List of Centuries Scored on ODI Cricket in Debut game

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A Cricketer Who scoring a Century 100 or Hundred plus on his One Day International Cricket (ODI) debut is always a good acchievement for any cricketer. Till on Now on October 2017 A total of 13 Players from the 9 Different International Team have acchieve this feat. Players representing eight of the twelve teams that have full member status have scored atleast one ODI century on debut.

England’s Dennis Amiss was the first debutant to score a century in ODIs; he scored 103 runs off 134 balls against Australia during the first match of the Prudential Trophy in 1972. Recently on 18th October in the second ODI Match Pakistan’s Imam-UL-Ha has scoring 100 run against Sri Lanka in debut game and that match pakistan team won by 7 wickets.

Imam-ul-haq scored century on ODI debut
Imam-ul-haq scored century on ODI debut

Players Who Scored Hundred in ODI debut

One Day International centuries on debut
Batsman Runs S/R Inn. For Against Venue Date Result
1 Dennis Amiss dagger 103 76.86 2 England Australia Old Trafford, Manchester, England 24 August 1972 Won[11]
2 Desmond Haynes dagger 148 108.82 2 West Indies Australia Antigua Recreation Ground, St. John’s, Antigua and Barbuda 22 February 1978 Won[12]
3 Andy Flower dagger 115* 75.65 1 Zimbabwe Sri Lanka Pukekura Park, New Plymouth, New Zealand 23 February 1992 Lost[13]
4 Saleem Elahi dagger 102* 76.69 2 Pakistan Sri Lanka Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala, Pakistan 29 September 1995 Won[14]
5 Martin Guptill 122* 90.37 1 New Zealand West Indies Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 10 January 2009 No result[15]
6 Colin Ingram dagger 124 98.41 1 South Africa Zimbabwe Chevrolet Park, Bloemfontein, South Africa 15 October 2010 Won[16]
7 Rob Nicol dagger 108* 82.44 2 New Zealand Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 20 October 2011 Won[17]
8 Phillip Hughes dagger 112 86.82 1 Australia Sri Lanka Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 11 January 2013 Won[18]
9 Michael Lumb 106 90.59 2 England West Indies Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua and Barbuda 28 February 2014 Lost[19]
10 Mark Chapman dagger 124* 106.89 1 Hong Kong UAE ICC Academy Ground, Dubai, UAE 16 November 2015 Won[20]
11 K. L. Rahul dagger 100* 86.95 2  India Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 11 June 2016 Won[21]
12 Temba Bavuma dagger 113 91.86 1 South Africa Ireland Willowmoore Park, Benoni, South Africa 25 September 2016 Won[22]
13 Imam-ul-Haq dagger 100 80.00 2 Pakistan Sri Lanka Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi, UAE 18 October 2017 Won[23]

 

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