List of international cricket centuries at the Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium
The Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, formerly known as the Mirpur Stadium due its location in the city's locality of Mirpur, is a sports ground in Dhaka, Bangladesh that has hosted international cricket matches along with provincial games. It is named after AK Fazlul Huq, one of the renowned leaders among the natives who was accorded the title Sher-e-Bangla ("tiger of Bengal"). The venue was taken over by the Bangladesh Cricket Board in 2004, replacing the Bangabandhu National Stadium as the home of both the men's and women's national teams. It has a capacity of 25,000 spectators for international matches. The first Test at this venue took place in 2007, between Bangladesh and India, and the first One Day International (ODI) match was held between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe in 2006.
The first Test century at the venue was scored by Indian batsman Dinesh Karthik against Bangladesh in 2007. The ground has witnessed four double centuries. The highest Test score of 319 at the venue was scored by Pakistani Azhar Ali against Bangladesh in 2015.
The first ODI century was scored by Indian opener Gautam Gambhir in 2001 against Bangladesh. The highest ODI score at the ground is unbeaten 185 scored by Austrtalian Shane Watson against Bangladesh on 2011. Single Twenty20 International century has been achieved at the venue, which was scored by Pakistani Ahmed Shehzad against Bangladesh in 2014.
|*||denotes that the batsman was not out.|
|Inngs.||the number of the innings in the match.|
|Balls||denotes the number of balls faced in an innings.|
|(X/X)||Parentheses next to the player's score denotes his century number at the venue|
|Date||refers to the date the match started.|
|Result||refers to whether the player's team won, lost  or if match was drawn |
The following table summarises the Test centuries scored at the Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium.
|1||129||Dinesh Karthik||India||212||1||Bangladesh||25 May 2007||Won|
|2||138*||Wasim Jaffer||India||229||1||Bangladesh||25 May 2007||Won|
|3||129||Rahul Dravid (1/2)||India||176||1||Bangladesh||25 May 2007||Won|
|4||122*||Sachin Tendulkar (1/2)||India||226||1||Bangladesh||25 May 2007||Won|
|5||166||Mahela Jayawardene (1/2)||Sri Lanka||269||3||Bangladesh||26 December 2008||Won|
|6||101||Mohammad Ashraful||Bangladesh||193||4||Sri Lanka||26 December 2008||Lost|
|7||111*||Rahul Dravid (2/2)||India||188||2||Bangladesh||24 January 2010||Won|
|8||143||Sachin Tendulkar (2/2)||India||182||2||Bangladesh||24 January 2010||Won|
|9||151||Tamim Iqbal (1/2)||Bangladesh||183||3||India||24 January 2010||Lost|
|10||138||Ian Bell||England||262||2||Bangladesh||20 March 2010||Won|
|11||109*||Alastair Cook||England||156||4||Bangladesh||20 March 2010||Won|
|12||121||Kirk Edwards||West Indies||273||1||Bangladesh||29 October 2011||Won|
|13||195||Darren Bravo||West Indies||297||3||Bangladesh||29 October 2011||Won|
|14||144||Shakib Al Hasan||Bangladesh||242||1||Pakistan||17 December 2011||Lost|
|15||130||Taufeeq Umar||Pakistan||256||2||Bangladesh||17 December 2011||Won|
|16||117||Kieran Powell (1/2)||West Indies||178||1||Bangladesh||13 November 2012||Won|
|17||203*||Shivnarine Chanderpaul||West Indies||372||1||Bangladesh||13 November 2012||Won|
