Centuries are special milestones for any individual batsman in cricket, especially in T20 internationals, where the batting time is limited, and opponent bowlers are world-class.
Chris Gayle scored the first international T20 century in the inaugural T20 World Cup in 2007. Since then, there have been more than 100 centuries in the shortest format. New Zealand and India are the top contributors to the number, scoring 10+ centuries each.
The list below will discuss the number of centuries scored by every team in the Twenty-twenty internationals and the cricketers with more than 2 T20I centuries.
Most T20 International Centuries by Teams
|COUNTRY||T20I CENTURIES||PLAYER WITH 2+ 100s|
|India||15||Rohit Sharma (4)
KL Rahul (2)
Suryakumar Yadav (3)
|New Zealand||11||Colin Munro (3)
Martin Guptill (2)
Glenn Phillips (2)
|Australia||9||Glenn Maxwell (4)
Aaron Finch (2)
|South Africa||8||David Miller (2)
Rilee Rossouw (2)
|West Indies||6||Chris Gayle (2)
Evin Lewis (2)
|Czech Republic||5||Sabawoon Davizi (3)|
|Pakistan||5||Babar Azam (3)|
|United Arab Emirates||3||Muhammad Waseem (2)|
|France||2||Gustav Mckeon (2)|
|Serbia||2||Leslie Dunbar (2)|
|Switzerland||2||Faheem Nazir (2)|
|Papua New Guinea||1||-|
|TOTAL||131||Rohit Sharma (4)|
Czech Republic’s 5 centuries in T20Is is the highest in the format by any associate cricketing nation. Nepal and Canada have achieved the same number recently.
India, New Zealand, Australia, & West Indies have more than two players to have scored 2 T20I centuries.
The Indian captain Rohit Sharma, the highest century scorer in the format, has added 4 to the Indian list.
Suryakumar Yadav, who has had a brilliant 2022 in the shortest format is the recent inclusion in the century list.