The first batsman to score a century against the West Indies in the World Cup was Pakistan batsman Rameez Raja, who scored 102 not out in the 1992 World Cup on February 23, 1992. In spite of Pakistan's century, the West Indies won the match by 10 wickets.
Clifford Roach scored the first century for West Indies in Test Cricket. He scored this century against England in the 1st Test of 1929-1930 series. He also became the first to score double century for West Indies in the third Test of the same series.
The first century in a Cricket World Cup final was scored by Clive Lloyd, who scored 102 rus in 108 for the West Indies against Australia, pushing the West Indies to a 17-run victory at Lord's Cricket Ground in London, England on June 21, 1975.
Christopher Gayle of the West Indies
Chris Gayle (West Indies) scored the first century in International Twenty20 Cricket.
Brian Lara of West Indies holds the highest individual score in test cricket. He scored 400* against England at Antigua in 2004.
Chris Gayle of West Indies scored first century in world cup t20. He scored 117 against South Africa.
Chris Gayle of West Indies. He scored 117 against South Africa.
The first century in One Day International cricket was scored by Dennis Amiss, who hit 103 runs for England against Australia in 1972. The first century in List A cricket was scored by Lancashire's Peter Marner against Leicestershire in the first List A match on May 1, 1963.
Brendon Kuruppu of Sri Lanka scored the slowest double century of Test Cricket in 2009 against New Zealand on 548 balls in 777 minutes.
Mehrab Hossain was the first Bangladesh batsman to score fifty in Cricket World Cup. He scored 64 runs against West Indies in the 1999 Cricket World Cup.
Mehrab Hossain was the first Bangladeshi batsman to score a 50 in Cricket World Cup. He scored 64 against West Indies in 2009 world cup.