Rohit Sharma centuries in Test cricket
|177 vs West Indies (1st inns)||6 Nov 2013||Won by innings & 51 runs|
|111* vs West Indies (1st inns)||14 Nov 2013||Won by innings & 126 runs|
|102* vs Sri Lanka (1st inns)||26 Nov 2017||Won by innings & 239 runs|
Last update: 27 Nov 2017
Rohit Sharma added to his previous tally of two Test centuries with a 102* against Sri Lanka in Nagpur. But this is probably a little early to say if this century will make Rohit a regular in the Indian Test batting line-up.
Rohit Sharma ODI centuries list
|114 (119) vs Zimbabwe||28 May 2010||Lost by 6 wickets|
|101* (100) vs Sri Lanka||30 May 2010||Won by 7 wickets|
|141* (123) vs Australia||16 Oct 2013||Won by 9 wickets|
|209 (158) vs Australia||2 Nov 2013||Won by 57 runs|
|264 (173) vs Sri Lanka||13 Nov 2014||Won by 153 runs|
|138 (139) vs Australia||18 Jan 2015||Lost by 4 wickets|
|137 (126) vs Bangladesh||19 Mar 2015||Won by 109 runs|
|150 (133) vs South Africa||11 Oct 2015||Lost by 5 runs|
|171* (163) vs Australia||12 Jan 2016||Lost by 5 wickets|
|124 (127) vs Australia||15 Jan 2016||Lost by 7 wickets|
|123* (129) vs Bangladesh||15 Jun 2017||Won by 9 wickets|
|124* (145) vs Sri Lanka||27 Aug 2017||Won by 6 wickets|
|104 (88) vs Sri Lanka||31 Aug 2017||Won by 168 runs|
|125 (109) vs Australia||1 Oct 2017||Won by 7 wickets|
|147 (138) vs New Zealand||29 Oct 2017||Won by 6 runs|
|208* (153) vs Sri Lanka||13 Dec 2017||Won by 141 runs|
|115 (126) vs South Africa||13 Feb 2018||Won by 73 runs|
|137* (114) vs England||12 Jul 2018||Won by 8 wickets|
|111* (119) vs Pakistan||23 Sep 2018||Won by 9 wickets|
|152* (117) vs Windies||21 Oct 2018||Won by 8 wickets|
Last update: 21 Oct 2018
Much of Rohit’s success in international cricket has come in the One-Day International format and as an opener, in particular, having been permanently promoted to the No. 1 and 2 positions by MS Dhoni in early 2013, before the Champions Trophy that year.
18 of Rohit’s 20 ODI centuries have come when he has opened the innings for India, his highest score (264) till date has come at this position, his ODI batting average as an opening batsman is over 50, and his strike-rate has gone up, too. Close to 65% of his ODI career runs have come as an opener, indicating the level of success he has enjoyed, his contribution to India’s success and the importance of Dhoni’s decision. Unfortunately for Rohit, five of his ODI hundreds have come in losing causes, but on a personal front, he has been a majestic batsman and a vital cog in the Indian limited-overs batting line-up.
Rohit Sharma centuries in Twenty20 International (T20I) cricket
|106 (66) vs South Africa||2 Oct 2015||Lost by 7 wickets|
|118 (43) vs Sri Lanka||22 Dec 2017||Won by 88 runs|
|100* (56) vs England||8 Jul 2018||Won by 7 wickets|
Rohit now has three T20I centuries, second of which is the joint-fastest T20I century (off 35 balls), the Indian opener sharing this record with South Africa’s David Miller.
Rohit Sharma centuries in IPL
|109* (60) for MI vs KKR||12 May 2012||MI won by 27 runs|
One of Rohit’s three T20 hundreds—he struck a 45-ball 101* for Mumbai in the inter-state Twenty20 tournament back in 2007, against Gujarat at the Brabourne Stadium—has come in the Indian Premier League and for the Mumbai Indians (MI), who he has captained to three IPL titles as well. His 60-ball unbeaten 109 came against the Kolkata Knight Riders at his favourite Eden Gardens.