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Sachin Tendulkar's journey on field!
Updated On : 16 Nov 2014,02:22 PM
Sachin scores 100 international centuries in the Asia Cup match against Bangladesh in Dhaka in 2013.
Sachin hit 51st century in the third Test against South Africa in Cape Town.
Sachin scores world record-breaking double century against South Africa in Gwalior in 2010.
Sachin became the fifth batsman in the history of cricket to complete 10,000 Test runs.
Sachin smashes an unbeaten 241 in the fourth Test against Australia
Sachin hit his fifth century, first Test century on home soil, in the second Test against England at the Chepauk in 1993.
In one of the best Ranji Trophy finals, Sachin threatens to take the game away from Kapil Dev's side at the Wankhede Stadium.
Tendulkar made his maiden Test century. He was the second youngest cricketer to do so at the age of 17 years.
Sachin Tendulkar, then aged 16, on Test debut at the National Stadium at Karachi.
Sachin Tendulkar re-visits his last day in cricket.
November 16, 2013: Sachin Tendulkar plays his final day of cricket.
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