1. Aaron Finch (runs 156, 63 balls) vs England in 2013:
Australia's Aaron Finch set a new
world record for the highest individual Twenty20 international score as
he made a stunning 156 against England at Southampton. Australia beat
England by 39 runs in the first Twenty20.
2. Brendon McCullum (runs 123, 58 balls) vs Bangladesh in 2012:
McCullum smashed records galore as New Zealand overwhelmed Bangladesh by 59 runs in the first match of Group D in the Twenty20 World Cup at Pallekele.
3. Richard Levi (runs 117, 45 balls) vs New Zealand in 2012:
The South African opening batsman took advantage of the small boundaries at Seddon Park to blast a record 13 sixes and guide South Africa to an eight wicket win over New Zealand in Hamilton.
4. Chris Gayle (runs 117, 57 balls) vs South Africa in 2007:
The West Indies opener was the first batsman to reach three figures in Twenty20 international. Gayle hammered 117 in 57 balls which included seven fours and 10 huge sixes at the New Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg. South Africa won the match by 8 wickets.
5. Brendon McCullum (116) vs Australia in 2010:
The wicketkeeper-batsman's unbeaten 116, which included 12 fours and eight sixes, was not enough as the scores were tied at 214 after 40 overs at Christchurch. New Zealand however prevailed in the Super Over to thank Brendon for his marvelous effort.
6. Tillakaratne Dilshan (runs 104, balls 57) vs Australia in 2011:
The Sri Lankan captain (at that time) led from the front with an astonishing 104 not out to guide his team to 35-run win over Australia at Pallekele. Dilshan hit 12 fours and five sixes during his 57-ball innings.
7. Martin Guptill (101) vs South Africa in 2012:
A brilliant, unbeaten century from the right-handed opener led New Zealand to an eight-wicket victory off the final ball against South Africa in the second T20. Guptill's unbeaten 101 was just the third T20 international century by a New Zealander, the first two belonging to captain Brendon McCullum.
8. Suresh Raina (101) vs South Africa in 2010:
The Indian left-handed batsman's 101, which included nine fours and five sixes, helped India overwhelm South Africa by 14 runs during the World Twenty20 encounter at the Beausejour Stadium in Gros Islet. Raina was also the first Indian batsman to score an international Twenty20 hundred.
9. Mahela Jayawardene (100) vs Zimbabwe in 2010:
The Sri Lankan artist made Zimbabwe pay with a fluent 100 on a slow and low wicket in Providence. Jayawardene powered his team to 173 but heavy rain after one over into the chase ensured Sri Lanka win by 14 runs (D/L method).
10. Richard Berrington (100 off 58 balls) vs Bangladesh in 2012:
The Scottish opener slammed 100 in 58 balls, which included 10 fours and five sixes, to stun Bangladesh by 34 runs at the Sportpark Westvliet in The Hague.