List of international cricket centuries by Jacques Kallis

Jacques Kallis is a South African cricketer who plays as an all-rounder . He has been described as “the greatest cricketer ever”, [1] [2] and is considered one of the best all-rounders of all time, along with Sir Garfield Sobers . [3] He has scored 45 centuries (100 or more runs in a single innings) in Cricket Test , the most by any South African, [4] and 17 centuries in One Day International (ODI) matches. [5] He leads all South African batsmen in both Test and ODI cricket. [6] [7]

Kallis made his Test debut against England in December 1995. [8] He scored his maiden test century, test 101 match against Australia . [9] In the 2003-04 series against the West Indies , Kallis scored a century in each of the four test matches, becoming the first cricketer to pass 100 in every match of a series. [10] His feat also marked the first time a South African scored centuries in four consecutive test matches, [10] a run in his next match, scoring 150 not out against New Zealand , to become the second player, After Sir Donald Bradman , to pass 100 in five consecutive Tests. [11] Kallis passed Gary Kirsten as South Africa’s leading runner in Test cricket when he reached his 22nd century during the 2004-05 tour of the West Indies . [12] His achievements during the 2004-05 and 2005 cricket seasons, during which time he scored six Test centuries, resulted in him being named as Test Player of the Year by the International Cricket Council (ICC). [13] In October 2007 he est devenu the fourth South African to reach 100 in Both innings of a Test match so contre When He Did Pakistan . [14] He scored a century in each of the following three tests, Tallying five centuries in four Test matches. [15] In doing so, he joined Bradman, Matthew Hayden and Ken Barrington as one of just four players to have scored centuries in four consecutive test matches on two occasions. [11] Kallis scored his first double century in Test cricket in December 2010 , scoring an unbeaten 201 in the first Test against India . [16] Prior à son twice century, Kallis HAD-been the only player in the top 15 Test run-scorers to not-have atteint 200. [17] Later DURING THE Sami series, Kallis struck centuries in Both innings of a match for the second Time in his career, Becoming the first South African to achieve the feat on two occasions. [18] He made his second double century, and his highest score, in 2012 against Sri Lanka , making 224. [19]

In ODI cricket, Kallis scored his maiden century in January 1998, totalling 111 against New Zealand. [20] He atteint His Highest total in ODIs Against the West Indies in February, 2004, scoring 139. [20] He Generally scores at Slower than one run per delivery, does score more goal opportunities Quickly we are qui he has Reaches century, averaging 90.24 runs per hundred balls , rather than 72.77 when he scores less than 100. [20] His highest strike-rate when scoring a century was 117.43, achieved when he scored 128 not out against the Netherlands during the 2007 Cricket World Cup . [20] He is the only South African to have scored over 10,000 runs in ODI cricket, [21] while his 17 ODI centuries rank him second behind the 21 scored by Herschelle Gibbs among his countrymen. [22]

Key

  • * Denotes that he is not out .
  • Denotes that he was the captain of the South African team in that match.
  • Pos. Denotes his position in the batting order.
  • Test denotes the number of the test.
  • Inn. Denotes the number of innings in the match.
  • H / A / N denotes if the venue is home (South Africa), away (opposition’s home) or neutral.
  • Date the date on which the match began.
  • Lost denotes that the match was lost by South Africa.
  • Won denotes that the match was won by South Africa.
  • Drawn denotes that the match was drawn.
  • S / R denotes strike rate .

