australian records.[1][2] In Test matches, Ponting has scored hundreds against all Test playing countries. He is third (41) in the list of Test century-makers, behind Sachin Tendulkar (51) & Jacques Kallis (45).[3] Ponting's first Test century was achieved against England at Headingley in 1997, when he scored 127. His highest innings is 257, scored against India in late-2003 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Ponting, among 41 centuries, has scored 6 double centuries, while his Test centuries have been made at 21 cricket grounds, including 15 at venues outside Australia. Ponting has been dismissed four times in the nineties, along with 96 on his Test debut.[4][5] Ponting has scored centuries in both innings of a Test three times, equalling the record set by Sunil Gavaskar. This included a century in each innings of his 100th Test match thus becoming the only player in history to achieve that feat. In that match he also guided Australia to a successful run chase against South Africa on the final day.[6] In 2006, Ponting scored seven centuries, the most by an Australian in a year.[7]

In ODIs, Ponting has scored 30 centuries against 11 opponents. He has scored centuries against all cricketing nations that have permanent One Day International status and is the first ever batsman in the world to achieve this incredible feat in the ODI cricket history. His first ODI century was against Sri Lanka in the ninth match of the Benson & Hedges World Series, held in the Melbourne Cricket Ground in 1996. His highest ODI score is 164, which he scored against South Africa at the Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg in 2006. This propelled Australia to a new ODI world record score, although this mark lasted only a few hours before South Africa overhauled their target in the last over of the match. Ponting is second in the list of century-makers, behind Tendulkar (49).[2] Ponting has scored 12 centuries at home grounds and 16 centuries at away or neutral venues. Seven centuries were hit at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. He has been dismissed four times in the 1990s.[8][9] Ponting previously held the highest score in a World Cup final with 140 not out against India in 2003, before it was broken by Adam Gilchrist in 2007.[10][11] He has scored five World Cup centuries, along with Kumar Sangakkara, both are behind Tendulkar with six.[12] His 145 against Zimbabwe in 1998 equalled Dean Jones' Australian record score, but this was surpassed in early-1999 by Adam Gilchrist's 154.[13][14]

In September 2009, Ponting retired from Twenty20 international (T20I) cricket,[15] failing to score a century in a T20I match. However, in the first International played, he hit 98 not out against New Zealand in Auckland.[16]

Ricky Ponting has scored hundreds at each of the six prominent cricketing venues in Australia in both Tests and ODIs and is the only Australian to do so.

List of Test cricket centuries

 A ground with two sportsman playing cricket, with a boundary rope in the background
Ponting and Shane Warne during the 2006–07 Ashes series. The series saw Ponting score two centuries.

Key

  • * denotes that he remained not out.
  • denotes that he was the captain of the Australian 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 Test match.
  • H/A denotes whether the venue was in home (Australia) or away.
  • Lost denotes that the match was lost by Australia.
  • Won denotes that the match was won by Australia.
No. Score Against Pos. Inn. Test Venue H/A Date Result
1 127  England 6 2 4 Headingley, Leeds Away 24 July 1997 Won[17]
2 105  South Africa 6 1 1 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Home 26 December 1997 Draw[18]
3 104  West Indies 6 1 3 Kensington Oval, Bridgetown Away 26 March 1999 Lost[19]
4 105*  Sri Lanka 6 1 3 Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo Away 30 September 1999 Draw[20]
5 197  Pakistan 6 2 3 WACA, Perth Home 26 November 1999 Won[21]
6 125  India 6 1 1 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Home 10 December 1999 Won[22]
7 141*  India 6 2 3 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Home 2 January 2000 Won[23]
8 144  England 3 1 4 Headingley, Leeds Away 16 August 2001 Lost[24]
9 157*  New Zealand 3 1 2 Bellerive Oval, Hobart Home 22 November 2001 Draw[25]
10 100*  South Africa 3 4 2 Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town Away 8 March 2002 Won[26]
11 141  Pakistan 3 1 1 Saravanamuttu Stadium, Colombo Neutral 3 October 2002 Won[27]
12 150  Pakistan 3 1 3 Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah Neutral 19 October 2002 Won[28]
13 123  England 3 1 1 Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane Home 7 November 2002 Won[29]
14 154  England 3 2 2 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Home 21 November 2002 Won[30]
15 117  West Indies 3 2 1 Bourda, Georgetown Away 10 April 2003 Won[31]
16 206  West Indies 3 1 2 Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain Away 19 April 2003 Won[32]
17 113  West Indies 3 1 3 Kensington Oval, Bridgetown Away 1 May 2003 Won[33]
18 169  Zimbabwe 3 2 2 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Home 17 October 2003 Won[34]
19 242  India 3 1 2 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Home 12 December 2003 Lost[35]
20 257  India 3 2 3 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Home 26 December 2003 Won[36]
21 207♠  Pakistan 3 2 3 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Home 2 January 2005 Won[37]
22 105♠  New Zealand 3 2 3 Eden Park, Auckland Away 26 March 2005 Won[38]
23 156♠  England 3 4 3 Old Trafford, Manchester Away 11 August 2005 Draw[39]
24 149♠  West Indies 3 1 1 Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane Home 3 November 2005 Won[40]
25 104*♠  West Indies 3 3 1 Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane Home 3 November 2005 Won[40]
26 117♠  South Africa 3 1 2 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Home 26 December 2005 Won[41]
27 120♠  South Africa 3 2 3 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Home 2 January 2006 Won[42]
28 143*♠  South Africa 3 4 3 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Home 2 January 2006 Won[42]
29 103♠  South Africa 3 1 2 Kingsmead, Durban Away 24 March 2006 Won[43]
30 116♠  South Africa 3 3 2 Kingsmead, Durban Away 24 March 2006 Won[43]
31 118*♠  Bangladesh 3 4 1 Fatullah Osmani Stadium, Fatullah Away 9 April 2006 Won[44]
32 196♠  England 3 1 1 Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane Home 23 November 2006 Won[45]
33 142♠  England 3 2 2 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Home 1 December 2006 Won[46]
34 140♠  India 3 2 4 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Home 24 January 2008 Draw[47]
35 158♠  West Indies 3 1 1 Sabina Park, Kingston Away 22 May 2008 Won[48]
36 123♠  India 3 1 1 M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore Away 9 October 2008 Draw[49]
37 101♠  South Africa 3 1 2 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Home 26 December 2008 Lost[50]
38 150♠  England 3 2 1 Sophia Gardens, Cardiff Away 8 July 2009 Draw[51]
39 209♠  Pakistan 3 1 3 Bellerive Oval, Hobart Home 14 January 2010 Won[52]
40 134  India 4 2 2 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Home 4 January 2012 Won[53]
41 221  India 4 1 4 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Home 24 January 2012 Won

