Sachin Tendulkar ODI Centuries List | Happy Birthday Sachin

Sachin Tendulkar ODI Centuries List | Happy Birthday Sachin: Sachin Tendulkar is arguably one of the greatest cricketer of all time. In his illustrious career, he played 463 ODI matches for team India and scored 18,426 runs with a batting average of 44.83. He scored 49 Hundreds and 96 fifties with the highest score of 200*. he is the first ever batsman to score a double century in a One Day International match.

On the account of Sachin Tendulkar birthday, Here in this post, we have made an attempt to provide important details of Sachin Tendulkar ODI Centuries.

 Sachin Tendulkar ODI Centuries List

Sachin Tendulkar ODI Centuries and Match Results

1. Runs: 110 [130 Balls]

4s: 8, 6s: 2, SR: 84.61
Dismissal: b Craig McDermott
Position: 2, Innings: 1
Match: Australia v India
Series: Singer World Series
Venue: R. Premadasa Stadium
Location: Colombo, Sri Lanka
Date: 9 September 1994
Result: India won by 31 runs

2. Runs: 115 [136 Balls]

4s: 9, 6s: 0, SR: 84.55
Dismissal: Run Out
Position: 2, Innings: 2
Match: India v New Zealand
Series: Wills World Series
Venue: I.P.C.L. Sports Complex Ground
Location: Baroda, India
Date: 28 October 1994
Result: India won by 7 wickets

3. Runs: 105 [134 Balls]

4s: 10, 6s: 0, SR: 78.35
Dismissal: c Jimmy Adams b Barrington Browne
Position: 2, Innings: 1
Match: India v West Indies
Series: Wills World Series
Venue: Sawai Mansingh Stadium
Location: Jaipur, India
Date: 11 November 1994
Result: India won by 5 runs

4. Runs: 112 [107 Balls]

4s: 15, 6s: 1, SR: 104.67
Dismissal: Not Out
Position: 2, Innings: 2
Match: India v Sri Lanka
Tournament: Pepsi Asia Cup
Venue: Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium
Location: Sharjah, UAE
Date: 9 April 1995
Result: India won by 8 wickets

5. Runs: 127 [138 Balls]

4s: 15, 6s: 1, SR: 92.02
Dismissal: Not Out
Position: 2, Innings: 2
Match: India v  Kenya
Tournament: Wills World Cup
Venue: Barabati Stadium
Location: Cuttack, India
Date: 18 February 1996
Result: India won by 7 wickets

6. Runs: 137 [137 Balls]

4s: 8, 6s: 5, SR: 100
Dismissal: Run Out
Position: 2, Innings: 1
Match: India v Sri Lanka
Tournament: Wills World Cup
Venue: India Feroz Shah Kotla
Location: New Delhi, India
Date: 2 March 1996
Result: Sri Lanka won by 6 wickets

7. Runs: 100 [111 Balls]

4s: 9, 6s: 1, SR: 90.09
Dismissal: st Rashid Latif b Saqlain Mushtaq
Position: 2, Innings: 1
Match: India v  Pakistan
Tournament: Singer Cup
Venue: The Padang
Location: Singapore
Date: 5 April 1996
Result: Pakistan won by 8 wickets

8. Runs: 118 [140 Balls]

4s: 8, 6s: 2, SR: 84.28
Dismissal: c Aamer Sohail b Waqar Younis
Position: 2, Innings: 1
Match: India v  Pakistan
Tournament: Pepsi Sharjah Cup
Venue: Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium,
Location: Sharjah, UAE
Date: 15 April 1996
Result: India won by 28 runs

9. Runs: 110 [138 Balls]

4s: 5, 6s: 1, SR: 79.71
Dismissal: Run Out
Position: 2, Innings: 1
Match: India v   Sri Lanka
Series: Singer World Series
Venue: R. Premadasa Stadium
Location: Colombo, Sri Lanka
Date: 28 August 1996
Result: Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets

10. Runs: 114 [126 Balls]

4s: 14, 6s: 0, SR: 90.47
Dismissal: st Gary Kirsten b Nicky Boje
Position: 1, Innings: 1
Match: India v South Africa
Series: Mohinder Amarnath Benefit Match
Venue: Wankhede Stadium
Location: Mumbai, India
Date: 14 December 1996
Result: India won by 74 runs

