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Sachin Tendulkar Centuries: Test, ODI, T20I & IPL Centuries List In Detail

Sachin Tendulkar, one of the greatest batsmen to ever play cricket has the most number of centuries record to his name. Besides this, he also has many extraordinary records which no one has yet broken even after the several years of his retirement.

1973 born debuted for India at just the age of 16 on 15th November 1989 against Pakistan in Karachi. However, his debut match was a drawn and he only came to bat in the first innings where he scored 15 runs off 24 balls before getting bowled out by Waqar Younis, but that was just the start of his career.

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The day when Sachin Tendulkar took retirement from Cricket. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Before taking the retirement from all forms of cricket on November 16, 2013, Tendulkar amassed a total of 34,357 runs in 664 matches that he played across all the formats, he also has the record of scoring 100 centuries. He is above 6,000 runs ahead of the player who holds the second position for the highest runs across all formats. Meanwhile, he just played one T20I in his career in 2006 against South Africa where he scored 10 runs off 12 deliveries.

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List Of Content Provided Below:

1. Sachin Tendulkar 100 Centuries Record

2. Test Centuries – 51

3. ODI Centuries – 49

4. IPL Centuries – 1

5. List of All 100 Centuries by Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar 100 Centuries Record


Sachin Tendulkar who is also famously known as the Master Blaster achieved the record of 100 centuries across all formats in the ODI match played against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup 2012 where he scored 114 runs off 147 deliveries. He has scored a total of 51 centuries in Test cricket and 49 in One Day cricket. He is the only player in the world to achieve the 100 centuries mark in international cricket.

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Out of the 100 centuries, Sachin has smashed 20 against Australia which is the highest number of centuries against a country by any player. He has also scored 6707 runs against Australia including Test and ODI’s. Besides that, he has also scored 17 and 12 centuries against Sri Lanka and South Africa respectively.

Sachin Tendulkar and Team India after winning the 2011 ODI World Cup. © AFP

1998 was the year when he scored the highest number of centuries in a single year. He took over the world with his 12 centuries, 9 in ODI’s & 3 in Test matches. With the highest number of centuries (12), he scored 2541 runs, his individual best in a calendar year. Other than that, he also scored 8 centuries in a single year in 1996, 1999, and 2010.

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Out of those 100 centuries, India won 53 times whereas 20 centuries ended in a draw, and the rest of the centuries came in a losing cause.

Test Centuries – 51

Sachin Tendulkar after hitting his maiden Test Century in 1990. (Photo Credit: BCCI)

When it comes to the toughest format of the game, Sachin Tendulkar also rules it with his 51 centuries and 68 half-centuries in 200 Test matches. He is the only batsman to have 50 or more centuries in this format. The second on the list is South Africa’s all-rounder Jacques Kallis who scored 45 centuries in Test cricket before getting retired.

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The little master Sachin Tendulkar has scored the highest 15921 runs in Test cricket in 200 matches (329 innings) which is also the most number of matches played by any cricket in their Test career. In his 24 years long career, he ended up with a Test average of 53.78, with a personal best of 248 not out against Bangladesh in Dhaka, 2004.

Sachin Tendulkar. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

In August 1990, Tendulkar scored his maiden Test hundred at the age of just 17 against England in Manchester and became the second youngest cricketer after Pakistan’s Mushtaq Mohammad to smash a century in international cricket. The young Tendulkar impressed everyone with his 119* knock and saved India from a defeat.

India lost only 11 times despite Sachin scoring a century while 20 centuries helped India win and the other 20 came in a drawn cause. He smashed 11 Test centuries alone against Australia in 39 matches, scoring 3630 runs at an average of 55 and a best of 241* in Sydney, 2004.

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He crossed the 1000 run mark 6 times (1997, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2008 & 2010) in a calendar year with 1562 runs in 14 matches including 7 centuries in the year 2010 being his highest in a single year.

Double Centuries – 6

Sachin Tendulkar’s first Double Century came against New Zealand. (Photo Credit: BCCI)

Sachin Tendulkar has scored a total of 6 double centuries in his Test career. The first one came against New Zealand at Ahmedabad in 1999 where he scored 217 runs, however, the match resulted in a draw. Later on, he slammed 2 double centuries against Australia (241* & 214) and one each against Zimbabwe (201), Bangladesh (248*), and Sri Lanka (203).

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Meanwhile, whenever Sachin smashed a double century India didn’t lose a single match, the team won 2 out of those 6 matches while the other 4 were drawn.

Last Test match of Sachin Tendulkar. (Photo Credit: BCCI)

He played his last (200th) test match against West Indies in Mumbai on November 16 (2013), where he scored 74 runs before getting out to the left-arm spinner Narsingh Deonarine.

