Due to speedier pitches in countries like Australia, England, and South Africa, as well as swinging conditions in places like New Zealand and England, Indian batsmen have historically suffered when playing outside of Asia. However, some Indian batters have made it their goal to score runs and refute the notion that their country is underdeveloped outside of Asia. Let us look at Indian cricketers with most centuries outside Asia.

1. Sourav Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly, a former Indian captain, has the most hundreds in ODIs of any Indian outside of Asia. In 131 innings, he hit 12 hundred. He scored runs all around the world, including in Kenya, England, Australia, Sharjah, the West Indies, and Canada. At the 1999 World Cup in England, he recorded his top score of 183 against Sri Lanka.

2. Sachin Tendulkar

In 171 innings, the great Sachin Tendulkar scored 11 hundred outside of Asia. These centuries have affected many places, including Sharjah, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, the West Indies, and England. Sachin retired hurt against New Zealand with a score of 165, his highest mark outside of Asia.

3. Virat Kohli

In 74 innings, Virat Kohli has eight hundred outside of Asia. He scored hundreds in South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. Additionally, he had an outstanding century during the 2015 World Cup. The future ODI captain of India, Kohli has the batting credentials to back up that claim.

4. Shikhar Dhawan

In 46 innings, Shikhar Dhawan has 6 hundred outside of Asia. These include two centuries at the 2015 World Cup in New Zealand and Australia and centuries at the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy in England. He is an extremely gifted athlete who has excelled for India in several games.

5. Rohit Sharma

In Brisbane, Rohit Sharma scored his sixth hundred against Australia. He is one of the most gifted batsmen playing right now, and he is the only batsman in ODI history to have scored two double hundreds. 264 against Sri Lanka is his highest score.

6. Virender Sehwag

Sehwag, one of the best ODI openers, hit four hundred outside of Asia in nations like South Africa, Australia, and England. Being one of the most lethal openers in cricket history, he loved the bounce and pace since they aided his standing and delivered a style of play. He was an excellent player who helped India win games. He was one of India's best-ever openers.

7. Rahul Dravid

Rahul Dravid, a former Indian captain, amassed 4 centuries in 142 innings played outside of Asia. One of the most dependable batsmen to have on hand in a crisis, he could keep an inning together when it was unraveling but also hit out in the event of an emergency requiring rapid runs.

8. Suresh Raina

In the Indian ODI team, middle-order batsman Suresh Raina played a crucial role in the system. Throughout his career, he had several notable setbacks. He has primarily discussed his relationships with MS Dhoni. His abilities abroad have always been questioned, but he has scored numerous ODI hundreds outside of India. The most notable of them all was the World Cup 2015 goal he scored against Zimbabwe. Outside of India, Suresh Raina has five ODI centuries.

9. VVS Laxman

Laxman played the number 6 spot in the Indian batting order for the majority of his career. When a batsman is batting at number 6, there is not much time or opportunity for a huge score. Despite this restriction, Laxman was still able to record 17 hundred during his Test playing career. Eight of his 17 centuries—or around 20%—came from outside of Asia, which speaks highly of Laxman. He particularly enjoyed playing in Australia, where he amassed four centuries. Laxman's lack of a century in South Africa and England is the only blemish in an otherwise stellar Test career.

10. Sunil Gavaskar

Sunil Gavaskar, the first icon of the legendary Indian batting dynasty, was arguably the most technically proficient opener the world had ever seen. Gavaskar had a remarkable record versus West Indies, the most formidable opposition at the time. Outside of Asia, he scored 15 of his 34 hundred, with seven of those 15 coming in the West Indies, which is not surprising. He enjoyed playing on Australian surfaces, where he made five hundred, like other great Indian batters. Additionally, he reached two centuries in England but only one in New Zealand. He once held the record for both the most centuries and runs ever scored in a Test match.