List of international cricket centuries at Eden Gardens
Eden Gardens is a cricket ground in Kolkata, India. It is the home of the Bengal cricket team and the Indian Premier League's Kolkata Knight Riders, as well as being a Test and One Day International ground. It has a capacity of 90,000. The ground has held Test matches since 1934 and hosted its first One Day International in 1987.
The first Test century scored at the ground was in 1948 by the West Indian Everton Weekes. 68 Test centuries have been scored at the ground in total. VVS Laxman's 281, scored against Australia in 2001, is the highest Test innings achieved at the ground. The record highest Test score by an overseas player is 256 which was made in 1958 by the West Indian Rohan Kanhai. Mohammad Azharuddin and VVS Laxman have scored the equal number of the most Test centuries at the ground, with five centuries each.
Rohit Sharma broke the record for the highest individual innings in an ODI when he scored 264 against Sri Lanka in November 2014 at Eden Gardens.
- * denotes that the batsman was not out.
- Inns. denotes the number of the innings in the match.
- Balls denotes the number of balls faced in an innings.
- NR denotes that the number of balls was not recorded.
- Parentheses next to the player's score denotes his century number at the Eden Gardens.
- The column title Date refers to the date the match started.
- The column title Result refers to whether the player's team won lost or if the match was drawn.
The following table summarises the Test centuries scored at Eden Gardens.
|1||162||Everton Weekes (1/2)||West Indies||NR||1||India||31 December 1948||Drawn|
|2||101||Everton Weekes (2/2)||West Indies||NR||3||India||31 December 1948||Drawn|
|3||108||Clyde Walcott||West Indies||NR||3||India||31 December 1948||Drawn|
|4||106||Mushtaq Ali||India||NR||4||West Indies||31 December 1948||Drawn|
|5||115||Dattu Phadkar||India||NR||2||England||30 December 1951||Drawn|
|6||110||Deepak Shodhan||India||NR||2||Pakistan||12 December 1952||Drawn|
|7||120||John Reid||New Zealand||NR||2||India||28 December 1955||Drawn|
|8||100||Pankaj Roy||India||NR||3||New Zealand||28 December 1955||Drawn|
|9||106*||Gulabrai Ramchand||India||NR||3||New Zealand||28 December 1955||Drawn|
|10||256||Rohan Kanhai||West Indies||NR||1||India||31 December 1958||Won|
|11||103||Basil Butcher||West Indies||NR||1||India||31 December 1958||Won|
|12||106*||Garry Sobers||West Indies||NR||1||India||31 December 1958||Won|
|13||113||Norm O'Neill||Australia||NR||2||India||23 January 1960||Drawn|
|14||107||Colin Cowdrey||England||NR||2||India||29 January 1964||Drawn|
|15||129||Motganhalli Jaisimha||India||NR||3||England||29 January 1964||Drawn|
|16||151*||Bert Sutcliffe||New Zealand||NR||1||India||5 March 1965||Drawn|
|17||105||Bruce Taylor||New Zealand||NR||1||India||5 March 1965||Drawn|
|18||153||Nawab of Pataudi||India||NR||2||New Zealand||5 March 1965||Drawn|
|19||100||Roy Fredericks||West Indies||NR||2||India||27 December 1974||Lost|
|20||139||Gundappa Viswanath||India||263||3||West Indies||27 December 1974||Won|
|21||103||Tony Greig||England||347||2||India||1 January 1977||Won|
|22||107||Sunil Gavaskar (1/2)||India||NR||1||West Indies||29 December 1978||Drawn|
|23||111||Basil Williams||West Indies||NR||2||India||29 December 1978||Drawn|
|24||182*||Sunil Gavaskar (2/2)||India||NR||3||West Indies||29 December 1978||Drawn|
|25||157*||Dilip Vengsarkar (1/2)||India||NR||3||West Indies||29 December 1978||Drawn|
|26||167||Graham Yallop||Australia||392||1||India||26 October 1979||Drawn|
|27||161*||Clive Lloyd||West Indies||290||2||India||10 December 1983||Won|
|28||110||Mohammad Azharuddin (1/5)||India||322||1||England||31 December 1984||Drawn|
|29||111||Ravi Shastri||India||357||1||England||31 December 1984||Drawn|
|30||141||Mohammad Azharuddin (2/5)||India||NR||1||Pakistan||11 February 1987||Drawn|
|31||141||Gordon Greenidge||West Indies||265||1||India||26 December 1987||Drawn|
|32||101||Gus Logie||West Indies||136||1||India||26 December 1987||Drawn|
|33||100*||Carl Hooper||West Indies||171||1||India||26 December 1987||Drawn|
|34||102*||Dilip Vengsarkar (2/2)||India||266||2||West Indies||26 December 1987||Drawn|
|35||182||Mohammad Azharuddin (3/5)||India||197||1||England||29 January 1993||Won|
|36||146||Andrew Hudson||South Africa||244||1||India||27 November 1996||Won|
|37||102||Gary Kirsten (1/2)||South Africa||170||1||India||27 November 1996||Won|
