List of international cricket centuries by Shivnarine Chanderpaul

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Shivnarine Chanderpaul, wearing his West Indies cricket kit, with anti-glare patches beneath his eyes.
Chanderpaul is second only to Brian Lara in terms of number of international centuries for the West Indies.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul is an international cricketer who has played for the West Indies since 1994, and captained the team for a short time. He has scored centuries (100 or more runs in a single innings) on 30 occasions in Test cricket and 11 times in One Day International (ODI) matches. He is West Indies' second-most prolific batsman in international cricket, after Brian Lara, having accumulated almost 20,000 runs.[1] He bats with an unorthodox technique, which is often described as "crab-like",[2][3] and is highly regarded for his "patience and obstinacy at the crease."[4] In his list of the 100 greatest Test players, Shane Warne described Chanderpaul as "a bloke you needed to crowbar away from the crease."[5] In 2008 he was named as one of the five Cricketers of the Year by the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack,[6] and as the Player of the Year by the International Cricket Council.[7]

Chanderpaul made his Test debut in March 1994, selected as an all-rounder who could bowl leg breaks, against England. He reached his first century three years later, scoring an unbeaten 137 against India at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown.[8] During the initial phase of his career, Chanderpaul was criticised for his inability to convert half-centuries into centuries,[9] but he proved his critics wrong during the 2001–02 series against India when he scored three centuries in five matches, thus earning the man of the series accolade. During that tournament, he batted for 1,513 minutes between dismissals, a record in Test cricket.[6] Despite being well known for his patient batting, Chanderpaul scored a 69-ball century against Australia in 2003, which at the time was the third fastest century in terms of balls faced.[a][11] His highest score in Test cricket is 203 not out, a total he achieved twice, first against South Africa in 2005, and then against Bangladesh in 2012.[12][13] He has scored centuries against every Test playing nation with the exception of Sri Lanka, and has scored seven centuries against India, more than any other team.[14]

In ODI cricket, Chanderpaul's debut came seven months after his first Test appearance, but he was not required to bat as the West Indies reached the target to beat India. He scored his maiden ODI century shortly after his first Test century, in May 1997 against India, scoring 109 runs. He reached his highest ODI score in 1999, making 150 runs during a West Indian record partnership of 226 with Carl Hooper, against South Africa.[8][15] That innings, along with his score of 149 not out against India in 2007 are the only times he has finished a century innings with a strike rate of quicker than a-run-a-ball in ODI cricket.[16]

In both Test and ODI cricket, Chanderpaul has remained not out more often than being dismissed once he has scored a century: in Tests, he has been not out in 18 of 30 innings,[17] while out of eleven ODI centuries, he was unbeaten eight times.[18] Chanderpaul has not been selected to play Twenty20 International cricket since 2010, and in his 22 appearances prior to that, his highest score was 41 runs.[9] As of February 2015, he is tenth among all-time century makers in international cricket.[19]

Key

Kensington Oval cricket ground
Chanderpaul has scored five international centuries at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown.
Symbol Meaning
* Remained not out
double-dagger He was the captain of the West Indies team in that match.
M He was named man of the match.
Pos. Position in the batting order
Inn. The innings of the match in which he scored his century.
Test The number of the Test match played in that series (for example, (1/3) denotes the first Test in a three match series).
H/A/N Whether the venue is home (West Indies), away (opponent's home) or neutral.
Date The date on which the match began.
Lost The match was lost by the West Indies.
Won The match was won by the West Indies.
Drawn The match was drawn.
S/R Strike rate during the innings

