List of international cricket centuries at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium
Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium have been hosted eight Tests since 1993 and the first was played between Pakistan and Zimbabwe. 21 One Day Internationals (ODIs) have been hosted, the first was in 1992 between Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Michael Slater became the first man to score a Test century at the ground, scoring 110 against Pakistan in 1994. The score of 270 by Rahul Dravid of India is the highest at the ground. Overall, 17 Test centuries have been scored at the ground.
Twelve ODI centuries have been scored at the ground, and the first by Inzamam-ul-Haq who scored 117 against Sri Lanka in 1992. The highest score at the ground is unbeaten 188 made by Gary Kirsten against UAE in 1996, which was the highest ODI score at World Cups, until 200 mark was passed in 2015 World Cup.
- * 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 Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium.
- The column title Date refers to the date the match started.
- The column title Result refers to whether the player's team won
- The following table summarises the Test centuries scored at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium.
|1||110||Michael Slater (1/2)||Australia||155||1||Pakistan||5 October 1994||Drawn|
|2||237||Saleem Malik||Pakistan||328||3||Australia||5 October 1994||Drawn|
|3||149||Saeed Anwar (1/2)||Pakistan||214||2||New Zealand||28 November 1996||Won|
|4||125||Ijaz Ahmed||Pakistan||198||2||New Zealand||28 November 1996||Won|
|5||115||Ali Naqvi||Pakistan||270||1||South Africa||6 October 1997||Drawn|
|6||128*||Azhar Mahmood||Pakistan||267||1||South Africa||6 October 1997||Won|
|7||160||Aamer Sohail||Pakistan||297||2||West Indies||29 November 1997||Won|
|8||177||Inzamam-ul-Haq||Pakistan||320||2||West Indies||29 November 1997||Won|
|9||145||Saeed Anwar (2/2)||Pakistan||275||1||Australia||1 October 1998||Lost|
|10||108||Michael Slater (2/2)||Australia||238||2||Pakistan||1 October 1998||Won|
|11||157||Steve Waugh||Australia||325||2||Pakistan||1 October 1998||Won|
|12||112||Aravinda de Silva||Sri Lanka||276||2||Pakistan||26 February 2000||Won|
|13||107||Younis Khan||Pakistan||250||3||Sri Lanka||26 February 2000||Lost|
|14||270||Rahul Dravid||India||495||2||Pakistan||13 April 2004||Won|
|15||102*||Dhananjaya de Silva||Sri Lanka||266||1||Pakistan||11 December 2019||Drawn|
|16||109*||Abid Ali||Pakistan||201||2||Sri Lanka||11 December 2019||Drawn|
|17||102*||Babar Azam (1/2)||Pakistan||128||2||Sri Lanka||11 December 2019||Drawn|
|18||100||Shan Masood||Pakistan||160||2||Bangladesh||7 January 2020||Won|
|19||143||Babar Azam (2/2)||Pakistan||193||2||Bangladesh||7 January 2020||Won|
One Day International centuries
- The following table summarises the ODI centuries scored at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium.
|1||117||Inzamam-ul-Haq||Pakistan||103||1||Sri Lanka||19 January 1992||Won|
|2||102||Saleem Malik||Pakistan||108||1||Sri Lanka||19 January 1992||Won|
|3||110||Ijaz Ahmed (1/2)||Pakistan||110||1||South Africa||20 October 1994||Won|
|4||121*||Mark Waugh||Australia||134||1||Pakistan||22 October 1994||Lost|
|5||104*||Saeed Anwar||Pakistan||119||2||Australia||22 October 1994||Won|
|6||188*||Gary Kirsten||South Africa||159||1||United Arab Emirates||16 February 1996||Won|
|7||188*||Andrew Hudson||South Africa||161||1||Netherlands||5 March 1996||Won|
|8||132||Ijaz Ahmed (2/2)||Pakistan||103||1||Zimbabwe||24 November 1998||Won|
|9||105||Craig McMillan||New Zealand||116||1||Pakistan||24 April 2002||Lost|
|10||127*||Yasir Hameed||Pakistan||154||1||New Zealand||7 December 2003||Won|
|11||107||Imran Farhat||Pakistan||112||1||New Zealand||7 December 2003||Won|
|12||141||Sachin Tendulkar||India||135||2||Pakistan||16 March 2004||Lost|
|13||112||Brendan Taylor||Zimbabwe||117||2||Pakistan||30 October 2020||Lost|
|14||118*||Sean Williams||Zimbabwe||135||1||Pakistan||3 November 2020||Tied|
|15||125||Babar Azam||Pakistan||125||2||Zimbabwe||3 November 2020||Tied|
- "Records / Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium / Test matches / Match results". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 29 December 2016.
- "Records / Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium / One-Day Internationals / Match results". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 29 December 2016.
- "Statistics / Statsguru / Test matches / Batting records". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 29 December 2016.
- "Statistics / Statsguru / One-Day Internationals / Batting records". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 27 December 2016.
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