List of international cricket centuries at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium
The M. Chinnaswamy Stadium is a cricket ground in Bangalore, India. It is the home of the Karnataka State Cricket Association and is a Test, One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) venue. It has a capacity of 36,000 spectators. The ground has hosted 21 Test matches, the first in 1974 when India played the West Indies. It has also staged 24 ODI matches, the first of which was in 1982 when India faced Sri Lanka. One T20I has been played at the ground between India and Pakistan in 2012. Of the 24 ODIs played at the stadium, seven have been World Cup matches, with the stadium playing host to at least one match whenever the World Cup has been played in India.
Three centuries were scored in the ground's first Test match, all by West Indian batsmen, with Alvin Kallicharran becoming the first Test centurion at the venue. The record for the highest individual Test score at the ground is held by Pakistan's Younis Khan who made 267 against India in 2005. The highest Test score at the ground by an Indian batsman is 239 by Sourav Ganguly in 2007 against Pakistan, which is also his personal-best Test score.
The first ODI century at the ground came in the ground's maiden ODI in 1982, with Sri Lankan batsman Roy Dias making 121 against India in a losing cause. Rohit Sharma holds the record for the highest ODI score at the ground with 209 from 158 balls which he made against Australia in 2013. The ground has also witnessed the fastest World Cup century which came off 50 balls by Ireland's Kevin O'Brien against England during the 2011 World Cup.
As of November 2015, a total of 30 Test centuries and 13 ODI centuries have been made on the ground. Former India batsman Sachin Tendulkar, who has scored four international centuries at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, holds the record for most centuries at the venue.
The following table summarises the Test centuries scored at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium.
|1||124||Alvin Kallicharran||West Indies||NR||1||India||22 November 1974||Won|
|2||107||Gordon Greenidge||West Indies||207||3||India||22 November 1974||Won|
|3||163||Clive Lloyd||West Indies||149||3||India||22 November 1974||Won|
|4||112||Dilip Vengsarkar||India||283||2||Australia||19 September 1979||Drawn|
|5||161*||Gundappa Viswanath||India||297||2||Australia||19 September 1979||Drawn|
|6||126||Mudassar Nazar||Pakistan||337||1||India||21 November 1979||Drawn|
|7||172||Sunil Gavaskar (1/2)||India||472||2||England||9 December 1981||Drawn|
|8||103||Sunil Gavaskar (2/2)||India||185||3||Pakistan||14 September 1983||Drawn|
|9||116||Navjot Singh Sidhu||India||195||1||New Zealand||12 November 1988||Won|
|10||108||Mohammad Azharuddin (1/2)||India||217||1||Sri Lanka||26 January 1994||Won|
|11||177||Sachin Tendulkar (1/2)||India||207||1||Australia||28 March 1998||Lost|
|12||153*||Mark Waugh||Australia||267||2||India||28 March 1998||Won|
|13||102*||Mark Taylor||Australia||193||4||India||28 March 1998||Won|
|14||102||Mohammad Azharuddin (2/2)||India||170||3||South Africa||2 March 2000||Lost|
|15||151||Michael Clarke||Australia||248||1||India||6 October 2004||Won|
|16||104||Adam Gilchrist||Australia||109||1||India||6 October 2004||Won|
|17||267||Younis Khan||Pakistan||504||1||India||24 March 2005||Won|
|18||184||Inzamam-ul-Haq||Pakistan||264||1||India||24 March 2005||Won|
|19||201||Virender Sehwag||India||262||2||Pakistan||24 March 2005||Lost|
|20||239||Sourav Ganguly||India||361||1||Pakistan||8 December 2007||Drawn|
|21||169||Yuvraj Singh||India||203||1||Pakistan||8 December 2007||Drawn|
|22||102||Irfan Pathan||India||133||1||Pakistan||8 December 2007||Drawn|
|23||133*||Misbah-ul-Haq||Pakistan||322||2||India||8 December 2007||Drawn|
|24||123||Ricky Ponting||Australia||243||1||India||9 October 2008||Drawn|
|25||146||Mike Hussey||Australia||276||1||India||9 October 2008||Drawn|
|26||128||Marcus North||Australia||240||1||India||9 October 2010||Lost|
|27||139||Murali Vijay||India||310||2||Australia||9 October 2010||Won|
|28||214||Sachin Tendulkar (2/2)||India||363||2||Australia||9 October 2010||Won|
|29||113||Ross Taylor||New Zealand||127||1||India||31 August 2012||Lost|
|30||103||Virat Kohli||India||193||2||New Zealand||31 August 2012||Won|
|31||107||Shikhar Dhawan||India||96||1||Afghanistan||14 June 2018||Won|
|31||105||Murali Vijay||India||153||1||Afghanistan||14 June 2018||Won|
One Day International centuries
The following table summarises the One Day International centuries scored at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium.
|1||121||Roy Dias||Sri Lanka||144||1||India||26 September 1982||Lost|
|2||105||Mark Taylor||Australia||144||1||India||21 October 1996||Lost|
|3||117||Sachin Tendulkar (1/2)||India||137||2||New Zealand||14 May 1997||Won|
|4||111||Adam Gilchrist||Australia||104||1||India||12 November 2003||Won|
|5||108*||Ricky Ponting||Australia||103||1||India||12 November 2003||Won|
|6||130||Shaun Pollock||Africa XI||110||2||Asia XI||6 June 2007||Lost|
|7||130||Michael Clarke||Australia||132||1||India||29 September 2007||No result|
|8||123*||Yusuf Pathan||India||96||2||New Zealand||7 December 2010||Won|
|9||120||Sachin Tendulkar (2/2)||India||115||1||England||27 February 2011||Tied|
|10||158||Andrew Strauss||England||145||2||India||27 February 2011||Tied|
|11||113||Kevin O'Brien||Ireland||63||2||England||2 March 2011||Won|
|12||209||Rohit Sharma||India||158||1||Australia||2 November 2013||Won|
|13||116||James Faulkner||Australia||73||2||India||2 November 2013||Lost|
|14||124||David Warner||Australia||119||1||India||28 September 2017||Won|
- "Statistics / Statsguru / Test matches / Batting records". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 20 November 2015.
- "Statistics / Statsguru / One-Day Internationals / Batting records". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 20 November 2015.
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