9 years ago today, Sachin Tendulkar became the world’s first cricketer to score 100 centuries | 9 years ago Sachin Tendulkar did something no one imagined

New Delhi: Today is such a special day in cricket history that no one in the world can forget it. Great Indian drummer Sachin Tendulkar had done something nobody even imagined 9 years ago. Master Blaster became the first batsman in the world to complete 100 centuries of international cricket on that day, marking a century in the Asian Cup against Bangladesh.

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Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar) marked his 99th century at the 2011 World Cup against South Africa. After that, for a year, the whole world with Sachin Tendulkar waited for its 100th century. On March 16, 2012, India faced Bangladesh in an Asian Cup group match, in this match, Sachin finally gave his 100th cent. He scored 114 points on 147 balls using 12 fours and 1 six. India scored a total of 289 points in this game. However, Bangladesh had won the match by 5 wickets in an overwhelming way.

Beginnings in 1989

Sachin Tendulkar played his first match for India on November 15, 1989 against Pakistan. While Sachin Tendulkar played his last match in 2013 against the West Indies. Sachin has played a total of 200 test matches and 463 ODIs during his career, in which he scored 15,921 and 18,426 points respectively. Apart from that, Sachin also played a T20, in which he scored 10 points.

It was the first double century

There is also a record hitting the first century double in one-day cricket under the name Sachin Tendulkar. Sachin scored an unbeaten 200 against South Africa in February 2010. At this time, Rohit Sharma of India has the record for most double centuries in ODI cricket. Rohit has marked 3 double centuries in his career so far.

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