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12 Batsmen with most centuries in ODI cricket

1.0.0. These three digits (of course in the same order!) hold a very special value in the life of a cricketer. Despite known as a ‘Batsman’s Game’, it is not easy to score runs in cricket consistently, let alone centuries. However, there are a handful of players have managed to do so. It is the ultimate test for any budding youngster looking to make a mark on the game. And that is what we will look at today, i,e, players with the most centuries in ODI and the numbers behind them.

12
Herschelle Gibbs (South Africa)

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Herschelle Gibbs picks his top contenders for World Cup 2019. Image Source: George Herald

11
Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka)

Dilshan Most centuries in ODIs KreedOn
Dilshan (@ICC/Twitter)

10
Sourav Ganguly (India)

Sourav Ganguly KreedOn
Sourav Ganguly was prolific captain in ODI for India (Source ABP Majha)

9
Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)

sangakara most centuries in ODIs KreedOn
(@ICC/Twitter)

8
Chris Gayle (West Indies)

Chris Gayle Most Centuries in ODIs KreedOn
(@iOldMonk/Twitter)

7
AB de Villiers (South Africa)

AB De Villers Most centuries in ODIs KreedOn
(@cr7federet/Twitter)

6
Hashim Amla (South Africa)

Hashim Amla most centuries in ODI KreedOn
(@cricketworldcup/Twitter)

5
Rohit Sharma (India)

13 records by rohit sharma
Sharma scored 111 (61) in this brilliant innings vs West Indies (credits: AP)

4
Sanath Jayasuriya

Sanath Teran Jayasuriya most centuries in ODIs fastest 150 in ODI KreedOn
(@ICC/Twitter)

3
Ricky Ponting

Ricky pointing KreedOn
(@icc/Facebook)

2
Virat Kohli

Best cricketer Virat Kohli: Kreedon
Virat Kohli, or King Kohli, is the fastest cricketer to reach 10,000 ODI runs in just 205 innings (Credits: bcci)

1
Sachin Tendulkar

Australian wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist KreedOn
(Photo credit: MUFTY MUNIR/AFP/Getty Images)
Manan Dharamshi
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