Friday, February 25, 2011

Centuries in ICC World Cup 2011

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ICC World Cup has started and the cricket playing nations are at the peak of cricket fever. Forty Eight matches to be played in forty days starting from February 19th. Here is a compilation of YouTube videos of centuries scored in the ICC World Cup 2011 till now. The videos will be updated at the end of each match where a player scores a century. Bookmark this page to see the videos of some great performance in this world cup.
Century No 24 - DPMD Jayawardene (Sri Lanka)103 vs India
Century No 23 - Upul Tharanga (Sri Lanka) vs England
Century No 22 - Tilakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka) vs England
Century No 21 - Ricky Ponting (Australia) 104 vs India
Century No 20 - Yuvraj Singh (India) 113 vs West Indies
Century No 19 - Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka) 111 vs New Zealand
Century No 18 - Paul Stirling (Ireland) 101 vs Netherlands
Century No 17 - ten Doeschate (Netherlands)106 vs Ireland

Century No 16 - Brendon McCullum (New Zealand) vs Canada
Century No 15 - Sachin Tendulkar (India) vs South Africa
Century No 14 - Devon Smith (West Indies) vs Ireland
Century No 13 - Tilakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka) vs Zimbabwe
Century No 12 - Upul Tharanga (Sri Lanka) vs Zimbabwe
Century No 11 - Rose Taylor (New Zealand) vs Pakistan
Century No 10 - AB de Villiers (South Africa) vs Netherlands

Century No 9 - Hashim Amla (South Africa) vs Netherlands

Century No 8 - Kevin O'Brien (Ireland) vs England

Century No 7 - Andrew Strauss (England) vs India
Century No 6 - Sachin Tendulkar (India) vs England
Century No 5 - AB de Villiers (South Africa) vs West Indies
De Villiers, who was named ODI Player of the Year for 2010, barely put a foot wrong in his knock, ticking along at better than a-run-a-ball from the start and sounding an ominous warning for South Africa's opponents in this tournament. He shared in a decisive 119-run stand for the third wicket with Graeme Smith and shut down the game by adding a further 84 in JP Duminy's company. Continue Reading 
Century No 4 ten Doeschate (Netherlands)119 vs England
At the mid-innings break Ryan ten Doeschate, a little weary after scoring the second-highest individual score (119) by an Associate player, said he was a touch disappointed because he could've done more. He need not have bothered. Today he played as a consummate batsman: his timing, his placement, his foot movement, his reflexes, his smart working of the field worked magnificently. There were no mis-hits, instead he played on the mistakes, of which there many, committed by the England bowlers. Continue Reading
Century No 3 - DPMD Jayawardene 100 vs Canada
Mahela Jayawardene, the Sri Lanka vice-captain, said he was pleased with Sri Lanka's start to the World Cup but there was still a lot of hard work ahead of his team in the tournament. Jayawardene scored the fastest century by a Sri Lanka player in any World Cup, when he got to the landmark off 80 balls in their first game of the tournament, against Canada in Hambantota on Sunday. The previous fastest hundred was off 85 balls by Sanath Jayasuriya, against Bangladesh in 2007. Continue Reading
Century No 2 - Virat Kohli 100* (India) vs Bangladesh
Kohli became the first Indian and the 13th batsman to score a century on his World Cup debut.
Century No 1 - Virender Sehwag (India) 175 vs Bangladesh
Virender Sehwag might have taken extra care to make sure he batted deep into India's innings at Mirpur, but when it comes to his press conferences, middle overs continue to remain conspicuous in their absence. He talks like he bats, and after his 175 - his longest one-day innings in terms of runs, balls faced, and overs elapsed - his reaction was: "I am happy that at least once in my career I have batted 47 overs." That was followed by a warning: "I was planning to bat 50 overs. I couldn't do that, but hopefully I will do so in coming games." Continue Reading
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