Sachin Tendulkar Centuries | Complete list of 100 Centuries

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The name Sachin Tendulkar hardly needs an introduction. And when you hear the word ‘Century’, it is hardly anyone’s guess name comes to the mind first. Arguably the best batsman in the history of the game, Tendulkar has broken every possible record in hitting the triple-digit. He has most centuries in Tests, ODIs and the joint-most centuries in the Cricket World Cup. And of course, the legendary cricketer has a total of 100 centuries in international cricket. (God help anyone trying to break that record!) Let us take a look at all Sachin Tendulkar centuries:

Sachin Tendulkar Centuries: IPL

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Let us start with tiny starters before we go to the eternal main course. Tendulkar was bought by his home-city team Mumbai Indians before the start of the first IPL season. Despite scoring runs for fun, winning the Orange Cap in 2010, the IPL century evaded him for a long time. But he eventually got to the triple digits in 2011. Tendulkar scored his first and only IPL century against Kochi Tuskers Kerala at the Wankhede Stadium.

Sr. No. Date Opposition Score Venue
1 15 April 2011 KTK 100* (66) Mumbai

 

Sachin Tendulkar Centuries: Test Cricket

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The Master Blaster started his career as a 16-year-old sensation against Pakistan in 1989. And he got his first century in his ninth Test, against England in Manchester – Start of an Era! First of many! With his 35th century, against Sri Lanka in 2005, Tendulkar broke Sunil Gavaskar’s record of most test centuries. His last century came against South Africa at Cape Town in 2011. Here is the list of all 51 centuries – Yes FIFTY-ONE!

Sr. No.
Date
Opposition
Score
Inning
Result
Venue
1 9 Aug 1990 England 119* 4 Drawn Manchester
2 2 Jan 1992 Australia 148* 2 Drawn Sydney
3 1 Feb 1992 Australia 114 2 Lost Perth
4 26 Nov 1992 South Africa 111 2 Drawn Johannesburg
5 11 Feb 1993 England 165 1 Won Chennai
6 27 July 1993 Sri Lanka 104* 3 Won Colombo
7 18 Jan 1994 Sri Lanka 142 1 Won Lucknow
8 1 Dec 1994 West Indies 179 1 Drawn Nagpur
9 6 June 1996 England 122 3 Lost Birmingham
10 4 July 1996 England 177 1 Drawn Nottingham
11 2 Jan 1997 South Africa 169 2 Lost Cape Town
12 2 Aug 1997 Sri Lanka 143 1 Drawn Colombo
13 9 Aug 1997 Sri Lanka 139 2 Drawn Colombo
14 3 Dec 1997 Sri Lanka 148 1 Drawn Mumbai
15 6 March 1998 Australia 155* 3 Won Chennai
16 25 March 1998 Australia 177 1 Lost Bangalore
17 26 Dec 1998 New Zealand 113 3 Lost Wellington
18 28 Jan 1999 Pakistan 136 4 Lost Chennai
19 24 Feb 1999 Sri Lanka 124* 3 Drawn Colombo
20 10 Oct 1999 New Zealand 126* 3 Drawn Mohali
21 29 Oct 1999 New Zealand 217 1 Drawn Ahmedabad
22 26 Dec 1999 Australia 116 2 Lost Melbourne
23 18 Nov 2000 Zimbabwe 122 2 Won New Delhi
24 25 Nov 2000 Zimbabwe 201* 1 Drawn Nagpur
25 18 March 2001 Australia 126 2 Won Chennai
26 3 Nov 2001 South Africa 155 1 Lost Bloemfontein
27 11 Dec 2001 England 103 2 Drawn Ahmedabad
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21 Feb 2002 Zimbabwe 176 2 Won Nagpur
29 19 April 2002 West Indies 117 1 Won Port of Spain
30 22 Aug 2002 England 193 1 Won Leeds
31 30 Oct 2002 West Indies 176 3 Drawn Kolkata
32 2 Jan 2004 Australia 241* 1 Drawn Sydney
33 28 March 2004 Pakistan 194* 1 Won Multan
34 10 Dec 2004 Bangladesh 248* 2 Won Dhaka
35 10 Dec 2005 Sri Lanka 109 1 Won New Delhi
36 18 May 2007 Bangladesh 101 1 Drawn Chittagong
37 25 May 2007 Bangladesh 122* 1 Won Mirpur
38 2 Jan 2008 Australia 154* 2 Lost Sydney
39 24 Jan 2008 Australia 153 1 Drawn Adelaide
40 6 Nov 2008 Australia 109 1 Won Nagpur
41 11 Dec 2008 England 103* 4 Won Chennai
42 18 March 2009 New Zealand 160 2 Won Hamilton
43 16 Nov 2009 Sri Lanka 100* 3 Drawn Ahmedabad
44 17 Jan 2010 Bangladesh 105* 1 Won Chittagong
45 24 Jan 2010 Bangladesh 143 2 Won Mirpur
46 6 Feb 2010 South Africa 100 3 Lost Nagpur
47 14 Feb 2010 South Africa 106 2 Won Kolkata
48 26 July 2010 Sri Lanka 203 2 Drawn Colombo
49 9 Oct 2010 Australia 214 2 Won Bangalore
50 16 Dec 2010 South Africa 111* 3 Lost Centurion
51 2 Jan 2011 South Africa 146 2 Drawn Cape Town

