Highest individual score in The Hundred: The SportsRush brings you the list of highest individual scorers of the Hundred.
The Hundred 2022 has started on a good note, and we have seen three really good encounters in the tournament so far. Trent Rockets will be up against Birmingham Phoenix in the 4th game of the tournament.
The Hundred format is mainly made for the batters, and we have seen some really high-scoring encounters last year as well. Liam Livingstone was the highest run-scorer of the last season, and he has smashed the highest individual score as well. Let’s have a look at the top-5 highest individual run-scorers of the Hundred cricket.
Highest individual score in The Hundred (Updated Table)
Birmingham’s Will Smeed scored the first century in the history of the Hundred. He scored 101* runs in just 50 balls against Southern Brave against Southampton. He was at his very best in the match as an opener.
Liam Livingstone has scored the 2nd highest individual score in the history of the Hundred cricket. In 2021, Livingstone was playing for Birmingham Phoenix, and he smashed 92 runs in just 40 balls with the help of 10 sixes and 3 boundaries. Phoenix chased down 144 runs in just 74 balls courtesy of Livingstone’s masterclass.
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— The Hundred (@thehundred) August 10, 2022
David Willey is mainly known for his left-arm pace bowling, but he played a blinder against London Spirit in 2021. He came in to bat at the number four spot, where he smashed 81 runs in just 45 balls with the help of 6 sixes and 3 boundaries. The Superchargers managed to score 155 runs and won the match at the end.
South African veteran Colin Ingram played for Oval Invincibles in the Hundred 2021, and he played a brilliant knock against Birmingham Phoenix in Edgbaston. Ingram scored 81 runs in 43 balls, courtesy of 4 sixes and 8 boundaries. The Invincibles lost the match, but Ingram will remember the knock.
|1||Will Smeed||Birmingham Phoenix||Southern Brave||101* (50)||2022||Birmingham|
|2||Liam Livingstone||Birmingham Phoenix||Northern Superchargers||92 (40)||2021||Leeds|
|3||Dawid Malan||Trent Rockets||Northern Superchargers||88* (49)||2022||Leeds|
|4||David Willey||Northern Superchargers||London Spirit||81 (45)||2021||Lord’s (London)|
|5||Colin Ingram||Oval Invincibles||Birmingham Phoenix||81 (43)||2021||Birmingham|