A look at the players with a century in the T20 World Cup

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Chris Gayle

Universe Boss, the first and the only batter to have achieved this feat twice, Chris Gayle smashed a whopping 117 against host SA back in 2007 and repeated again in 2016 against England with 100 N.O.

Suresh Raina

The only Indian on the list and the first to score a century in the game’s shortest format Suresh Raina stunned SA with 101 in 60 balls back in 2010 with 5 sixes and 9 boundaries.

Mahela Jayawardena

Second in the same edition that too on two consecutive days Sri Lankan legend Jayawardena scored a ton against Zimbabwe on 64 deliveries.

Brendon McCullum

Arguably the best New Zealand batter of all time, Brendon McCullum also holds the record for the highest score in any edition of the T20 World Cup with 123 of 58 which came against Bangladesh in 2012.

Alex Hales

The dangerous English batter, Alex Hales whose career has seen more controversy than accolades also finds a place on the list for his 116 not out of 64 balls in 2014 against the edition’s champion Sri Lanka.

Ahmad Shehzad

Pakistani batter Ahmad Shehzad smashed the 2014 edition’s second century against Bangladesh 5 sixes and remained not out with 111 on 62 deliveries.

Tamim Iqbal

Another Asian on the list in the form of Tamim Iqbal who stunned underdogs Oman with his 103 of 63 deliveries in the 2016 edition of the game with the help of 5 sixes and 10 boundaries.

Jos Butler

The English skipper Jos Butler has done for his national side in 2021 while playing against Sri Lanka and scored 101 not out on 67 deliveries with 6 maximums and as many fours.

Rilee Rossouw

The latest entrant in the list, protea southpaw Rilee Rossouw scored a fine hundred in the ongoing edition against Bangladesh with 109 on 56 deliveries with a whopping 8 sixes.