The term ‘century’ in cricket specifically refers to one hundred runs within a single innings. A batsman is aiming to score a century as this is a significant personal achievement and it’s also one that is likely to help his or her team win the match.

Scoring centuries in a cricket match is an art that is mastered by many superstars of the modern era.Cricket is considered the game of batsman up to a great extent. If a player scores 100 runs in any match, it is called the century of that match. The top-order batsmen have more chance to hit the century because they have the chance to play more balls.

Highest centuries among the active australian cricketers

3.David Warner – 43
With 7,244, 5,279 and 2,265 runs in 84 Test matches, 125 ODIs and 81 T20 Internationals respectively since his debut in 2009 against South Africa, Australia’s David Warner has established himself as one of the most aggressive openers of the modern era. The journey of the swashbuckling left-handed batsman hasn’t been easy in international cricket as he has been a centre point of many controversies including a one-year ban from the game. Despite the hurdles, Warner has emerged as a strong-willed player with 69 fifty-plus scores and 43 centuries in his kitty.

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Highest centuries among the active England cricketers

2. Joe root-44
oe Root has been the batting main stay in Tests for England and is currently the second highest run-scorer for the country, amassing over 10000 runs including 28 hundreds in the longest format.Root, who made his Test debut in 2012, scored his maiden century a year later in 2013 against New Zealand. India seem to be Root’s favourite opposition as nine of his 28 hundreds have come against the Men in Blue. Apart from 28 centuries, Root has also scored 54 fifties in the red ball game on internation stage. The 28 hundreds also include 5 double hundreds with his highest score being 254 which he scored against Pakistan in 2016

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Highest centuries among the active Indian cricketers

1. Virat Kohli – 71
No words can describe the heroics of former indian captain Virat Kohli in international cricket. Since his debut in 2008 against Sri Lanka, the flamboyant batsman has been unstoppable and has collected a plethora of runs for his national team. With 104 fifty-plus scores and 71 100+ innings, Kohli is the prime contender of breaking Sachin Tendulkar’s golden record of smashing 100 centuries. Arguably the greatest batsmen of the modern era.

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