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List of Sachin Tendulkar's ODI centuries

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List of Sachin Tendulkar's ODI centuries

Bangalore, Dec 23: Sachin Tendulkar retired from One Day cricket on Sunday (December 23). He finished with 49 hundreds in the 50-over format.

Photos: Tendulkar's best moments; Tendulkar's records in ODIs

Tendulkar's first century came against Australia in September, 1994 in Colombo and his 49th and final ODI ton was scored against Bangladesh in March, 2012. The Master Blaster played a record 463 ODIs for India.

Here is the list of Tendulkar's 49 hundreds (most in ODI history)

1. 110 Vs Australia, Colombo (RPS), 9 Sep 1994

2. 115 Vs New Zealand, Vadodara, 28 Oct 1994

3. 105 Vs West Indies, Jaipur, 11 Nov 1994

4. 112* Vs Sri Lanka, Sharjah, 9 Apr 1995

5. 127* Vs Kenya, Cuttack, 18 Feb 1996

6. 137 Vs Sri Lanka, Delhi, 2 Mar 1996

7. 100 Vs Pakistan, Singapore, 5 Apr 1996

8. 118 Vs Pakistan, Sharjah, 15 Apr 1996

9. 110 Vs Sri Lanka, Colombo (RPS), 28 Aug 1996

10. 114 Vs South Africa, Mumbai, 14 Dec 1996

11. 104 Vs Zimbabwe, Benoni, 9 Feb 1997

12. 117 Vs New Zealand, Bangalore, 14 May 1997

13. 100 Vs Australia, Kanpur, 7 Apr 1998

14. 143 Vs Australia, Sharjah, 22 Apr 1998

15. 134 Vs Australia, Sharjah, 24 Apr 1998

16. 100* Vs Kenya, Kolkata, 31 May 1998

17. 128 Vs Sri Lanka, Colombo (RPS), 7 Jul 1998

18. 127* Vs Zimbabwe, Bulawayo, 26 Sep 1998

19. 141 Vs Australia, Dhaka, 28 Oct 1998

20. 118* Vs Zimbabwe, Sharjah, 8 Nov 1998

21. 124* Vs Zimbabwe, Sharjah, 13 Nov 1998

22. 140* Vs Kenya, Bristol, 23 May 1999

23. 120 Vs Sri Lanka, Colombo (SSC), 29 Aug 1999

24. 186* Vs New Zealand, Hyderabad, 8 Nov 1999

25. 122 Vs South Africa, Vadodara, 17 Mar 2000

26. 101 Vs Sri Lanka, Sharjah, 20 Oct 2000

27. 146 Vs Zimbabwe, Jodhpur, 8 Dec 2000

28. 139 Vs Australia, Indore, 31 Mar 2001

29. 122* Vs West Indies, Harare, 4 Jul 2001

30. 101 Vs South Africa, Johannesburg, 5 Oct 2001

31. 146 Vs Kenya, Paarl, 24 Oct 2001

32. 105* Vs England, Chester-le-Street, 4 Jul 2002

33. 113 Vs Sri Lanka, Bristol, 11 Jul 2002

34. 152 Vs Namibia, Pietermaritzburg, 23 Feb 2003

35. 100 Vs Australia, Gwalior, 26 Oct 2003

36. 102 Vs New Zealand, Hyderabad, 15 Nov 2003

37. 141 Vs Pakistan, Rawalpindi, 16 Mar 2004

38. 123 Vs Pakistan, Ahmedabad, 12 Apr 2005

39. 100 Vs Pakistan, Peshawar, 6 Feb 2006

40. 141* Vs West Indies, Kuala Lumpur, 14 Sep 2006

41. 100* Vs West Indies, Vadodara, 31 Jan 2007

42. 117* Vs Australia, Sydney, 2 Mar 2008

43. 163* Vs New Zealand, Christchurch, 8 Mar 2009

44. 138 Vs Sri Lanka, Colombo (RPS), 14 Sep 2009

45. 175 Vs Australia, Hyderabad, 5 Nov 2009

46. 200* Vs South Africa, Gwalior, 24 Feb 2010

47. 120 Vs England, Bangalore, 27 Feb 2011

48. 111 Vs South Africa, Nagpur, 12 Mar 2011

49. 114 Vs Bangladesh, Dhaka, 16 Mar 2012

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Story first published:  Sunday, December 23, 2012, 15:12 [IST]
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