Tests

Centuries in Test cricket
No. Score Against Pos. Inn. Test Venue H/A/N Date Result Ref
1 137* M  India 3 1 3/5 Kensington Oval, Bridgetown Home 27 March 1997 Won [20]
2 118 M  England 4 1 4/6 Bourda, Georgetown Home 27 February 1998 Won [21]
3 140  India 6 1 1/5 Bourda, Georgetown Home 11 April 2002 Drawn [22]
4 101*  India 6 2 3/5 Kensington Oval, Bridgetown Home 2 May 2002 Won [23]
5 136*  India 6 2 4/5 Antigua Recreation Ground, St. John's Home 10 May 2002 Drawn [24]
6 140  India 5 2 3/3 Eden Gardens, Kolkata Away 30 October 2002 Drawn [25]
7 100  Australia 6 1 1/4 Bourda, Georgetown Home 10 April 2003 Lost [26]
8 104 M  Australia 6 4 4/4 Antigua Recreation Ground, St. John's Home 9 May 2003 Won [27]
9 109  South Africa 7 3 2/4 Kingsmead, Durban Away 26 December 2003 Lost [28]
10 101*  Bangladesh 6 2 2/2 Sabina Park, Kingston Home 4 June 2004 Won [29]
11 128*  England 5 2 1/4 Lord's, London Away 22 July 2004 Lost [30]
12 203* double-dagger M  South Africa 5 1 1/4 Bourda, Georgetown Home 31 March 2005 Drawn [31]
13 127 double-dagger  South Africa 5 2 4/4 Antigua Recreation Ground, St. John's Home 29 April 2005 Drawn [32]
14 153* double-dagger M  Pakistan 5 3 1/2 Kensington Oval, Bridgetown Home 26 May 2005 Won [33]
15 116*  England 5 4 3/4 Old Trafford, Manchester Away 7 June 2007 Lost [34]
16 136* M  England 5 1 4/4 Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street Away 15 June 2007 Lost [35]
17 104  South Africa 5 1 1/3 St George's Park, Port Elizabeth Away 26 December 2007 Won [36]
18 118  Australia 5 2 1/3 Sabina Park, Kingston Home 22 May 2008 Lost [37]
19 107* M  Australia 5 2 2/3 Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound Home 30 May 2008 Drawn [38]
20 126*  New Zealand 5 1 2/2 McLean Park, Napier Away 19 December 2008 Drawn [39]
21 147*  England 6 2 5/5 Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain Home 6 March 2009 Drawn [40]
22 166 M  South Africa 4 2 2/3 Warner Park, Basseterre Home 18 June 2010 Drawn [41]
23 116* M  India 5 3 3/3 Windsor Park, Roseau Home 6 July 2011 Drawn [42]
24 118  India 5 1 1/3 Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi Away 6 November 2011 Lost [43]
25 103*  Australia 5 1 1/3 Kensington Oval, Bridgetown Home 7 April 2012 Lost [44]
26 203*  Bangladesh 5 1 1/2 Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur Away 13 November 2012 Won [45]
27 150*  Bangladesh 5 2 2/2 Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium, Khulna Away 21 November 2012 Won [46]
28 108  Zimbabwe 5 2 2/2 Windsor Park, Roseau Home 20 March 2013 Won [47]
29 122*  New Zealand 5 1 3/3 Seddon Park, Hamilton Away 19 December 2013 Lost [48]
30 101*  Bangladesh 5 3 2/2 Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet Home 16 September 2014 Won [49]

One Day Internationals

Centuries in One Day Internationals
No. Score Against Pos. Inn. S/R Venue H/A/N Date Result Ref
1 109* M  India 2 2 81.34 Kensington Oval, Bridgetown Home 3 May 1997 Won [50]
2 150 M  South Africa 2 1 110.29 Buffalo Park, East London Away 24 January 1999 Won [51]
3 108* M  New Zealand 2 2 78.26 Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet Home 8 June 2002 Won [52]
4 101  Pakistan 2 1 71.12 National Stadium, Karachi Away 16 December 2006 Won [53]
5 149* M  India 2 2 109.55 Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur Away 21 January 2007 Lost [54]
6 102* M  Ireland 2 2 90.26 Sabina Park, Kingston Home 23 March 2007 Won [55]
7 116* M  England 3 1 95.08 Edgbaston, Birmingham Away 4 July 2007 Won [56]
8 127*  Zimbabwe 3 2 92.02 Harare Sports Club Away 30 November 2007 Lost [57]
9 107*  Pakistan 4 2 71.81 Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi Neutral 14 November 2008 Lost [58]
10 112* M  England 4 1 83.58 Providence Stadium Home 22 March 2009 Won [59]
11 101 M  Canada 2 1 84.16 Sabina Park, Kingston Home 13 April 2010 Won [60]

Notes and references

Notes
  1. ^ As of 2013 it is the fourth fastest in Test cricket.[10]
References
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