How many centuries of Rohit Sharma in ? Get full (updated) list

Current India cricket captain Rohit Sharma has 41 centuries in all three formats. The Rohit Sharma in the last century Against England, September 2, 2021.

Rohit Sharma, a skilled batsman and prolific run-scorer, was the perfect replacement for Sachin Tendulkar as the Indian cricket team’s Little Master. Virat Kohli is a well-known run machine, but Rohit Sharma is best known for his graceful batting.

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How many centuries has Rohit Sharma spent playing international cricket?

Format Matches Centuries
Take a test 43 8
ODI 227 29
T20I 112 4

Rohit Sharma has scored 41 international centuries in ODIs (T20Is) and Test cricket. Rohit Sharma’s century seems almost inevitable.

Although Rohit Sharma’s batting ability was unquestionable, he showed glimpses of his brilliance on the international stage. However, it took many experiments to find the right batting position. As has been the case with Kohli, MS Dhoni, Yuvraj Singh, and more,  Rohit Sharma found his perfect batting slot as an Indian team opener after years.

Rohit Sharma is on the list of ODI Centuries

Nr. Date Against Score Innings Place Result
1 28 May 2010 Zimbabwe 114 1 Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo Lost
2 30 May 2010 Sri Lanka 101* 2 Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo Won
3 16 October 2013 Australia 141* 2 Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur Won
4 2 November 2013. Australia 209 1 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru Won
5 13 November 2014 Sri Lanka 264 1 Eden Gardens, Kolkata Won
6 18 January 2015 Australia 138 1 Melbourne Cricket Ground Lost
7 19 March 2015 Bangladesh 137 1 Melbourne Cricket Ground Won
8 11 October 2015 South Africa 150 2 Kanpur, Green Park Lost
9 12 January 2016 Australia 171* 1 W.A.C.A Cricket Ground in Perth Lost
10 15 January 2016 Australia 124 1 Brisbane Cricket Ground Lost
11 15 June 2017 Bangladesh 123* 2 Birmingham, Edgbaston Won
12 27 August 2017 Sri Lanka 124* 2 Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy Won
13 31 August 2017 Sri Lanka 104 1 R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo Won
14 1 October 2017 Australia 125 2 Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur Won
15 29 October 2017 New Zealand 147 1 Gren Park, Kanpur Won
16 13 December 2017 Sri Lanka 208* 1 Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra, Mohal Won
17 13 February 2018 South Africa 115 1 St George’s Park, Port Elizabeth Won
18 12 July 2018 England 137* 2 Trent Bridge, Nottingham Won
19 23 September 2018 Pakistan 111* 2 Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai Won
20 21 October 2018 West Indies 152* 2 Barsapara Cricket Stadium, Guwahati Won
21 29 October 2018 West Indies 162 1 Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai Won
22 12 January 2019 Australia 133 2 Sydney Cricket Ground Lost
23 5 June 2019 South Africa 122* 2 The Rose Bowl, Southampton Won
24 16 June 2019 Pakistan 140 1 Old Trafford in Manchester Won
25 30 June 2019 England 102 2 Birmingham, Edgbaston Lost
26 2 July 2019 Bangladesh 104 1 Birmingham, Edgbaston Won
27 6 July 2019 Sri Lanka 103 2 Headingley, Leeds Won
28 18 December 2019 West Indies 159 1 Dr. Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA–VDCA Cricket Stadium, Vishakhapatnam Won
29 19 January 2020 Australia 119 2 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore Won

Rohit Sharma made his debut for India in ODI in 2007 against Ireland, but it wasn’t until 2010 that he achieved his maiden century in ODI. India was playing Zimbabwe in a triangular series at Bulawayo’s Queen Sports Club when Rohit Sharma had scored a 119-run knock coming in at no. 4. He followed that up with an unbeaten 101 against Sri Lanka two days later at the same venue.

While Rohit Sharma has become a household name over the years with his unique batting style, more popularly described as “lazy elegance” by the masses, during the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup, he evolved into a batting sensation. Rohit Sharma was a left-handed Shikhar Dawan’s opener for Team India and scored five centuries.

Rohit Sharma has recorded six centuries in the ODI World Cup. Five of these were in the 2019 World Cup edition. The Men in Blue won most of their World Cup matches in 2019 and went on to win the knockouts before India lost to New Zealand in the semi-finals.

Rohit Sharma’s favorite opponents in ODI cricket have been Australia and Sri Lanka. The batsman scored six and eight centuries, respectively, against these countries. These opponents have also been defeated by the three double centuries of Rohit Singh.

Rohit Sharma’s limited-overs cricket batting was a success until 2016, but it was in 2017 that Sharma proved he could score centuries for enjoyment. Rohit Sharma registered a whopping  18 ODI centuries across the three years, amassing 3813 runs. Rohit Sharma’s last ODI century came on January 19, 2020, against Australia at Bangalore’s M. Chinnaswamy Stadium.

List of centuries made by Rohit Sharma in T20I cricket

Nr. Date Against Score Innings Place Result
1 2 October 2015 South Africa 106 1 Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium in Dharamsala Lost
2 22 December 2017 Sri Lanka 118 1 Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore Won
3 8 July 2018 England 100* 2 County Ground, Bristol Won
4 6 November 2018 West Indies 111* 1 Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow Won

Ironically, the ideal limited-overs batsman, tailor-made for ODI cricket with his batting nuance, Rohit Sharma was first given the international spotlight during the Indian cricket team’s 2007 T20 World Cup campaign in South Africa. Though the team had multiple match-winners led by a young MS Dhoni, Sharma’s strokeplay caught many’s attention.

He is the batsman with the most cargo, four tons, in the shortest format. Rohit Sharma’s last T20I century On November 6, 2018, they were against West Indies at The Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium in Lucknow.

Like his ODI stint, Rohit Sharma scored his maiden T20I century in the most challenging format. Sharma made his T20I debut in Dharamsala in 2008. This was eight years later than he had scored his first century. Sharma was the first Indian player to score T20I centuries and the second Indian player to score centuries in all three formats.

List of Rohit Singh Test Centuries

Nr. Date Against Score Innings Place Result
1 7 November 2013 West Indies 177 2 Eden Gardens, Kolkata Won
2 15 November 2013 West Indies 111* 2 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai Won
3 26 November 2017 Sri Lanka 102* 2 Vidharbha Cricket Association, Nagpur Won
4 2 October 2019 South Africa 176 1 Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam Won
5 5 October 2019 South Africa 127 3 Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam Won
6 19 October 2019 South Africa 212 1 Ranchi JSCA International Stadium Complex Won
7 13 February 2021 England 161 1 M. A. Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai Won
8 2 September 2021 England 127 3 The Oval, London Won

Unlike his ODI and T2oI careers, Rohit Sharma got the perfect start to Test cricket with a maiden hundred in his first match against West Indies at Kolkata. Then he followed that with another century in Mumbai against the same opposition in his next match.

However, Sharma wasn’t opening for India in Test cricket, and the middle-border batting position prevented him from scoring another Test century for four years. Sharma was finally allowed to play in Tests in 2019 against South Africa. After making his debut as an opener, he became the first Test cricketer to score two centuries in Test cricket. Rohit Sharma is the proud owner of eight Test centuries, the last coming against England on September 2, 2021.

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