Top 10 Fastest Centuries Scored by Sachin Tendulkar

The “century king” of international cricket is Sachin Tendulkar of India. In international cricket, he has scored 100 centuries.

The “century king” of international cricket is Sachin Tendulkar of India. In international cricket, he has scored 100 centuries. Number two on the list of cricketers with the most centuries is Ricky Ponting. Ponting has scored 30 centuries in ODIs and 41 in tests. Veteran cricketer Virat Kohli of India is currently in third place with 68 international centuries.

Here are Tendulkar’s Centuries that he has scored the fastest:

  1. In 1990, Sachin scored his first-ever century against England at Old Trafford Stadium in Manchester.


When he was just 16 years old, young Sachin made his acting debut. Tendulkar, then 17 years old, stunned the entire cricket world with this achievement in less than a year. His incredible career began with this century, which he batted 119* not out.

  1. In a 1994 ODI against Australia at Colombo’s R. Premadasa Stadium, Sachin scored his first-ever century.

Tendulkar finally got his wish after 78 games. He scored his first century for his country in an ODI against Sri Lanka. In that specific Singer World Series match, he was also named “Man of the Match.” India won thanks to his 110 runs scored.

  1. In the 1995–1996 Pepsi Sharjah Cup, 118 against Pakistan.

Seven of Tendulkar’s 30 centuries on grounds outside of India—including Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium in the United Arab Emirates—were scored there. In the fourth Pepsi Sharjah Cup game, Tendulkar played one of his most outstanding innings.

  1. In the 1997–98 Coca-Cola Cup, a new “Desert Storm” at Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium scored 143 runs against Australia.

The entire Australian cricket team’s bowling lineup was destroyed by a Desert Storm in the Sharjah sands when India had given up all hope. India won with a stunning victory that qualified them for the finals after an inning that featured five sixes and nine fours.

  1. In the County Ground in Bristol, Tendulkar scored 140 against Kenya as a winning tribute to his father during the 1999 Cricket World Cup.

The unexpected news of Tendulkar’s father’s passing had caused a lot of emotions to run high during the 1999 World Cup. Tendulkar had previously stated his intention to skip the game. However, he did play after his mother insisted, he do so and make his father happy. Because his father would have always wanted him to play, he was strong. Three days after the tragic incident, he reached 140* (not out) and raised his bat in honor of his father.

He said, “This one’s for you, dad,” in his acceptance speech after winning the “Man of the Match” award.

  1. Tendulkar scored his highest total in a Test match against Bangladesh in 2004 at the Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka (248).

India’s victory in a four-day test match gave Tendulkar the greatest score of his career. He didn’t hit any sixes, but his innings contained 35 fours.

  1. A historic performance by Tendulkar in 2009 versus Australia at Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium: 175 runs

This century is a must-discuss while discussing Tendulkar’s memorable centuries. Tendulkar made 175 runs on 19 fours and 4 sixes. India was able to total 347 runs with the help of Suresh Raina. The aim of 351 runs was nearly reached.

  1. The first player in ODI history to score a double century, scoring 200* against South Africa in Gwalior’s Captain Roop Singh Stadium in 2010.

Tendulkar scored 200 runs to lead India to victory just as the media was speculating about his retirement plans and talking about how he was losing his form. In addition, Tendulkar was named “Man of the Match” for accomplishing the previously unthinkable.

The Superman from India, Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar, is the first man on the planet to reach 200, exclaimed an ecstatic Ravi Shastri from the commentary box.

  1. Tendulkar’s 100* against Kochi Tuskers Kerala in the 2011 IPL at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai

Tendulkar is an incredibly talented athlete. He recently demonstrated that his century in the India Premier League was truly on par with excellence. In his time, he has scored hundreds in every type of cricket match.

  1. In 2012, Tendulkar scored his 100th century against Bangladesh at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur, scoring 114.

The only cricketer to ever score 100 100s in international cricket, he played against Bangladesh in 2012 and scored 114. Tendulkar set a world record even though India lost the game.

The hopes, aspirations, and dreams of the entire country were carried by the short man Sachin Tendulkar on a single bat. Journalist and cricket analyst Harsha Bhogle wrote to Sachin Tendulkar with the following message. I was told by someone that he didn’t want you to leave because doing so would indicate that his childhood was finished. It’s not just them. When they saw you in blue, many crusty old men also turned into children, just like the child in you never grew up. You had a wonderful habit, Sachin.

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