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It takes a lot of work to score a century in an innings in T20 because it is a shortened form of the game. In the shortest form of the game, scoring a century requires aggressive play from the first ball you face and, most importantly, a steely mentality. The batters who have scored the most runs in T20 cricket typically rely on dynamite innings of 70 and 80 to propel a large total for their team. The list of T20 cricket players with the most centuries will be discussed in this article. 

  • Chris Gayle– 22 centuries 

Nearly all of the batting official records in the shortest format of the game place Chris Gayle at the top of the list. In T20 cricket, he is the player with the most runs scored. While playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore, he also set a record-breaking high score of 175 points.

Chris Gayle has set every batting record imaginable, from franchise cricket to international cricket for the West Indies.

By a wide margin, he tops the record of T20 cricket players with the most centuries, having amassed 22 of them. With 14276 runs, he has also scored the most runs in T20 cricket. Chris Gayle will play for the West Indies in the 2017 T20 World Cup. 

  • Michael Klinger – 8 centuries 

Michael Klinger is one of the best T20 players in domestic cricket even if he didn't have much success in international cricket. He has amassed eight centuries and a respectable 123.08 strike rate.

As per cricket highlights on T20 matches, he has also scored 5960 runs in the shortest format of the game, second most hundreds in T20 cricket history, and is the first Australian to make the list. He has played 198 innings, amassed over 25 runs per game on average, and has a respectable strike rate of 127.67 in the few international games he has played for Australia. His 126, which stands as his best performance in international cricket, was well appreciated. 

  • David Warner – 8 centuries 

One of the best batsmen to ever play the game is David Warner. In every version of the game, he tortured India the most with a few searing blows.

David Warner was virtually unstoppable once he started scoring. He has so far amassed 10019 runs, a fantastic average of 37.52. He has scored eight centuries in the game's shortest version for the various teams he has played with. In order to set all of his records, he had to face 7120 balls. He has participated in 306 games.

In 306 games, the hard-hitting Australian opener has eight hundreds to his credit. In addition, he has been one of the best batsmen in T20 international matches and the only player to earn three purple caps in the IPL. 

  • Aaron Finch – 8 centuries 

Aaron Finch is a famous Australian captain in the sport's shortest format and has achieved success in a number of top-scoring rankings due to his participation in 324 games.

Finch is a top-tier opener who has amassed eight centuries and is still very much in style. As per the news on T20 cricket highlights, due to his inconsistent play in the IPL, India hasn't truly seen the best of this Australian opener. He has so far amassed 9845 runs at an incredible strike rate of 141.24.

One of the most boundaries ever recorded in international cricket was also hit by Aaron Finch for Australia in T20 matches. 

  • Luke Wright – 7 centuries 

The energetic English batsman has participated in 336 T20 games so far, and the all-arounder has wreaked havoc everywhere he has gone.

He has played in 312 innings of batting in the 336 games, scoring 8368 runs. He has played 5848 balls for the aforementioned runs.

He wasn't able to fully establish a playing spot in the Pune Warriors team, therefore the IPL didn't really bring out the best in him. This will undoubtedly go down as the franchise's biggest error to date. He is unbeatable in the shortest version of the game, scoring 8 centuries at an astounding strike rate of 143.09.

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  • Brendon McCullum – 7 centuries 

The Indian crowd will never forget the man who started the IPL by smashing a scorching 158 from 73 balls, which will live on in their memory forever.

The former captain of New Zealand was tenacious in his chases, smashing 9922 runs at a 29.97 average. 7 centuries were conjured by Brendon McCullum at a scorching strike rate of 136.49.

The most lethal player for New Zealand was Brendon McCullum because he was incapable of stopping. In the Indian Premier League, his mark of 158 remained unbroken until Chris Gayle did so. He also became the first batsman in the Indian Premier League to reach a century. He was widely relied upon by New Zealand to get them out of any sticky situations. 

  • Babar Azam – 6 centuries 

Babar Azam has scored 7055 runs off of 5475 balls. In addition, he has 6 centuries in 364 innings. One of the most gifted batsmen to play T20 cricket, he is.

The World Cup, of which Azam will be a part, has the potential to pave the road for his ascension to the very top because he is a highly gifted player who is now in strong batting form. He has smashed 467 sixes and 785 fours, which is a sign of a growing career. He will be Pakistan's big man for the future matches when he gets to the UAE. 

  • Shane Watson – 6 centuries 

Shane Watson has scored in similar amounts and taken wickets, making him one of the most versatile athletes to ever play the game.

He scored 8821 runs from 335 innings at a respectable average of 29.30. Another outstanding record the Australian owns in his arsenal is the six centuries he has scored.

The huge Australian had already succeeded in bringing the best possible honor to his nation and franchises by the time he quit the game.

Most Centuries in T20 International Cricket

Rohit Sharma is the player with the most T20 international cricket century, having scored four of them in 111 games. Glenn Maxwell and Colin Munro, who have each amassed three centuries, are in his wake. In T20 international cricket, six batters have recorded two centuries. In T20 International cricket, Martin Guptill, Aaron Finch, Brendon McCullum, Chris Gayle, KL Rahul, and Evin Lewis have all amassed two centuries. At the 2019 T20 World Cup, Virat Kohli will try to break the record of not having a T20I century.

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