11. Runs: 104 [97 Balls]

4s: 8, 6s: 1, SR: 107.21
Dismissal: c Alistair Campbell b Craig Evans
Position: 1, Innings: 1
Match: India v Zimbabwe
Series: Standard Bank
Venue: Willowmoore Park
Location: Benoni, South Africa
Date: 9 February 1997
Result: India won by 6 wickets

12. Runs: 117 [137 Balls]

4s: 13, 6s: 2, SR: 85.4
Dismissal: b Nathan Astle
Position: 2, Innings: 2
Match: India v New Zealand
Tournament: Pepsi Independence Cup
Venue: M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Location: Bangalore, India
Date: 14 May 1997
Result: India won by 8 wickets

13. Runs: 100 [89 Balls]

4s: 5, 6s: 7, SR: 112.35
Dismissal: c sub b Shane Warne
Position: 2, Innings: 2
Match: India v Australia
Series: Pepsi Triangular Series
Venue: Green Park Stadium
Location: Kanpur, India
Date: 7 April 1998
Result: India won by 6 wickets

14. Runs: 143 [131 Balls]

4s: 9, 6s: 5, SR: 109.16
Dismissal: c Adam Gilchrist b Damien Fleming
Position: 2, Innings: 2
Match: India v Australia
Tournament: Coca-Cola Cup
Venue: Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium
Location: Sharjah, UAE
Date: 22 April 1998
Result: Australia won by 26 runs

15. Runs: 134 [131 Balls]

4s: 12, 6s: 3, SR: 102.29
Dismissal: lbw b Michael Kasprowicz
Position: 2, Innings: 2
Match: India v Australia
Tournament: Coca-Cola Cup
Venue: Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium
Location: Sharjah, UAE
Date: 24 April 1998
Result: India won by 6 wickets

List of Sachin Tendulkar One Day International Hundreds

No. Score Against Date Result
1 110  Australia 9-Sep-94 Won
2 115  New Zealand 28-Oct-94 Won
3 105  West Indies 11-Nov-94 Won
4 112*  Sri Lanka 9-Apr-95 Won
5 127*  Kenya 18-Feb-96 Won
6 137  Sri Lanka 2-Mar-96 Lost
7 100  Pakistan 5-Apr-96 Lost
8 118  Pakistan 15-Apr-96 Won
9 110  Sri Lanka 28-Aug-96 Lost
10 114  South Africa 14-Dec-96 Won
11 104  Zimbabwe 9-Feb-97 Won
12 117  New Zealand 14-May-97 Won
13 100  Australia 7-Apr-98 Won
14 143  Australia 22-Apr-98 Lost
15 134  Australia 24-Apr-98 Won
16 100*  Kenya 31-May-98 Won
17 128  Sri Lanka 7-Jul-98 Won
18 127*  Zimbabwe 26-Sep-98 Won
19 141  Australia 28-Oct-98 Won
20 118*  Zimbabwe 8-Nov-98 Won
21 124*  Zimbabwe 13-Nov-98 Won
22 140*  Kenya 23-May-99 Won
23 120  Sri Lanka 29-Aug-99 Won
24 186*  New Zealand 8-Nov-99 Won
25 122  South Africa 17-Mar-00 Won
26 101  Sri Lanka 20-Oct-00 Lost
27 146  Zimbabwe 8-Dec-00 Lost
28 139  Australia 31-Mar-01 Won
29 122*  West Indies 4-Jul-01 Won
30 101  South Africa 5-Oct-01 Lost
31 146  Kenya 24-Oct-01 Won
32 105*  England 4-Jul-02 N/R
33 113  Sri Lanka 11-Jul-02 Won
34 152  Namibia 23-Feb-03 Won
35 100  Australia 26-Oct-03 Won
36 102  New Zealand 15-Nov-03 Won
37 141  Pakistan 16-Mar-04 Lost
38 123  Pakistan 12-Apr-05 Lost
39 100  Pakistan 6-Feb-06 Lost
40 141*  West Indies 14-Sep-06 Lost
41 100*  West Indies 31-Jan-07 Won
42 117*  Australia 2-Mar-08 Won
43 163*  New Zealand 8-Mar-09 Won
44 138  Sri Lanka 14-Sep-09 Won
45 175  Australia 5-Nov-09 Lost
46 200*  South Africa 24-Feb-10 Won
47 120  England 27-Feb-11 Tied
48 111  South Africa 12-Mar-11 Lost
49 114  Bangladesh 16-Mar-12 Lost

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