List of international cricket centuries at Rose Bowl
The Rose Bowl is a sports ground in West End, Hampshire, England, with a capacity of 20,000. The ground has hosted four Test matches since 2003 when England played Sri Lanka for the first time. 31 One Day Internationals (ODIs) have been hosted, where the first of which was in 2003 when South Africa played Zimbabwe.
The first Twenty20 International was held between England and Australia in 2005. Only five T20Is have been held.
England opener Ian Bell became the first man to score a Test century at Rose Bowl when he made 119* against Sri Lanka in 2011. As of August 2020, he is the only batsman to have scored two centuries at the ground when he scored 167 against India in 2014, which remained as the highest score at the ground until it was broken by Zak Crawley's 267 against Pakistan in 2020. Overall, 8 Test centuries have been scored at the ground.
Twenty-three ODI centuries have been scored at Rose Bowl, and the first was by English batsman Andrew Flintoff who scored 104 from 91 deliveries against Sri Lanka in 2004. Kiwi opener Martin Guptill scored unbeaten 189 against England in 2013, which stands as the highest score achieved at the ground.
The venue hosted what was then the highest individual T20I score of all time, when Aussie opener Aaron Finch scored brutal 156 off 63 deliveries against hosts England in 2013.
- * 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 Rose Bowl.
- 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 Rose Bowl.
|1||119*||Ian Bell (1/2)||England||169||2||Sri Lanka||16 June 2011||Drawn|
|2||119||Kumar Sangakkara||Sri Lanka||249||3||England||16 June 2011||Drawn|
|3||156||Gary Ballance||England||288||1||India||27 July 2014||Won|
|4||167||Ian Bell (2/2)||England||256||1||India||27 July 2014||Won|
|5||132*||Cheteshwar Pujara||India||214||2||England||30 August 2018||Lost|
|6||267||Zak Crawley||England||393||1||Pakistan||21 August 2020||Drawn|
|7||152||Jos Buttler||England||311||1||Pakistan||21 August 2020||Drawn|
|8||141*||Azhar Ali||Pakistan||272||2||England||21 August 2020||Drawn|
One Day International centuries
The following table summarises the One Day International centuries scored at Rose Bowl.
|1||105*||Andrew Flintoff||England||91||1||Sri Lanka||4 July 2002||Won|
|2||101||Younis Khan||Pakistan||109||1||England||5 September 2006||Won|
|3||102||Alastair Cook||England||126||1||India||21 August 2007||Won|
|4||126*||Ian Bell (1/2)||England||118||1||India||21 August 2007||Won|
|5||105||Cameron White||Australia||124||2||England||9 September 2009||Won|
|6||103*||Eoin Morgan (1/3)||England||85||2||Australia||22 June 2010||Won|
|7||107*||Eoin Morgan (2/3)||England||101||1||Pakistan||22 September 2010||Won|
|8||126||Ian Bell (2/2)||England||117||1||West Indies||16 June 2012||Won|
|9||150||Hashim Amla||South Africa||124||1||England||28 August 2012||Won|
|10||189*||Martin Guptill||New Zealand||155||1||England||2 June 2013||Won|
|11||109*||Jonathan Trott||England||104||2||New Zealand||2 June 2013||Lost|
|12||143||Shane Watson||Australia||107||1||England||16 September 2013||Won|
|13||118||Kane Williamson||New Zealand||113||2||England||14 June 2015||Won|
|14||110||Ross Taylor||New Zealand||123||2||England||14 June 2015||Won|
|15||101||Ben Stokes||England||79||1||South Africa||27 May 2017||Won|
|16||141||Jonny Bairstow||England||114||2||West Indies||29 September 2017||Won|
|17||110*||Jos Buttler||England||55||1||Pakistan||11 May 2019||Won|
|18||138||Fakhar Zaman||Pakistan||106||2||England||11 May 2019||Lost|
|19||122*||Rohit Sharma||India||144||2||South Africa||5 June 2019||Won|
|20||100*||Joe Root||England||94||2||West Indies||14 June 2019||Won|
|21||106||Eoin Morgan (3/3)||England||84||1||Ireland||4 August 2020||Lost|
|22||142||Paul Stirling||Ireland||128||2||England||4 August 2020||Won|
|23||113||Andrew Balbirnie||Ireland||112||2||England||4 August 2020||Won|
Twenty20 International centuries
The following table summarises the Twenty20 International centuries scored at Rose Bowl.
|1||156||Aaron Finch||Australia||63||1||England||29 August 2013||Won|
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