Friday, March 16, 2012

First 100th century for Sachin in cricket history

Congratulations!  Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar. You are the first man, first cricketer for this untouchable and unprecedented achievement. Sachin has touched his 100th century toady in Bangladesh.   

Sachin was bating against Bangladesh in the 4th match of the 11th Asia Cup Cricket (ACC).  Teenage prodigy, Tendulkar was born on April 24, 1973 in Mumbai and made his Test debut against Pakistan as a curly-haired 16-year-old, becoming the youngest Indian Test player. A year later, he hit his maiden Test hundred in England. 

Tendulkar holds a number of batting records, including the aggregate one-day runs (18,360 at the time of reaching his 100th ton) and centuries (49). He also holds the record for most Test hundreds (51).   

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