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    Hundreds scored so far in 2011 World Cup

    • Virender Sehwag started the World Cup with a bang, smashing 140-ball 175 against Bangladesh and thus helping India register a convincing 87-run win at Mirpur. (Getty Images)

    • Andrew Strauss struck a flawless 158 off 145 balls and gave India a real scare chasing a mammoth 339. The match ultimately ended in a tie. (Getty Images)

    • In his power-packed knock of 134 off just 98 balls, AB de Villiers hit 13 scorching boundaries and four high-flying sixes. The ton scored by the 27-year-old South African helped his team beat the Netherlands by massive 231 runs. (Getty Images)

    • Netherlands' Ryan ten Doeschate's blazing ton against England could be one of the best scored by a player representing the Associate nations against a Test-playing country. (Getty Images)

    • Sri Lanka's Tillakaratne Dilshan stormed back into form with a 144-run knock against Zimbabwe.

    • Though Hashim Amla played second fiddle to de Villiers in their encounter against the Dutch, the flair showed by the classy batsman was second to none in his 113-run knock at Mohali. (Getty Images)

    • Sri Lanka's Upul Tharanga scored a brilliant 133 which included 17 crisp boundaries against Zimbabwe.

    • Though the 100 scored by Mahela Jayawardene came against Canada, it could hold a great significance considering the outcome of other games in the group. (Getty Images)

    • Eleven hundreds inside three weeks of the event! The figure speaks in itself how the batsmen have an upper hand over bowlers so far in the competition. And though the two hat-tricks - Lasith Malinga and Kemar Roach - have been notched up during the course, it's the runs that are bleeding from the bats and making the crowd throng stadiums. (Getty Images)

    • Ross Taylor made full use of the reprieves he was given by Pakistan wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal as the Kiwi vice-captain took Pakistan bowlers to the cleaners by hitting an unbeaten 131 in 124 balls.

    • Sachin Tendulkar hit his 98th international ton, 47th in ODI cricket, in his outing against England at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore. (Getty Images)

    • Nothing could beat the fastest World Cup ton (100 off just 50 balls) hit by Irish Kevin O'Brien. His masterful 113 off just 63 balls played a pivotal role in his team's stunning victory over the Andrew Strauss-led Englishmen. (Getty Images)

    • The 100 not out by Virat Kohli helped his side finish with massive 370 in India's first World Cup clash against Bangladesh. It was also his third century in 15 games. (Getty Images)