World Cup Records :- Most Hundreds

# Player Team Mat Inns no Runs Ave HS 100s 50s 0s Span
1 Sachin Tendulkar Ind 45 44 4 2278 56.95 152 6 15 2 1992-2011
2 Rohit Sharma Ind 17 17 2 978 65.20 140 6 3 1 2015-2019
3 Ricky Ponting Aus 46 42 4 1743 45.87 140* 5 6 1 1996-2011
4 Kumar Sangakkara SL 37 35 8 1532 56.74 124 5 7 1 2003-2015
5 Sourav Ganguly Ind 21 21 3 1006 55.89 183 4 3 1 1999-2007
6 Mark Waugh Aus 22 22 3 1004 52.84 130 4 4 2 1992-1999
7 Mahela Jayawardene SL 40 34 3 1100 35.48 115* 4 5 3 1999-2015
8 AB de Villiers SA 23 22 2 1207 60.35 162* 4 6 4 2007-2015
9 Tillakaratne Dilshan SL 27 25 4 1112 52.95 161* 4 4 2 2007-2015
10 David Warner Aus 18 18 2 992 62.00 178 4 3 0 2015
11 Sanath Jayasuriya SL 38 37 3 1165 34.26 120 3 6 0 1992-2007
12 Sir Viv Richards WI 23 21 5 1013 63.31 181 3 5 0 1975-1987
13 Matthew Hayden Aus 22 21 2 987 51.95 158 3 0 0 2003-2007
14 Saeed Anwar Pak 21 21 4 915 53.82 113* 3 3 0 1996-2003
15 Ramiz Raja Pak 16 16 3 700 53.85 119* 3 2 0 1987-1996
16 Shikhar Dhawan Ind 10 10 0 537 53.70 137 3 1 0 2015-2019
17 Aaron Finch Aus 18 18 0 787 43.72 153 3 4 2 2015
18 Joe Root Eng 17 16 2 758 54.14 121 3 3 0 2015

Matches

England tour of Netherlands 2022

1st ODI, Amstelveen, 17 June, 2022

Eng Eng
498/4 & / (50. ov)
Neth Neth
266/10 & / (49.4 ov) (Target

England won by 232 runs

Australia tour of Sri Lanka 2022

4th ODI (D/N), Colombo (RPS), 21 June, 2022

SL SL
258/10 & / (49. ov)
Aus Aus
254/10 & / (49. ov) (Target

Sri Lanka won by 4 runs

India tour of England 2022

5th Test, Birmingham, 01-04 July 2022

Ind Ind
416/10 & 245/10 (. ov)

Eng Eng
284/10 & 378/3 (. ov) (Target

England won by 7 wickets

Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2022

2nd T20I, Roseau, 03 July, 2022

WI WI
193/5 & / (20. ov)

Ban Ban
158/6 & / (20. ov) (Target

West Indies won by 35 runs

Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2022

1st T20I, Roseau, 02 July, 2022

Ban Ban
105/8 & / (13. ov)

WI WI
/ & / (. ov) (Target

No result

Australia tour of Sri Lanka 2022

1st Test, Galle, 29 June -03 July, 2022

SL SL
212/10 & 113/10 (. ov)

Aus Aus
313/8 & 10/10 (. ov) (Target 5

Australia won by 10 wickets