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T20 World Cup: The 5 Big Hitters & Only 1 Indian in The Century Club!

Sangeeta Viswas
3 weeks ago

T20 World Cup: The 5 Big Hitters & Only 1 Indian in The Century Club! Get ready for the T20 World Cup explosion starting June 1st in the West Indies and USA! 20 teams are gearing up to battle it out in this exciting format where batsmen can go absolutely ballistic.

Speaking of big scores, let’s take a look at the top 5 batsmen who’ve smashed centuries (100+ runs) in T20 World Cup history before the big tournament kicks off.

Here’s the surprising part: only 1 Indian batsman made the list!

Let’s meet the 5 legends who’ve clubbed centuries in the T20 World Cup:

1. Chris Gayle (West Indies):

The name’s Gayle, and centuries are his game! Back in 2007, he unleashed a brutal 117 runs against South Africa, including 7 fours and a whopping 10 sixes!

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2. Suresh Raina (India):

India’s batting hero, Suresh Raina, takes the number 2 spot. He smashed a brilliant 101 runs against South Africa in 2010, with 9 fours and 5 sixes.

3. Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka):

Sri Lankan legend Mahela Jayawardene joined the century club in 2010 with a classy 100 runs against Zimbabwe. His knock included 10 fours and 4 sixes.

4. Brendon McCullum (New Zealand):

New Zealand’s explosive batsman, Brendon McCullum, went berserk against Bangladesh in 2012, scoring a mind-blowing 123 runs. His innings was decorated with 11 fours and 7 sixes.

5. Alex Hales (England):

England’s opener, Alex Hales, hammered a fantastic 116 runs against Sri Lanka in 2014. His knock included a massive 14 fours and 4 sixes.

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See? Only 5 batsmen in T20 World Cup history have managed to score a century. And with just 1 Indian representative, it’s a bit of a bummer for our fans.

But who knows, maybe this year a new Indian batsman will join the club!

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