 

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SRT Centuries: ODI

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Tendulkar made his ODI debut in the same tour of Pakistan in 1989. And although it took him a little while to get going in ODIs in terms of centuries, he ended up with 49 centuries. The legendary batsman scored his first ODI century against Australia in 1994.

His 46th ODI century, the inning of 200* against South Africa was the first instance of a batsman scoring an ODI double-century. Tendulkar’s century against Bangladesh in the 2012 Asia Cup ended the year-long wait of his 100th century! It also turned out to be the Master Blaster’s last career 100.

Sr. No. Date Opposition Score Inning Result Venue
1 09 Sep 1994 Australia 110 1 Won Colombo
2 28 Oct 1994 New Zealand 115 2 Won Vadodara
3 11 Nov 1994 West Indies 105 1 Won Jaipur
4 9 April 1995 Sri Lanka 112* 2 Won Sharjah
5 18 Feb 1996 Kenya 127* 2 Won Cuttack
6 02 March 1996 Sri Lanka 137 1 Lost New Delhi
7 05 April 1996 Pakistan 100 1 Lost Singapore
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15 April 1996 Pakistan 118 1 Won Sharjah
9 28 Aug 1996 Sri Lanka 110 1 Lost Colombo
10 14 Dec 1996 South Africa 114 1 Won Mumbai
11 09 Feb 1997 Zimbabwe 104 2 Won Benoni
12 14 March 1997 New Zealand 117 2 Won Bangalore
13 07 April 1998 Australia 100 2 Won Kanpur
14 22 April 1998 Australia 143 2 Lost Sharjah
15 24 April 1998 Australia 134 2 Won Sharjah
16 31 May 1998 Kenya 100* 2 Won Kolkata
17 07 July 1998 Sri Lanka 128 1 Won Colombo
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26 Sep 1998 Zimbabwe 127* 2 Won Bulawayo
19 28 Oct 1998 Australia 141 1 Won Dhaka
20 08 Nov 1998 Zimbabwe 118* 2 Won Sharjah
21 13 Nov 1998 Zimbabwe 124* 2 Won Sharjah
22 23 May 1999 Kenya 140* 1 Won Bristol
23 29 Aug 1999 Sri Lanka 120 1 Won Colombo
24 08 Nov 1999 New Zealand 186* 1 Won Hyderabad
25 17 March 2000 South Africa 122 2 Won Vadodara
26 20 Oct 2000 Sri Lanka 101 1 Lost Sharjah
27 08 Dec 2000 Zimbabwe 146 1 Lost Jodhpur
28 31 March 2001 Australia 139 1 Won Indore
29 04 July 2001 West Indies 122* 2 Won Harare
30 05 Oct 2001 South Africa 101 1 Lost Johannesburg
31 24 Oct 2001 Kenya 146 1 Won Paarl
32 04 July 2002 England 105* 1 No Result Chester-Le-Street
33 11 July 2002 Sri Lanka 113 1 Won Bristol
34 23 Feb 2003 Namibia 152 1 Won Pietermaritzburg
35 26 Oct 2003 Australia 100 1 Won Gwalior
36 15 Nov 2003 New Zealand 102 1 Won Hyderabad
37 16 Mar 2004 Pakistan 141 2 Lost Rawalpindi
38 12 April 2005 Pakistan 123 1 Lost Ahmedabad
39 06 Feb 2006 Pakistan 100 1 Lost Peshawar
40 14 Sep 2006 West Indies 141 1 Lost Kuala Lumpur
41 31Jan 2007 West Indies 100* 1 Won Vadodara
42 02 March 2008 Australia 117* 2 Won Sydney
43
08 March 2009 New Zealand 163* 1 Won Christchurch
44 14 Sep 2009 Sri Lanka 138 1 Won Colombo
45 05 Nov 2009 Australia 175 2 Lost Hyderabad
46 24 Feb 2010 South Africa 200* 1 Won Gwalior
47 27 Feb 2011 England 120 1 Tied Bangalore
48 12 March 2011 South Africa 111 1 Lost Nagpur
49 16 March 2012 Bangladesh 114 1 Lost Mirpur

 

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