An Emotional Moment When Sachin Tendulkar Scored His 100th Century In International Cricket
After just one year and four days, the clock came in the end, when the long-standing cricket fans watched the Sachin Tendulkar making the most awaited moment, a new history in cricket became. Tendulkar has become the first batsman in the world to score 100 hundreds in international cricket.
After missing against Pakistan, England, West Indies, Australia and Sri Lanka, Tendulkar touched a new peak of achievements with a run of Shakib Al Hasan at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium. This great batsman also breathed his relief after arriving in triple digit score after 370 days and thanked God along with the audience. Indian players saluted this great achievement by standing in the dressing room, while the Bangladeshi players were not behind in congratulating this great celebrity during this amazing event of cricket game.He played 138 balls and hit 10 fours and a six.
Tendulkar is the first batsman in the world to achieve this achievement and currently no other batsman is in a position to reach this record. After Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting (71) has the most centuries in international cricket and he is 29 centuries behind the Indian batsman. In the name of the emperor of the records, now 51 Test matches and 49 ODI hundreds in ODI cricket are recorded.
Tendulkar made his Test debut against England on August 14, 1990 in Manchester Test match. Then he was just 17 years and 107 days. He had to wait for 78 matches to score his first century in ODI cricket, but when he achieved this title in Colombo against Australia on September 9, 1994, then he could not look back.
The star batsman also made his 25th and 50th international century in Test matches. He made his 25th century in August 1997 against Sri Lanka in Colombo and 50th century against Zimbabwe in Nagpur in November 2000. His 75th Century, Tendulkar made an ODI appearance in the same match against the West Indies in Kuala Lumpur.
Tendulkar had to wait for almost 10 years to put his first double century in the test match. He achieved this feat in October, 1999 against New Zealand in Ahmedabad. He became the first batsman to score double hundred in ODI cricket in January 2010. He has scored 20 centuries against Australia After this, Sri Lanka (17), South Africa (12), England and New Zealand (both nine), Zimbabwe (eight), West Indies and Pakistan (seven), Bangladesh (five), Kenya (four) and Namibia (one).
1998 has been a great year for centuries. That year Tendulkar scored 12 hundreds Apart from this, he had scored eight hundreds in 1996, 1999 and 2010 and seven hundreds in 2001. This year it is their fourth international century. Tendulkar captained 98 international matches in India, he scored 13 hundreds, but most hundreds he stayed while captain of Mohammad Azharuddin. During this time Tendulkar scored 33 centuries with the bat, while Sourav Ganguly’s captaincy was 24,In the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, 19 in the captaincy of Rahul Dravid, two in the captaincy of Anil Kumble and one century in the captaincy of Virender Sehwag.