|18||126*||Denesh Ramdin||West Indies||236||1||Bangladesh||13 November 2012||Won|
|19||108||Naeem Islam||Bangladesh||255||2||West Indies||13 November 2012||Lost|
|20||110||Kieran Powell (2/2)||West Indies||197||3||Bangladesh||13 November 2012||Won|
|21||116||Corey Anderson||New Zealand||173||2||Bangladesh||21 October 2013||Drawn|
|22||126*||Mominul Haque (1/3)||Bangladesh||225||3||New Zealand||21 October 2013||Drawn|
|23||139||Kaushal Silva||Sri Lanka||244||2||Bangladesh||27 January 2014||Won|
|24||203*||Mahela Jayawardene (2/2)||Sri Lanka||272||2||Bangladesh||27 January 2014||Won|
|25||103*||Kithuruwan Vithanage||Sri Lanka||104||2||Bangladesh||27 January 2014||Won|
|26||226||Azhar Ali||Pakistan||428||1||Bangladesh||6 May 2015||Won|
|27||148||Younis Khan||Pakistan||195||1||Bangladesh||6 May 2015||Won|
|28||107||Asad Shafiq||Pakistan||167||1||Bangladesh||6 May 2015||Won|
|29||104||Tamim Iqbal (2/2)||Bangladesh||147||1||England||28 October 2016||Won|
|30||112||David Warner||Australia||135||2||Bangladesh||25 August 2017||Lost|
|31||161||Mominul Haque (2/3)||Bangladesh||247||1||Zimbabwe||11 November 2018||Won|
|32||219*||Mushfiqur Rahim (1/2)||Bangladesh||421||1||Zimbabwe||11 November 2018||Won|
|33||110||Brendan Taylor (1/2)||Zimbabwe||194||2||Bangladesh||11 November 2018||Lost|
|34||101*||Mahmudullah (1/2)||Bangladesh||122||3||Zimbabwe||11 November 2018||Won|
|35||106*||Brendan Taylor (2/2)||Zimbabwe||167||4||Bangladesh||11 November 2018||Lost|
|36||136*||Mahmudullah (2/2)||Bangladesh||242||1||West Indies||30 November 2018||Won|
|37||107||Craig Ervine||Zimbabwe||227||1||Bangladesh||22 February 2020||Lost|
|38||132||Mominul Haque (3/3)||Bangladesh||234||2||Zimbabwe||22 February 2020||Won|
|39||203*||Mushfiqur Rahim (2/2)||Bangladesh||318||2||Zimbabwe||22 February 2020||Won|
One Day International centuries
The following table summarises the One Day International centuries scored at the Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium.
|1||101||Gautam Gambhir (1/3)||India||113||1||Bangladesh||12 May 2007||Won|
|2||129||Tamim Iqbal (1/5)||Bangladesh||136||1||Ireland||22 March 2008||Won|
|3||107*||Gautam Gambhir (2/3)||India||101||2||Bangladesh||12 June 2008||Won|
|4||129*||Salman Butt||Pakistan||136||1||India||14 June 2008||Won|
|5||108||Younis Khan||Pakistan||99||1||India||14 June 2008||Won|
|6||105*||Shakib Al Hasan (1/2)||Bangladesh||69||2||Zimbabwe||29 October 2009||Won|
|7||104||Tillakaratne Dilshan||Sri Lanka||122||2||Bangladesh||4 January 2010||Won|
|8||105*||Thilan Samaraweera||Sri Lanka||106||2||India||5 January 2010||Won|
|9||101*||MS Dhoni||India||107||2||Bangladesh||7 January 2010||Won|
|10||118*||Upul Tharanga||Sri Lanka||126||2||Bangladesh||8 January 2010||Won|
|11||108||Mahela Jayawardene||Sri Lanka||117||2||Bangladesh||8 January 2010||Won|
|12||102*||Virat Kohli (1/4)||India||95||2||Bangladesh||11 January 2010||Won|
|13||106||Suresh Raina||India||115||1||Sri Lanka||13 January 2010||Lost|
|14||125||Tamim Iqbal (2/5)||Bangladesh||120||1||England||28 February 2010||Lost|
|15||110*||Eoin Morgan||England||104||2||Bangladesh||2 March 2010||Won|
|16||106||Shakib Al Hasan (2/2)||Bangladesh||113||1||New Zealand||14 October 2010||Won|
|17||108||Kane Williamson||New Zealand||132||2||Bangladesh||14 October 2010||Lost|
|18||175||Virender Sehwag||India||140||1||Bangladesh||19 February 2011||Won|