ODI Centuries – 49

Sachin Tendulkar’s maiden ODI Century came in 1994 vs Australia. (Photo Credit: BCCI)

With 49 Centuries, Sachin Tendulkar holds the record for the most centuries in One Day Internationals also. He started his ODI career on 18 December 1989 against Pakistan in Gujranwala, unfortunately, he was dismissed for a duck on his second delivery of the match by Waqar Younis.

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The first few years were not easy for him in this format as he registered his maiden ODI century almost after five years of his debut. He scored 110 runs in 130 balls in his 79th ODI match against Australia on 9th September 1994 in Colombo, with the help of his century India defeated Australia by 31 runs.

Thereafter, one of the greatest players of the 50-over format goes on to play 463 matches in his 24-year-old cricketing career and scored 18,426 runs at an average of 44.83 including 49 centuries and 96 half-centuries.

Sachin Tendulkar 200* vs South Africa in 2010. (Photo Credit: BCCI)

India won 33 times, out of his 49 centuries. He scored 17 of his centuries while chasing and India won 14 times. He is also the first cricketer to smash the first-ever double century in ODIs, scoring an unbeaten 200 off just 147 deliveries with 25 fours and 3 sixes against South Africa in Gwalior on February 24, 2010. India posted a total of 401 on the board and won the match by 153 runs by bowling South Africa all out to just 248 runs.

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His century against Australia at Sharjah in 1998, famously known as the Desert Storm is one of his best ODI centuries where he slammed Australian bowler and scored 143 runs at a strike rate of 109.16 with 9 fours and 5 sixes. Unfortunately, he didn’t get any support from other batters and India lost the match by 26 runs.

Sachin Tendulkar after hitting a century. (Photo Credit: BCCI)

Tendulkar scored 20 centuries while playing at home. 9 out of his 49 ODI centuries came against Australia followed by 8 versus Sri Lanka, and 5 each against Pakistan, Zimbabwe, New Zealand & South Africa. He scored more than a thousand runs in his career, in the years 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2003 & 2007.

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In 1998, he amassed 1894 in 33 matches at a staggering average of 65.31 including 9 centuries, 7 half-centuries, and a high score of 143. He also has the most number of half-centuries (96) in ODI.

IPL Centuries – 1

Sachin Tendulkar’s one and only IPL century came against Kochi Tuskers in 2011. (Photo Credit: IPL)

The Master Blaster has also played for the Mumbai Indians franchise in the Indian Premier League. In a 6-years long IPL career, he played 78 matches and scored 2334 runs at an average of 34.84. He scored his one and only IPL century against the newly introduced team Kochi Tuskers in the year 2011.

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Sachin smashed an unbeaten 100 off just 66 deliveries, helping Mumbai post a total of 182 on board which was later chased down by Kochi with 8 wickets in hand and 6 balls to spare.

List of All 51 Test Centuries by Sachin Tendulkar

S. No.DateAgainstScoreInningVenueResult
19 Aug 1990England119*4thManchesterDrawn
22 Jan 1992Australia148*2ndSydneyDrawn
31 Feb 1992Australia1142ndPerthLost
426 Nov 1992South Africa1112ndJohannesburgDrawn
511 Feb 1993England1651stChennaiWon
627 July 1993Sri Lanka104*3rdColomboWon
718 Jan 1994Sri Lanka1421stLucknowWon
81 Dec 1994West Indies1791stNagpurDrawn
96 June 1996England1223rdBirminghamLost
104 July 1996England1771stNottinghamDrawn
112 Jan 1997South Africa1692ndCape TownLost
122 Aug 1997Sri Lanka1431stColomboDrawn
139 Aug 1997Sri Lanka1392ndColomboDrawn
143 Dec 1997Sri Lanka1481stMumbaiDrawn
156 March 1998Australia155*3rdChennaiWon
1625 March 1998Australia1771stBangaloreLost
1726 Dec 1998New Zealand1133rdWellingtonLost
1828 Jan 1999Pakistan1364thChennaiLost
1924 Feb 1999Sri Lanka124*3rdColomboDrawn
2010 Oct 1999New Zealand126*3rdMohaliDrawn
2129 Oct 1999New Zealand2171stAhmedabadDrawn
2226 Dec 1999Australia1162ndMelbourneLost
2318 Nov 2000Zimbabwe1222ndNew DelhiWon
2425 Nov 2000Zimbabwe201*1stNagpurDrawn
2518 March 2001Australia1262ndChennaiWon
263 Nov 2001South Africa1551stBloemfonteinLost
2711 Dec 2001England1032ndAhmedabadDrawn
2821 Feb 2002Zimbabwe1762ndNagpurWon
2919 April 2002West Indies1171stPort of SpainWon
3022 Aug 2002England1931stLeedsWon
3130 Oct 2002West Indies1763rdKolkataDrawn
322 Jan 2004Australia241*1stSydneyDrawn
3328 March 2004Pakistan194*1stMultanWon
3410 Dec 2004Bangladesh248*2ndDhakaWon
3510 Dec 2005Sri Lanka1091stNew DelhiWon
3618 May 2007Bangladesh1011stChittagongDrawn
3725 May 2007Bangladesh122*1stMirpurWon
382 Jan 2008Australia154*2ndSydneyLost
3924 Jan 2008Australia1531stAdelaideDrawn
406 Nov 2008Australia1091stNagpurWon
4111 Dec 2008England103*4thChennaiWon
4218 March 2009New Zealand1602ndHamiltonWon
4316 Nov 2009Sri Lanka100*3rdAhmedabadDrawn
4417 Jan 2010Bangladesh105*1stChittagongWon
4524 Jan 2010Bangladesh1432ndMirpurWon
466 Feb 2010South Africa1003rdNagpurLost
4714 Feb 2010South Africa1062ndKolkataWon
4826 July 2010Sri Lanka2032ndColomboDrawn
499 Oct 2010Australia2142ndBangaloreWon
5016 Dec 2010South Africa111*3rdCenturionLost
512 Jan 2011South Africa1462ndCape TownDrawn

