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In the 100th ODI, Shai Hope becomes the 10th player to score a century.

Before being eliminated by Shardul Thakur after being taken by Axar Patel at long-off, Shai Hope scored 115 runs from 135 balls.
Shai Hope of the West Indies became the tenth player to score a century in his 100th ODI on Sunday.

The accomplished West Indies opener did so in the second one-day international against India at Port of Spain’s Queens’ Park Oval. He also does so as the fourth hitter from the West Indies. The batter reached this remarkable century on Yuzvendra Chahal’s fourth ball of the 45th over of spin bowling.

Hope’s bat skills were outstanding. He was captured by Axar Patel after making 115 runs off 135 balls, and Shardul Thakur then declared him out.

He now plays alongside athletes such Gordon Greenidge, Chris Cairns, and Muhammad Yousuf.

The 100th ODI included hundreds from Shikhar Dhawan, David Warner, Chris Gayle, Marcus Trescothick, Ramnaresh Sarwan, and Kumar Sangakkara.

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In regards to the game, West Indies chose to bat first and scored 311/6 in their 50 overs. Shai Hope & Kyle Mayers (39)’ 65-run partnership gave Windies a strong start. A 62-run partnership between Hope and Shamarh Brooks followed it (35).

Following the swift dismissal of Brandon King, Hope and Captain Nicholas Pooran held on for 117 runs (74).

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