Thanks to the Kiwi superstar Brendon McCullum, the Indian Premier League kicked off in 2008 in the most destructive manner possible.
That year, 5 more batsmen crossed the 100-runs mark taking the centuries tally to 6, the third-most joint with 2011, 2012, 2019, & 2022.
The maximum number of centuries scored in a season is 11 during the 2023 season. It is followed by the 2016 season; surprisingly, Virat Kohli contributed 4 to those 7. Find out Virat’s year by year IPL stats here.
So, here is the breakdown of IPL centuries as per seasons:
|2008||6||Brendon McCullum (158*)|
|2009||2||Manish Pandey (114*)|
|2010||4||Murali Vijay (127)|
|2011||6||Paul Valthaty (120*)|
|2012||6||Chris Gayle (128*)|
|2013||4||Chris Gayle (175*)|
|2014||3||Virender Sehwag (122)|
|2015||4||AB de Villiers (133*)|
|2016||7||AB de Villiers (129*)|
|2017||5||David Warner (126)|
|2018||5||Rishabh Pant (128*)|
|2019||6||Jonny Bairstow (114)|
|2020||5||KL Rahul (132*)|
|2021||4||Jos Buttler (124)|
|2022||8||Quinton de Kock (140*)|
|2023||12||Shubman Gill (129)|
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