Top 10 brilliants innings of Sachin Tendulkar in ODI matches, more double centuries in Test matches.


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If we start from the beginning of Sachin Tendulkar’s career, then Sachin Tendulkar has played very brilliant inning, whether it was Sharjah’s innings in 1998, or South Africa’s innings in 2010, or the innings played against Kenya in 1999, which was awesome. Similarly, in today’s article, we will tell you about a 10 innings, which was the best innings of Sachin Tendulkar.

First Innings

Sachin Tendulkar played the Coca-Cola Cup match against Australia on 22 April 1998, which was played in Sharjah. Australia had scored 284 runs in that match, and India was out after scoring 250 runs. But in that match, Sachin Tendulkar scored a brilliant 143 runs. And he faced 131 balls to make a score of 123 runs. And for this he hit 9 fours and 5 sixes.

Second Innings

In the second test match being played with Zimbabwe, on 26 November 2000, Sachin Tendulkar scored 201 runs against Zimbabwe. To increase these friends 1 run, Sachin Tendulkar faced 281 balls, and hit 27 fours. In this match, the Indian cricket team scored 609 runs in 6 days. And Zimbabwe scored 503 runs in 6 days, but Sachin Tendulkar scored 201 runs in a single innings.

Third Innings

On 1 November 1999, the third Test match of the Indian cricket team was going on in Ahmedabad with New Zealand. And in this match, the Indian cricket team scored 583 runs in 7 days. And the New Zealand cricket team had scored 308 runs. In this third test match, Sachin Tendulkar scored 217 runs in 344 balls. And for that he had hit 29 fours. It was a very brilliant innings of Sachin Tendulkar in which Sachin Tendulkar was captaining.

Fourth Innings

On 5 January 2004, India’s fourth Test match was going on in the Sydney ground in Australia tour. Sachin Tendulkar played a brilliant innings of 241 runs for the Indian cricket team in the fourth test match. Here Sachin Tendulkar had scored an unbeaten 241 runs in 436 balls and for this he had hit 33 fours, in the same VVS Laxman also scored 178 runs.

Fifth Innings

On 10 December 2004, Sachin Tendulkar scored an unbeaten 248 runs in the first Test match of that tournament for the Indian cricket team in Bangladesh tour. In this match, Sachin Tendulkar scored 278 runs in 379 balls, for which he hit 35 fours.

Sixth Innings

Playing against the Sri Lankan cricket team, the Indian team played an innings of 203 runs against Sri Lanka at the Colombo ground in the tour of Sri Lanka on 27 July 2010.

To make those 203 runs, Sachin Tendulkar faced 347 balls, and Sachin Tendulkar hit 23 fours and a six. In this brilliant innings, Virender Sehwag scored 99 runs in 101 balls, and Suresh Raina scored 120 runs.

Seventh Inning

Sachin Tendulkar played an unbeaten 200 runs for the Indian cricket team on 24 February 2010 against South Africa in the tour of South Africa. In this ODI match, Sachin Tendulkar scored 200 runs in 147 balls, for which he hit 25 fours and 3 sixes. Sachin Tendulkar scored the most runs among all the players, and the match was won by the Indian cricket team.

Eighth Inning

On 8 March 2009, during the Indian cricket team’s tour of New Zealand, the Indian cricket team scored 392 runs in their third ODI match. And in the same match, Sachin Tendulkar played a brilliant innings of 163 runs in 133 balls, and retired hurt in this too. He hit 16 fours and 5 sixes to play an innings of 133 runs. Yuvraj Singh scored the highest 87 runs after Sachin Tendulkar.

Ninth Innings

On 8 November 1999, during the New Zealand cricket team’s tour of India, Sachin Tendulkar played an innings of 186 runs in 150 balls for the Indian cricket team in the second ODI match at Hyderabad ground. He hit 20 fours and 3 sixes to make this innings of 186 runs. Sachin Tendulkar scored an unbeaten 186 runs.

Tenth Innings

Sachin Tendulkar played a brilliant innings of 141 runs in the second ODI match during India’s tour of Pakistan on 16 March 2004 at Rawalpindi ground. Sachin Tendulkar faced 135 balls to score 141 runs. Sachin Tendulkar used 17 fours and 1 six to score 141 runs.


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Vishal Kumawat
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