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Players with the Most Hundreds in the ODI World Cup

The 2024 ODI World Cup has begun, and teams are on a roll. In the first week itself, many records were broken, and some teams created history. Some teams scored more than 400 runs, whereas some teams were bowled out for a total of 150. With more than six weeks of consistent and best performances by each team, many records are set to be broken and created. So let’s take a look at one of the records that was recently broken. The players with the most hundreds in ODI World Cup history.

Players with the most hundreds in ODI World Cup history

  1. Rohit Sharma: 7 hundreds
  2. Sachin Tendulkar: 6 hundreds
  3. Kumar Sangakkara: 5 hundreds
  4. Ricky Ponting: 5 hundreds
  5. David Warner: 4 hundreds

Players with the most hundreds in ODI World Cup history

1. Rohit Sharma: 7 hundreds

The Indian cricketer Rohit Sharma is the first player to hit seven centuries, which is the most centuries by a player in World Cup history. He has played in three different World Cups, including the current one in India and has smashed centuries in every World Cups.

In the 2019 ODI World Cup, he smashed five centuries, which is the highest by a player in a single edition. With the ongoing World Cup, he has smashed one hundred and is definitely going to smash a few more. One of the most interesting facts is that, he has scored seven centuries in just 19 innings.

2. Sachin Tendulkar: 6 hundreds

The God of Cricket, Sachin Tendulkar, has hit six centuries, which is the second most by a player in World Cup history. He has played in six different World Cups and has hit six centuries. He is also the leading run scorer in ODI World Cups and has also topped the list of most centuries.

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3. Kumar Sangakkara: 5 hundreds

The third player on the list is Kumar Sangakkara, with five centuries. The player has played in four different World Cups and has smashed centuries in each of them.

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4. Ricky Ponting: 5 hundreds

The Australian cricketer, Ricky Ponting, has also smashed five centuries and finds his place in fourth place on the list. He competed in five different World Cups and has played a major role in Australia’s three successful campaigns.

5. David Warner: 4 hundreds

Another Australian has scored four centuries and finds his place fifth on the list. David Warner has scored four centuries and is currently playing in his third ODI World Cup. With this World Cup in India, he has a high chance of scoring a few more centuries and climbing up on the list.

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FAQs

Q: Which player has the most centuries in ODI World Cup history?

Ans: Rohit Sharma have hit seven centuries, which is the most by a player in ODI World Cup history.

Q: How many ODI World Cup centuries has Rohit Sharma hit?

Ans: Rohit Sharma has hit seven centuries in ODI World Cups.

Q: How many ODI World Cup centuries has Sachin Tendulkar hit?

Ans: Sachin Tendulkar has hit six centuries in ODI World Cups.

Q: How many ODI World Cup centuries has David Warner hit?

Ans: David Warner has hit five centuries in ODI World Cups.

Q: How many ODI World Cup centuries has Virat Kohli hit?

Ans: Virat Kohli has hit two centuries in ODI World Cups.

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