List of international cricket centuries by Andrew Strauss

Andrew Strauss is an English cricketer , who plays as an opening batsman . He Has captained the England cricket team in Test and One Day International cricket since 2009. [1] He Has Scored centuries (100 or more runs in a single innings ) is twenty-one occasions in Test cricket , and six times in One Day International (ODI) matches. [2] In 2005, he was named as a Wisden Cricketer of the Year for his performances the previous year, in which he made his debut and, According to Wisden ‘s Jon Henderson, advanced “from tyro to stalwart”. [3] He was appointed as a Member of the British Empire (MBE) in 2006 as part of England’s 2005 Asheswinning squad. [4] Five years later, he was again honored for his Ashes series . [5] S 2005 Ashes winning squad. [4] Five years later, he was again honored for his Ashes series . [5] S 2005 Ashes winning squad. [4] Five years later, he was again honored for his Ashes series . [5]Strauss made his test cricket debut at the age of 27 after being called into the team to replace the injured Michael Vaughan . He scored a century in the first innings of the game, played against New Zealand at Lord’s , his hometown for Middlesex . [6] In the second innings of the match he missed out On Becoming the first England batsman to score centuries in Both innings Test debut de son When He Was run out is 83. [7] His second Test century cam in the first match of The series againstthe West Indies two months later, and was also scored at Lord’s. [8] The following English winter, Strauss scored three centuries during the test series in South Africa , earning him the man of the series accolade, and high praise from Allan Donald , who said he had “never seen any visiting player bat as well, With so many match-winning performances “. [9] In 2008, he passed 150 for the first time in Test cricket, scoring 177 against New Zealand at McLean Park , Napier . The innings, his highest in Test cricket, is also the only time he has scored a Test century when not opening a batsman for England. [8] Strauss was named as England captain in 2009, and responded by passing 140 four times during the year, hitting centuries in three subsequent Tests Against the West Indies, and His Highest scoring total during an Ashes series contre Australia , reaching 161 at Lord’s. [8] After a series of low scores, Strauss scored a century against the West Indies in the first match of the 2012 series, his first in a year and a half.

In ODI cricket, Strauss has scored six centuries during his career, the first of which came against the West Indies in 2004 at Lord’s. [10] He scored his second consecutive year, reaching 152 against Bangladesh , at the time the third-highest total by an England batsman in ODIs. [11] Strauss was dropped from the ODI side after the 2007 World Cup , but returned in 2009 when he was named as the national captain. [12] He scored a patient against the West Indies in the same year, [10] but did not succeed at the 2010 World Twenty20 led to questions about whether his batting was cricket-suited to one-day cricket. [13] Over the next year, Strauss scored three centuries, twice surpassing his previous highest total. He scored 154 against Bangladesh, and during the 2011 World Cup reached 158 during a tied match against India . [10] His three scores in excess of 150 are all among the highest five by England batsmen in ODI cricket. [11]

Key

  • * Denotes that he is not out .
  • Denotes that he was the captain of the England team in that match.
  • M denotes that he was named man of the match .
  • Pos. Denotes his position in the batting order.
  • Test for the number of the test in a three-series series (for example, (1/3).
  • Inn. Denotes in what innings of the match he scored his century.
  • H / A / N denotes if the venue is home (England), away (opposition’s home) or neutral.
  • Date the date on which the match began.
  • Lost denotes that the match was lost by England.
  • Won denotes that the match was won by England.
  • Drawn denotes that the match was drawn.
  • Tied denotes that the match was tied .
  • S / R denotes strike rate .

