8 Players Who Scored A Hundred In Their 100th Test Match
On December 1, 1989, the Pakistani batsman, who had hit a century on his test debut, hit 145 in the first innings of the third test against India at Lahore. The game ended in a tie.
On April 12, 1990, the West Indies scored 149 in the first innings of the fifth test against England at Antigua, allowing his team to defeat England by an innings and 32 runs.
On August 2, 2000, the England wicketkeeper-batsman scored 105 in the first inning against the Caribbean at Manchester. The match ended in a draw.
On March 24, 2005, the Pakistani right-handed batsman scored a magical 184 for his team in the first inning of the third test against India in Bengaluru. Pakistan won the match with 168 runs.
Ponting became the first player in test history to score not one but two centuries in his 100th match. On January 2, 2006, he scored 120 in the first innings and 143 not out in the second innings in the third test in Sydney. Australia won the match with 8 wickets.
On July 19, 2012, the South African legend hit 131 in the first innings of the first test against England in London. The match was won by South Africa by an innings and 12 runs.
In 2017, the South African batsman scored 134 runs in the first innings of the third test against Sri Lanka in Johannesburg. South Africa won the match by an innings and 118 runs.
England's captain became the first player in history to hit a double century in his 100th Test. On February 5, 2021, he scores 218 in the first innings of the first test against India in Chennai. The match was won by England with 227 runs.