Records / Twenty20 matches / Batting records / Most runs in an innings (progressive record holder)

Player Runs Mins Balls 4s 6s Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
KP Dutch 70 53 52 9 2 Somerset v Warwickshire Taunton 13 Jun 2003 Twenty20
BJ Hodge 97 67 61 8 5 Leics v Yorkshire Leicester 16 Jun 2003 Twenty20
IJ Harvey 100* 56 50 13 4 Gloucs v Warwickshire Birmingham 23 Jun 2003 Twenty20
A Symonds 112 47 43 18 3 Kent v Middlesex Maidstone 2 Jul 2004 Twenty20
GA Hick 116* 77 65 11 6 Worcs v Northants Luton 5 Jul 2004 Twenty20
IJ Thomas 116* 72 57 11 7 Glamorgan v Somerset Taunton 5 Jul 2004 Twenty20
CL White 116* 60 53 7 9 Somerset v Gloucs Taunton 27 Jun 2006 Twenty20
CL White 141* 70 70 14 6 Somerset v Worcs Worcester 9 Jul 2006 Twenty20
BB McCullum 158* - 73 10 13 KKR v RCB Bangalore 18 Apr 2008 Twenty20
CH Gayle 175* 102 66 13 17 RCB v Warriors Bangalore 23 Apr 2013 Twenty20

leading scores are calculated for each date upon which a match ends

Records include the following recent matches:
Nondescripts Cricket Club v Sri Lanka Air Force Sports Club at Colombo (Colts), SLC Twenty-20 Tournament, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Ragama Cricket Club v Colombo Cricket Club at Panagoda, SLC Twenty-20 Tournament, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Sri Lanka Ports Authority Cricket Club v Bloomfield Cricket and Athletic Club at Colombo (CCC), SLC Twenty-20 Tournament, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Gujarat v Jharkhand at Bhubaneswar, Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Mumbai v Odisha at Cuttack, Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Colts Cricket Club v Moors Sports Club at Colombo (CCC), SLC Twenty-20 Tournament, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Sinhalese Sports Club v Saracens Sports Club at Panagoda, SLC Twenty-20 Tournament, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Sri Lanka Army v Tamil Union Cricket and Athletic Club at Colombo (Colts), SLC Twenty-20 Tournament, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Andhra v Himachal Pradesh at Bhubaneswar, Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Hyderabad (India) v Punjab at Cuttack, Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]

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Kumar Sangakkara is the first and only batsman to score four consecutive hundreds in ODIs. During the 2015 World Cup, he scored 105* against Bangladesh, 117* against England, 104 against Australia and 124 against Scotland in back-to-back matches.

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