Test centuries

No. Score Against Pos. Inn. Test arrival H / A / N Dated result
1 112  M  New Zealand 2 2 1/3 Lord’s , London Home 20 May 2004 Won [14]
2 137  West Indies 2 1 1/4 Lord’s , London Home 22 July 2004 Won [15]
3 126  M  South Africa 2 2 1/5 St George’s Park , Port Elizabeth Away 17 December 2004 Won [16]
4 136  South Africa 2 3 2/5 Kingsmead , Durban Away 26 December 2004 Drawn [17]
5 147  South Africa 2 1 4/5 Wanderers Stadium , Johannesburg Away 13 January 2005 Won [18]
6 106  australia 2 3 3/5 Old Trafford , Manchester Home 11 August 2005 Drawn [19]
7 129  australia 2 1 5/5 The Oval , London Home 8 September 2005 Drawn [20]
8 128  india 1 1 3/3 Wankhede Stadium , Mumbai Away 18 March 2006 Won [21]
9 128  Pakistan 2 3 1/4 Lord’s , London Home 13 July 2006 Drawn [22]
10 116  Pakistan 2 3 3/4 Headingley , Leeds Home 4 August 2006 Won [23]
11 177  New Zealand 3 3 3/3 McLean Park , Napier Away 22 March 2008 Won [24]
12 106  New Zealand 1 4 2/3 Old Trafford , Manchester Home 23 May 2008 Won [24]
13 123  india 1 1 1/2 MA Chidambaram Stadium , Chennai Away 11 December 2008 Lost [25]
14 108  india 1 3 1/2 MA Chidambaram Stadium , Chennai Away 11 December 2008 Lost [25]
15 169  West Indies 1 1 3/5 Antigua Recreation Ground , St. John’s Away 15 February 2009 Drawn [26]
16 142  West Indies 1 1 4/5 Kensington Oval , Bridgetown Away 26 February 2009 Drawn [27]
17 142  West Indies 1 1 5/5 Queen’s Park Oval , Port of Spain Away 6 March 2009 Drawn [28]
18 161  australia 1 1 2/5 Lord’s , London Home 16 July 2009 Won [29]
19 110  australia 1 3 1/5 Brisbane Cricket Ground , Brisbane Away 25 November 2010 Drawn [30]
20 122  West Indies 1 2 1/3 Lord’s , London Home 17 May 2012 Won [31]
21 141  West Indies 1 2 2/3 Trent Bridge , Nottingham Home 25 May 2012 Won [32]

ODI centuries

No. Score Against Pos. Inn. S / R arrival H / A / N Dated result
1 100  West Indies 4 1 86.20 Lord’s , London Home 6 July 2004 Lost [33]
2 152  bangladesh 2 1 118.75 Trent Bridge , Nottingham Home 21 June 2005 Won [34]
3 105  West Indies 1 2 81.39 Providence Stadium , Providence Away 22 March 2009 Lost [35]
4 154   M  bangladesh 1 1 110.00 Edgbaston , Birmingham Home 12 July 2010 Won [36]
5 126   M  Pakistan 1 2 94.02 Headingley , Leeds Home 12 September 2010 Won [37]
6 158   M  india 1 2 108.96 Mr. Chinnaswamy Stadium , Bangalore Away 27 February 2011 Tied [38]

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  30. Jump up^ “1st Test: Australia v England at Brisbane, Nov 25-29, 2010” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 2011-02-27 .
  31. Jump up^ “1st Test: England v West Indies at Lord’s, May 17-21, 2012” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 2012-05-27 .
  32. Jump up^ “2nd Test: England v West Indies at Nottingham, May 25-29, 2012” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 2012-05-27 .
  33. Jump up^ “8th Match: England v West Indies at Lord’s, Jul 6, 2004” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 2011-02-27 .
  34. Jump up^ “4th Match: England v Bangladesh at Nottingham, Jun 21, 2005” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 2011-02-27 .
  35. Jump up^ “2nd ODI: West Indies v England at Providence, Mar 22, 2009” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 2011-02-27 .
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  37. Jump up^ “2nd ODI: England v Pakistan at Leeds, Sep 12, 2010” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 2011-02-27 .
  38. Jump up^ “11th Match: India v England at Bangalore, Feb 27, 2011” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 2011-02-27 .

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