Test centuries

No. Score Against Pos. Inn. Test arrival H / A / N Dated result
1 101  australia 3 4 1/3 Melbourne Cricket Ground , Melbourne Away 26 December 1997 Drawn [23]
2 132  England 3 1 3/5 Old Trafford , Manchester Away 2 June 1998 Drawn [24]
3 110  West Indies 3 1 4/5 Newlands , Cape Town Home 2 January 1999 Won [25]
4 148 *  New Zealand 3 2 2/3 Jade Stadium , Christchurch Away 11 March 1999 Drawn [26]
5 115  Zimbabwe 3 2 2/2 Harare Sports Club , Harare Away 11 November 1999 Won [27]
6 105  England 3 2 4/5 Newlands , Cape Town Home 2 January 2000 Won [28]
7 160  New Zealand 3 1 1/3 Goodyear Park , Bloemfontein Home 17 November 2000 Won [29]
8 157 *  Zimbabwe 3 1 1/2 Harare Sports Club , Harare Away 7 September 2001 Won [30]
9 189 *  Zimbabwe 3 2 2/2 Queens Sports Club , Bulawayo Away 14 September 2001 Drawn [31]
10 139 *  bangladesh 4 2 2/2 North West Cricket Stadium , Potchefstroom Home 25 October 2002 Won [32]
11 105  Pakistan 4 1 1/2 Kingsmead , Durban Home 26 December 2002 Won [33]
12 158  West Indies 4 1 1/4 New Wanderers Stadium , Johannesburg Home 12 December 2003 Won [34]
13 177  West Indies 4 2 2/4 Kingsmead , Durban Home 26 December 2003 Won [35]
14 130 *  West Indies 4 3 3/4 Newlands , Cape Town Home 2 January 2004 Drawn [36]
15 130 *  West Indies 4 1 4/4 SuperSport Park , Centurion Home 16 January 2004 Won [37]
16 150 *  New Zealand 4 3 1/3 Westpac Park , Hamilton Away 10 March 2004 Drawn [38]
17 121  india 4 1 2/2 Eden Gardens , Kolkata Away 28 November 2004 Lost [39]
18 162  England 4 2 2/5 Kingsmead , Durban Home 26 December 2004 Drawn [40]
19 149  England 4 1 3/5 Newlands , Cape Town Home 2 January 2005 Won [41]
20 136 *  England 4 3 5/5 SuperSport Park , Centurion Home 21 January 2005 Drawn [42]
21 109 *  West Indies 4 3 1/4 Bourda , Georgetown Away 31 March 2005 Drawn [43]
22 147  West Indies 4 1 4/4 Antigua Recreation Ground , St. John’s Away 29 April 2005 Drawn [44]
23 111  australia 4 1 3/3 Sydney Cricket Ground , Sydney Away 2 January 2006 Lost [45]
24 114  australia 4 2 2/3 Kingsmead , Durban Home 24 March 2006 Lost [46]
25 155  Pakistan 4 1 1/2 National Stadium, Karachi Away 1 October 2007 Won [47]
26 100 *  Pakistan 4 3 1/2 National Stadium, Karachi Away 1 October 2007 Won [47]
27 107 *  Pakistan 4 3 2/2 Gaddafi Stadium , Lahore Away 8 October 2007 Drawn [48]
28 186  New Zealand 4 3 1/2 New Wanderers Stadium , Johannesburg Home 8 November 2007 Won [49]
29 131  New Zealand 4 2 2/2 SuperSport Park , Centurion Home 16 November 2007 Won [50]
30 132  india 4 2 2/3 Sardar Patel Stadium , Ahmedabad Away 3 April 2008 Won [51]
31 102  australia 4 2 3/3 Newlands , Cape Town Home 19 March 2009 Won [52]
32 120  England 4 1 1/4 SuperSport Park , Centurion Home 16 December 2009 Drawn [53]
33 108  England 4 1 3/4 Newlands , Cape Town Home 3 January 2010 Drawn [54]
34 173  india 4 1 1/2 Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium , Nagpur Away 6 February 2010 Won [55]
35 110  West Indies 4 1 2/3 Warner Park , Basseterre Away 18 June 2010 Drawn [56]
36 135 *  Pakistan 4 3 1/2 Dubai International Cricket Stadium , Dubai Neutral 12 November 2010 Drawn [57]
37 105  Pakistan 4 1 2/2 Sheikh Zayed Stadium , Abu Dhabi Neutral 20 November 2010 Drawn [58]
38 201 *  india 4 2 1/3 SuperSport Park , Centurion Home 16 December 2010 Won [59]
39 161  india 4 1 3/3 Newlands , Cape Town Home 2 January 2011 Drawn [60]
40 109 *  india 5 3 3/3 Newlands , Cape Town Home 2 January 2011 Drawn [60]
41 224  Sri Lanka 4 1 3/3 Newlands , Cape Town Home 3 January 2012 Won [19]
42 113  New Zealand 4 2 1/3 University Oval , Dunedin Away 10 March 2012 Drawn [61]
43 182 *  England 4 2 1/3 Kennington Oval , London Away 22 July 2012 Won [62]
44 147  australia 4 1 1/3 The Gabba , Brisbane Away 11 November 2012 Drawn [63]
45 115  india 4 2 2/2 Kingsmead , Durban Home 29 December 2013 Won [64]

ODI centuries

No. Score Against Pos. Inn. S / R arrival H / A / N Dated result
1 111  New Zealand 3 1 79.28 Western Australian Cricket Association Ground , Perth Neutral 16 January 1998 Won [65]
2 109 *  Pakistan 5 1 95.61 Kingsmead , Durban Home 3 April 1998 Won [66]
3 113 *  Sri Lanka 5 1 113.00 Bangabandhu National Stadium , Dhaka Neutral 30 October 1998 Won [67]
4 100  New Zealand 3 1 85.47 Carisbrook , Dunedin Away 14 February 1999 Lost [68]
5 100  New Zealand 4 1 80.00 Eden Park , Auckland Away 27 March 1999 Won [69]
6 100 *  Sri Lanka 3 2 71.94 Boland Bank Park , Paarl Home 9 January 2001 Won [70]
7 107  West Indies 3 1 99.07 Queen’s Park , St. George’s Away 5 May 2001 Won [71]
8 104 *  australia 3 2 86.66 Western Australia Cricket Association Ground , Perth Away 3 February 2002 Lost [72]
9 107  England 3 1 80.45 The Oval , London Away 28 June 2003 Lost [73]
10 125 *  Zimbabwe 3 1 85.03 St Lawrence Ground , Canterbury Neutral 29 June 2003 Won [74]
11 109 *  West Indies 4 1 115.95 Newlands , Cape Town Home 25 January 2004 Won [75]
12 139  West Indies 3 2 97.88 New Wanderers Stadium , Johannesburg Home 4 February 2004 Won [76]
13 101  Sri Lanka 3 2 79.52 Sinhalese Sports Club Ground , Colombo Away 31 August 2004 Lost [77]
14 119 *  india 3 1 74.37 Kingsmead , Durban Home 11 November 2006 Won [78]
15 128 *  Netherlands 3 1 117.43 Warner Park , Basseterre Neutral 16 March 2007 Won [79]
16 121 *  West Indies 3 2 90.97 St George’s Park, Port Elizabeth Home 27 January 2008 Won [80]
17 104 *  india 3 1 110.63 Sardar Patel Stadium , Ahmedabad Away 27 February 2010 Won [81]

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