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List of All 49 ODI Centuries by Sachin Tendulkar

S. No.DateAgainstScoreInningVenueResult
1Sep 9, 1994Australia1101stColomboWon
2Oct 28, 1994New Zealand1152ndVadodaraWon
3Nov 11, 1994West Indies1051stJaipurWon
4Apr 9, 1995Sri Lanka112*2ndSharjahWon
5Feb 18, 1996Kenya127*2ndCuttackWon
6Mar 2, 1996Sri Lanka1371stNew DelhiLost
7Apr 5, 1996Pakistan1001stSingaporeLost
8Apr 15, 1996Pakistan1181stSharjahWon
9Aug 28, 1996Sri Lanka1101stColomboLost
10Dec 14, 1996South Africa1141stMumbaiWon
11Feb 9, 1997Zimbabwe1042ndBenoniWon
12Mar 14, 1997New Zealand1172ndBangaloreWon
13Apr 7, 1998Australia1002ndKanpurWon
14Apr 22, 1998Australia1432ndSharjahLost
15Apr 24, 1998Australia1342ndSharjahWon
16May 31, 1998Kenya100*2ndKolkataWon
17Jul 7, 1998Sri Lanka1281stColomboWon
18Sep 26, 1998Zimbabwe127*2ndBulawayoWon
19Oct 28, 1998Australia1411stDhakaWon
20Nov 8, 1998Zimbabwe118*2ndSharjahWon
21Nov 13, 1998Zimbabwe124*2ndSharjahWon
22May 23, 1999Kenya140*1stBristolWon
23Aug 29, 1999Sri Lanka1201stColomboWon
24Nov 8, 1999New Zealand186*1stHyderabadWon
25Mar 17, 2000South Africa1222ndVadodaraWon
26Oct 20, 2000Sri Lanka1011stSharjahLost
27Dec 8, 2000Zimbabwe1461stJodhpurLost
28Mar 31, 2001Australia1391stIndoreWon
29Jul 4, 2001West Indies122*2ndHarareWon
30Oct 5, 2001South Africa1011stJohannesburgLost
31Oct 24, 2001Kenya1461stPaarlWon
32Jul 4, 2002England105*1stChester-le-StreetNo Result
33Jul 11, 2002Sri Lanka1131stBristolWon
34Feb 23, 2003Namibia1521stPietermaritzburgWon
35Oct 26, 2003Australia1001stGwaliorWon
36Nov 15, 2003New Zealand1021stHyderabadWon
37Mar 16, 2004Pakistan1412ndRawalpindiLost
38Apr 12, 2005Pakistan1231stAhmedabadLost
39Feb 6, 2006Pakistan1001stPeshawarLost
40Sep 14, 2006West Indies1411stKuala LumpurLost
41Jan 31, 2007West Indies100*1stVadodaraWon
42Mar 2, 2008Australia117*2ndSydneyWon
43Mar 8, 2009New Zealand163*1stChristchurchWon
44Sep 14, 2009Sri Lanka1381stColomboWon
45Nov 5, 2009Australia1752ndHyderabadLost
46Feb 24, 2010South Africa200*1stGwaliorWon
47Feb 27, 2011England1201stBangaloreTied
48Mar 12, 2011South Africa1111stNagpurLost
49Mar 16, 2012Bangladesh1141stMirpurLost

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