|19||100*||Virat Kohli (2/4)||India||83||1||Bangladesh||19 February 2011||Won|
|20||101||Michael Clarke||Australia||111||1||Bangladesh||9 April 2011||Won|
|21||185*||Shane Watson||Australia||96||2||Bangladesh||11 April 2011||Won|
|22||108||Michael Hussey||Australia||91||1||Bangladesh||13 April 2011||Won|
|23||122||Lendl Simmons||West Indies||124||1||Bangladesh||13 October 2011||Won|
|24||100||Nasir Hossain||Bangladesh||134||2||Pakistan||3 December 2011||Lost|
|25||100||Gautam Gambhir (3/3)||India||118||1||Sri Lanka||13 March 2012||Won|
|26||108||Virat Kohli (3/4)||India||120||1||Sri Lanka||13 March 2012||Won|
|27||114||Sachin Tendulkar||India||140||1||Bangladesh||16 March 2012||Lost|
|28||105||Mohammad Hafeez||Pakistan||113||1||India||18 March 2012||Lost|
|29||112||Nasir Jamshed||Pakistan||104||1||India||18 March 2012||Lost|
|30||183||Virat Kohli (4/4)||India||148||2||Pakistan||18 March 2012||Won|
|31||126||Marlon Samuels||West Indies||149||2||Bangladesh||5 December 2012||Won|
|32||128||Kumar Sangakkara||Sri Lanka||115||1||Bangladesh||20 February 2014||Won|
|33||106||Kusal Perera||Sri Lanka||124||2||Bangladesh||22 February 2014||Won|
|34||100||Anamul Haque||Bangladesh||132||1||Pakistan||4 March 2014||Lost|
|35||103||Ahmed Shehzad||Pakistan||123||2||Bangladesh||4 March 2014||Won|
|36||114*||Fawad Alam||Pakistan||134||1||Sri Lanka||8 March 2014||Lost|
|37||101||Lahiru Thirimanne||Sri Lanka||108||2||Pakistan||8 March 2014||Won|
|38||132||Tamim Iqbal (3/5)||Bangladesh||135||1||Pakistan||17 April 2015||Won|
|39||106||Mushfiqur Rahim (2/2)||Bangladesh||77||1||Pakistan||17 April 2015||Won|
|40||116*||Tamim Iqbal (4/5)||Bangladesh||116||2||Pakistan||19 April 2015||Won|
|41||101||Azhar Ali||Pakistan||112||1||Bangladesh||22 April 2015||Lost|
|42||127*||Soumya Sarkar||Bangladesh||110||2||Pakistan||22 April 2015||Won|
|43||107||Mushfiqur Rahim (2/2)||Bangladesh||109||1||Zimbabwe||7 November 2015||Won|
|44||118||Tamim Iqbal (5/5)||Bangladesh||118||1||Afghanistan||1 October 2016||Won|
|45||101||Ben Stokes||England||100||1||Bangladesh||7 October 2016||Won|
|46||112||Imrul Kayes (1/2)||Bangladesh||119||2||England||7 October 2016||Lost|
|47||144||Imrul Kayes (2/2)||Bangladesh||140||1||Zimbabwe||21 October 2018||Won|
|48||146*||Shai Hope||West Indies||144||2||Bangladesh||11 December 2018||Won|
Twenty20 International centuries
The following table summarises the Twenty20 International centuries scored at the Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium.
|1||111*||Ahmed Shehzad||Pakistan||62||1||Bangladesh||30 March 2014||Won|
Youth Test International centuries
The following table summarises the Youth Test International centuries scored at the Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium.
|1||114||Minod Bhanuka||Sri Lanka||159||1||Bangladesh||10 April 2013||Drawn|
|2||107||Mosaddek Hossain||Bangladesh||229||2||Sri Lanka||10 April 2013||Drawn|
|3||105||Mehedi Hasan||Bangladesh||171||2||Sri Lanka||10 April 2013||Drawn|
Youth ODI International centuries
The following table summarises the Youth Test International centuries scored at the Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium.
|1||102||Amit Majumder||Bangladesh||127||2||Bangladesh||9 May 2009||Won|
|2||111||Nuwanidu Fernando||Sri Lanka||129||1||Afghanistan||5 October 2018||Won|
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