Sachin Tendulkar 100th International ton: The great batsman Sachin Tendulkar scored his 100th international century in the Asia Cup 2012 against Bangladesh on this day. Tendulkar took a long time between 99th and 100th century.
Sachin Tendulkar considered to be the God of Cricket made a Maha Record in the cricket world 11 years ago on this day. Tendulkar scored his 100th century in the 2012 Asia Cup against Bangladesh. He became the first player in the world to score 100 centuries at the international level.
In Reaching Sachin Tendulkar from 99th to 100th century: It took 369 days and 23 matches (11 Tests and 12 ODIs). When Tendulkar completed his 100th century, his face was filled with emotion. Looking at Tendulkar, it seemed as if the burden on the body has become light and now he can heave a sigh of relief.
How did Sachin Tendulkar Feel After 100 Centuries: Sachin Tendulkar was asked in an interview how he felt after scoring his 100th century. Then Master Blaster replied, 'There was a difference of 369 days and 23 matches. This wait was not long, but during this time many people gave advice and that too without realizing that I have scored 99 centuries. The video of Sachin completing 100 centuries became increasingly viral.
Recall that Sachin Tendulkar scored his 99th century in the 2011 World Cup against South Africa. After a long time, Tendulkar's wish of completing his 100th century was fulfilled. After completing his century, Tendulkar pointed to the Indian flag on his helmet with his bat and expressed that all his hard work was for the country.
Sachin Tendulkar undoubtedly achieved a memorable achievement in this match, but the result of the match did not allow his happiness to be doubled. The Indian team had to face defeat at the hands of Bangladesh in this match, due to which the team was also eliminated from the final race. Tendulkar scored 114 runs in 147 balls with the help of 12 fours and 1 six in this match. This was the 49th century of Tendulkar's ODI career.
Let us tell you that by batting first, India had scored 289 runs losing 5 wickets in 50 overs. In reply, Bangladesh achieved the target by losing 5 wickets in 49.2 overs. Please tell that Sachin Tendulkar had retired from all forms of cricket in 2013. He scored 15,921 runs in 200 Tests and 18,426 runs in 463 ODIs. The Master Blaster played in one T20 International match, scoring 10 runs. In this way he had a total of 34,357 runs.