Top 5 players with most ODI centuries while chasing

Top 5 players with most ODI centuries while chasing
Top 5 players with most ODI centuries while chasing

ODI cricket is back in action and chasing is a very important part of the game. Different players find different approaches to chase any given target. Many players were great at chasing. In this article, we will look at the top 5 players with the most ODI centuries while chasing.

#5 Tillakaratne Dilshan

Former Sri Lankan opener Dilshan is at number 5 on our list. Dilshan has 11 ODI centuries while chasing. He was a wonderful batsman. With his consistency and unique shorts, he was unstoppable. Dilshan was also a major and strong part of the prime Sri Lankan team.

#4 Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle the universe boss is not behind in ODI cricket. Gayle is also an opener and he has not taken retirement even after he is 40+ years of age. His mentality shows why he is one of the great players to play the game. Gayle has 12 ODI centuries while chasing.

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#3 Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma is the current skipper of team India. He is the third opener on our list which shows us that openers play a great role in ODI cricket especially if you are chasing a target. Rohit is at number 3 on our list as the Hitman got 14 ODI centuries so far while chasing.

#2 Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar is not behind in any of the batting records or stats. He was a very special batsman who just enjoys his game. Sachin is the second Indian player to be on our list. He is at number 2 as the master blaster has 17 centuries in ODI while chasing. Sachin made 100 centuries in international cricket and 17 of them are while chasing.

#1 Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli is the third Indian to be on our list. The former skipper of India even got the nickname of the chase master for his chasing abilities. Virat Kohli was truly unstoppable in any of the formats and especially while chasing. Virat has 70 centuries so far in his career and 26 of them came while chasing in ODIs. He had an amazing conversion rate to centuries when he was in his prime.