List of ODI centuries

A man in a cricket uniform swinging the bat at a sports ground. A crowd watches in the background.
Ponting during his 124 against Sri Lanka on 12 February 2006 at the Sydney Cricket Ground
Key
  • * denotes not out.
  • denotes a match in which Ponting was captain.
  • denotes that Ponting was playing for ICC World XI in the World Cricket Tsunami Appeal match.
  • Pos. denotes his position in the batting order.
  • Inn. denotes innings in the match.
  • S/R denotes strike rate.
  • H/A/N denotes whether the venue is home (Australia), away (opposition's home) or neutral.
No. Score Against Pos. Inn. S/R Venue H/A/N Date Result
1 123  Sri Lanka 4 1 89.13 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Home 9 January 1996 Lost[54]
2 102  West Indies 3 1 91.07 Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur Neutral 4 March 1996 Lost[55]
3 100  New Zealand 3 1 87.71 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Home 21 January 1998 Lost[56]
4 145  Zimbabwe 3 1 91.77 Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi Neutral 11 April 1998 Won[57]
5 124*  Pakistan 3 2 96.12 Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore Away 18 November 1998 Won[58]
6 115  India 3 1 95.04 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Home 12 January 2000 Won[59]
7 101  India 3 1 92.66 Indira Priyadarshini Stadium, Visakhapatnam Away 3 April 2001 Won[60]
8 102  England 3 2 87.93 County Ground, Bristol Away 10 June 2001 Won[61]
9 129♠  South Africa 3 1 102.38 Goodyear Park, Bloemfontein Away 30 March 2002 Won[62]
10 119♠  England 3 1 96.74 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Home 15 December 2002 Won[63]
11 106*♠  Sri Lanka 3 2 109.27 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Home 21 January 2003 Won[64]
12 114♠  Sri Lanka 3 1 104.58 SuperSport Park, Centurion Neutral 7 March 2003 Won[65]
13 140*♠  India 3 1 115.70 Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg Neutral 23 March 2003 Won[66]
14 101♠  Bangladesh 3 1 85.59 Marrara Oval, Darwin Home 6 August 2003 Won[67]
15 108*♠  India 3 1 104.85 M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore Away 12 November 2003 Won[68]
16 115♠♦  Asian XI 3 1 112.74 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Neutral 10 January 2005 Won[69]
17 141*♠  New Zealand 3 1 111.02 McLean Park, Napier Away 5 March 2005 Won[70]
18 111♠  England 3 2 96.52 Lord's, London Away 10 July 2005 Won[71]
19 124♠  Sri Lanka 3 1 97.63 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Home 12 February 2006 Won[72]
20 164♠  South Africa 3 1 156.19 Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg Away 12 March 2006 Lost[73]
21 111♠  New Zealand 3 1 90.98 WACA, Perth Home 28 January 2007 Won[74]
22 104♠  New Zealand 3 2 92.03 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Home 4 February 2007 Won[75]
23 113♠  Scotland 3 1 121.50 Warner Park, Basseterre Neutral 14 March 2007 Won[76]
24 107*♠  New Zealand 3 2 99.07 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Home 14 December 2007 Won[77]
25 134*♠  New Zealand 3 1 100.75 Bellerive Oval, Hobart Home 20 December 2007 Won[78]
26 124♠  India 3 1 93.23 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Home 24 February 2008 Won[79]
27 126♠  England 3 2 115.59 Trent Bridge, Nottingham Away 15 September 2009 Won[80]
28 111*♠  England 3 2 96.52 SuperSport Park, Centurion Neutral 2 October 2009 Won[81]
29 106*♠  West Indies 3 1 94.64 Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane Home 14 February 2010 Won[82]
30 104♠  India 3 1 88.13 Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad Away 24 March 2011 Lost[83]

List of centuries by opponent

No. Country Test ODI Total
1  India 8 6 14
2  South Africa 8 2 10
3  England 8 5 13
4  New Zealand 2 6 8
5  West Indies 7 2 9
6  Pakistan 5 1 6
7  Bangladesh 1 1 2
8  Sri Lanka 1 4 5
9  Zimbabwe 1 1 2
10 Asia XI 0 1 1
11  Scotland N/A 1 1
12  Namibia N/A 0 0
Total 41 30 71

See also

References

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  65. ^ "Australia vs. Sri Lanka, SuperSport Park, Centurion, 07 March 2003". Cricinfo. Retrieved 20 June 2009. 
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External links

  • List of international cricket centuries by Ricky Ponting at ESPNcricinfo


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