|38||109||Mohammad Azharuddin (4/5)||India||77||2||South Africa||27 November 1996||Lost|
|39||133||Gary Kirsten (2/2)||South Africa||196||3||India||27 November 1996||Won|
|40||153*||Daryll Cullinan||South Africa||261||3||India||27 November 1996||Won|
|41||163*||Mohammad Azharuddin (5/5)||India||246||2||Australia||18 March 1998||Won|
|42||188*||Saeed Anwar||Pakistan||259||3||India||16 February 1999||Won|
|43||110||Steve Waugh||Australia||203||1||India||11 March 2001||Lost|
|44||281||VVS Laxman (1/5)||India||452||3||Australia||11 March 2001||Won|
|45||180||Rahul Dravid (1/4)||India||353||3||Australia||11 March 2001||Won|
|46||100||Wavell Hinds||West Indies||200||2||India||30 October 2002||Drawn|
|47||140||Shivnarine Chanderpaul||West Indies||258||2||India||30 October 2002||Drawn|
|48||104||Marlon Samuels||West Indies||182||2||India||30 October 2002||Drawn|
|49||176||Sachin Tendulkar (1/2)||India||298||3||West Indies||30 October 2002||Drawn|
|50||154*||VVS Laxman (2/5)||India||396||3||West Indies||30 October 2002||Drawn|
|51||121||Jacques Kallis||South Africa||259||1||India||28 November 2004||Lost|
|52||110||Rahul Dravid (2/4)||India||222||1||Pakistan||16 March 2005||Won|
|53||147||Younis Khan (1/2)||Pakistan||258||2||India||16 March 2005||Lost|
|54||104||Mohammad Yousuf||Pakistan||179||2||India||16 March 2005||Lost|
|55||135||Rahul Dravid (3/4)||India||283||3||Pakistan||16 March 2005||Won|
|56||202||Wasim Jaffer||India||274||1||Pakistan||30 November 2007||Drawn|
|57||102||Sourav Ganguly||India||156||1||Pakistan||30 November 2007||Drawn|
|58||112*||VVS Laxman (3/5)||India||178||1||Pakistan||30 November 2007||Drawn|
|59||161*||Misbah-ul-Haq||Pakistan||351||2||India||30 November 2007||Drawn|
|60||119||Kamran Akmal||Pakistan||210||2||India||30 November 2007||Drawn|
|61||107*||Younis Khan (2/2)||Pakistan||182||4||India||30 November 2007||Drawn|
|62||100||Alviro Petersen||South Africa||164||1||India||14 February 2010||Lost|
|63||114||Hashim Amla (1/2)||South Africa||166||1||India||14 February 2010||Lost|
|64||165||Virender Sehwag||India||174||2||South Africa||14 February 2010||Won|
|65||106||Sachin Tendulkar (2/2)||India||206||2||South Africa||14 February 2010||Won|
|66||143*||VVS Laxman (4/5)||India||260||2||South Africa||14 February 2010||Won|
|67||132*||MS Dhoni (1/2)||India||187||2||South Africa||14 February 2010||Won|
|68||123*||Hashim Amla (2/2)||South Africa||394||3||India||14 February 2010||Lost|
|69||119||Rahul Dravid (4/4)||India||207||1||West Indies||14 November 2011||Won|
|70||176*||VVS Laxman (5/5)||India||280||1||West Indies||14 November 2011||Won|
|71||144||MS Dhoni (2/2)||India||175||1||West Indies||14 November 2011||Won|
|72||136||Darren Bravo||West Indies||230||3||India||14 November 2011||Lost|
|73||190||Alastair Cook||England||377||2||India||5 December 2012||Won|
|74||177||Rohit Sharma||India||301||2||West Indies||6 November 2013||Won|
|75||124||Ravichandran Ashwin||India||210||2||West Indies||6 November 2013||Won|
|76||104*||Virat Kohli||India||119||3||Sri Lanka||16 November 2017||Drawn|
One Day International centuries
The following table summarises the One Day International centuries scored at Eden Gardens.
|1||123||Kris Srikkanth||India||103||1||Pakistan||18 February 1987||Lost|
|2||107*||Desmond Haynes||West Indies||137||1||Pakistan||1 November 1989||Lost|
|3||100*||Sachin Tendulkar||India||103||2||Kenya||31 May 1998||Won|
|4||121||Marcus Trescothick||England||109||2||India||19 January 2002||Lost|
|5||108*||Salman Butt||Pakistan||130||2||India||13 November 2004||Won|
|6||134*||Graeme Smith||South Africa||124||2||India||25 November 2005||Won|
|7||118||Upul Tharanga||Sri Lanka||128||1||India||24 December 2009||Lost|
|8||150*||Gautam Gambhir||India||137||2||Sri Lanka||24 December 2009||Won|
|9||107||Virat Kohli||India||114||2||Sri Lanka||24 December 2009||Won|
|10||106||Ryan ten Doeschate||Netherlands||108||1||Ireland||18 March 2011||Lost|
|11||101||Paul Stirling||Ireland||72||2||Netherlands||18 March 2011||Won|
|12||106||Nasir Jamshed||Pakistan||124||1||India||3 January 2013||Won|
|13||264||Rohit Sharma||India||173||1||Sri Lanka||13 November 2014||Won|
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- "Statsguru: Test matches / Batting records / Innings by innings list / Match result : Drawn". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 24 August 2011.
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