List of international cricket centuries at the Bangabandhu National Stadium
Bangabandhu National Stadium, (Bengali: বঙ্গবন্ধু জাতীয় স্টেডিয়াম) also known as Dhaka Stadium, and formerly known as Dacca Stadium, is the national stadium and a multipurpose sports arena in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It became a Test cricket venue on 1 January 1955 when it hosted a Test match between Pakistan and India. It staged the opening ceremony of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011. It has seating capacity of over 55,000 & is the largest stadium of the country. Since 1 March 2005, the stadium has not hosted any cricket match, and is now used exclusively for football. There have been 18 Test centuries scored at the ground, and 22 in One Day Internationals.
- * 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 Bangabandhu National Stadium.
- 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 the match was drawn
The following table summarises the Test centuries scored at the Bangabandhu National Stadium.
|1||103||Hanif Mohammad (1/3)||Pakistan||NR||2||New Zealand||7 November 1955||Drawn|
|2||111||Hanif Mohammad (2/3)||Pakistan||NR||1||England||19 January 1962||Drawn|
|3||140||Javed Burki||Pakistan||NR||1||England||19 January 1962||Drawn|
|4||165||Geoff Pullar||England||NR||2||Pakistan||19 January 1962||Drawn|
|5||104||Hanif Mohammad (3/3)||Pakistan||NR||3||England||19 January 1962||Drawn|
|6||114*||Basil D'Oliveira||England||NR||2||Pakistan||28 February 1969||Drawn|
|7||110||Glenn Turner||New Zealand||NR||1||Pakistan||8 November 1969||Drawn|
|8||119*||Mark Burgess||New Zealand||NR||3||Pakistan||8 November 1969||Drawn|
|9||211||Ijaz Ahmed||Pakistan||372||2||Sri Lanka||12 March 1999||Won|
|10||200*||Inzamam-ul-Haq||Pakistan||397||2||Sri Lanka||12 March 1999||Won|
|11||145||Aminul Islam||Bangladesh||380||1||India||10 November 2000||Lost|
|12||134||Abdul Razzaq||Pakistan||235||2||Bangladesh||9 January 2002||Won|
|13||119||Ramnaresh Sarwan||West Indies||228||2||Bangladesh||8 December 2002||Won|
|14||113||Marcus Trescothick||England||194||2||Bangladesh||21 October 2003||Won|
|15||143||Brendon McCullum||New Zealand||243||2||Bangladesh||19 October 2004||Won|
|16||248*||Sachin Tendulkar||India||379||1||Bangladesh||10 December 2004||Won|
|17||153||Tatenda Taibu||Zimbabwe||292||3||Bangladesh||14 January 2005||Drawn|
|18||121||Nafees Iqbal||Bangladesh||355||4||Zimbabwe||14 January 2005||Drawn|
One Day International centuries
The following table summarises the ODI centuries scored at the Bangabandhu National Stadium.
|1||100||Mohammad Azharuddin||India||111||1||Pakistan||11 January 1998||Won|
|2||140||Saeed Anwar||Pakistan||132||1||India||18 January 1998||Lost|
|3||117||Ijaz Ahmed||Pakistan||112||1||India||18 January 1998||Lost|
|4||124||Sourav Ganguly||India||138||2||Pakistan||18 January 1998||Won|
|5||100||Alistair Campbell||Zimbabwe||143||1||New Zealand||24 October 1998||Lost|
|6||141||Sachin Tendulkar||India||128||1||Australia||28 October 1998||Won|
|7||113*||Jacques Kallis||South Africa||100||1||Sri Lanka||30 October 1998||Won|
|8||103||Philo Wallace||West Indies||102||1||South Africa||1 November 1998||Lost|
|9||106*||Steve Tikolo||Kenya||111||2||Bangladesh||20 March 1999||Won|
|10||101||Neil Johnson||Zimbabwe||120||1||Kenya||23 March 1999||Won|
|11||120||Kennedy Otieno||Kenya||137||1||Bangladesh||24 March 1999||Won|
|12||101||Mehrab Hossain||Bangladesh||116||1||Zimbabwe||25 March 1999||Lost|
|13||140||Grant Flower||Zimbabwe||125||1||Kenya||27 March 1999||Won|
|14||117||Brian Lara||West Indies||62||1||Bangladesh||9 October 1999||Won|
|15||135*||Sourav Ganguly||India||124||1||Bangladesh||30 May 2000||Won|
|16||105||Sanath Jayasuriya||Sri Lanka||116||1||India||1 Jun 2000||Won|
|17||100*||Mohammad Yousuf||Pakistan||112||1||India||3 Jun 2000||Won|
|18||100||Marvan Atapattu||Sri Lanka||124||1||Pakistan||7 Jun 2000||Lost|
|19||121||Dion Ebrahim||Zimbabwe||140||1||Bangladesh||25 Nov 2001||Won|
|20||112*||Mohammad Yousuf||Pakistan||108||1||Bangladesh||24 Jan 2002||Won|
|21||102*||Ramnaresh Sarwan||West Indies||100||1||Bangladesh||2 Dec 2002||Won|
|22||102*||Yuvraj Singh||India||85||1||Bangladesh||11 April 2003||Won|
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