. Match : England Vs IndiaVenue : Old Trafford, Manchester : Year 1990The first signs of greatness were shown from the Little Master at Old Trafford. Sachin Tendulkar's first Test match ton helped India gain a draw from a potentially slippery position in the 2nd Test, India vs England in 1990. He made 119 runs in his debut match.
. Match : Australia Vs IndiaVenue : Sydney Cricket Ground : Year 1992His reputation gaining momentum, the young prodigy showed remarkable character as he stamped two hundreds in Sydney. The 3rd Test match ended in a draw even as Sachin scored 148 not out in India vs Australia in 1992.
. Match : Australia Vs IndiaVenue : WACA, Perth : Year 1992Tendulkar came as a picture of concentration and calm, when most of the batsmen squirmed away from the bouncers and were unable to cope with the extra pace of the Perth wicket. His famous knock of 114 will be remembered as India lost the 5th Test match by 38 runs against Australia in 1992.
. Match : South Africa Vs IndiaVenue : New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg : Year 1992The pacy Johannesburg track South Africa led by Allan Donald blew away the Indian batting order. All the Indians were ducking, weaving and edging, except Sachin Tendulkar. Out of India's first innings score 227, 111 belonged to Tendulkar. This was India vs South Africa, 2nd Test in 1992.
. Match : India Vs EnglandVenue : MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Madras : Year 1993The first Test ton by Sachin on home soil. India piled on a total in excess of 500, which largely came off the bat of Tendulkar's masterful 165 runs. India won by an innings and 22 runs in the 3rd Test vs England in 1993.
. Match : India Vs Sri LankaVenue : Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo : Year 1993India set a massive 472-run target against the Lankans as Sachin set an unbeaten century score of 104. India won the match by 235 runs against Sri Lanka in 1993.
. Match : India Vs Sri LankaVenue : KD Singh Babu Stadium, Lucknow : Year 1994Tendulkar and India tormented Sri Lanka as Tendulkar scored a brilliant century. The visitors went down as India won by an Innings and 119 runs in the first test in 1994. Sachin made 142 runs in this match.
. Match : India Vs AustraliaVenue : R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo : Year 1994After 78 ODIs came the ODI knock against Australia which got a hundred, 110 runs innings. Thus followed the many ODI centuries.
. Match : India Vs New ZealandVenue : IPCL Sports Complex Ground, Baroda : Year 1994In the 3rd ODI from the Wills World Series in 1994, New Zealand had piled up a huge total of 269 but it was nowhere to stand infront of Tendulkar's century score of 115. India eventually won the match by 7 wickets.
. Match : India Vs West IndiesVenue : Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur : Year 1994The ODI series against West Indies in 1994, saw India on top with a 4-1 clean sweep. Tendulkar had piled up a century and 2 fifties making him the Man of the Series. The little master scored 105 runs.
. Match : India Vs West IndiesVenue : Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur : Year 1994India made a massive 546 runs in the first innings with Tendulkar's 179, the highest test score then. The little Master hit a six of Courtney Walsh to bring his century. The match ended in a draw.
. Match : India Vs Sri LankaVenue : Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium : Year 1995During the Pepsi Asia Cup in 1995, Sachin scored a very pacy 112 as he led India to victory. Chasing a modest target of 203, this became his first ODI at Sharjah. Sachin scored 112 runs in this match.
. Match : India Vs KenyaVenue : Barabati Stadium, Cuttack : Year 1996India stormed into the 1996 World Cup in some style as India defeated Kenya by 7 wickets in the 6th ODI. This was his first century in the World Cup as Sachin scored 127 runs.
. Match : India Vs Sri LankaVenue : Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 1996With going in his top gear, Sachin smashed a fiery knock of 137 runs off 137 balls, setting a huge total. The game ended in a Lanka win, as Jayasuriya stepped up to the task and took Sri Lanka to victory.
. Match : India Vs PakistanVenue : The Padang, Singapore : Year 1996The first ton Sachin delivered against Pakistan ended in a huge defeat. Sachin played a glorious innings of 100 runs as other batsmen fell quickly. India was bowled out for a total of 226 runs.
. Match : India Vs PakistanVenue : Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium : Year 1996This match turned out to be a grudge match amongst the other matches in the Sharjah Cup of 1996. India finally got a sweet revenge for their defeat in Singapore as they piled up a total above 300 runs backed by Sachin's 118.
. Match : England Vs IndiaVenue : Edgbaston, Birmingham : Year 1996As the Indian innings fell quickly, Sachin rose to the task as he scored 122 runs in the 1st Test of 1996 Tour. While Sachin was the only batsman to score a century, the others merely couldn't even cross 20 runs. England won the match comprehensively.
. Match : England Vs IndiaVenue : Trent Bridge, Nottingham : Year 1996In the 3rd test of the 1996 Tour of England, with the help of Ganguly and Tendulkar; India posted a mammoth target of 500 plus. The pitch turned out to be batsmen favoring as both Ganguly - Tendulkar posted centuries. Tendulkar scored 177 runs, the match was a tie.
. Match : India Vs Sri LankaVenue : R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo : Year 1996In the 2nd ODI of the Singer World Series in 1996, Tendulkar played a captain's innings as he fired a quick knock of 110. India lost that match as the other batsmen failed to put any substantial score on the board.
. Match : India Vs South AfricaVenue : Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai : Year 1996Like any other batsmen, Tendulkar too suffered from a period of drought. But he soon ended this by scoring 114 runs against South Africa in the Mohinder Amarnath Benefit Match ODI in the year 1996. India won the match by 74 runs.
. Match : India Vs South AfricaVenue : Newlands, Cape Town : Year 1997When India went to South Africa in 1997, India lost the first test by a huge margin.The 2nd test match was about to go the same way had it not been for Azhar and Tendulkar who lashed the opposition bowlers. Sachin scored a 169 runs in this match.
. Match : India Vs ZimbabweVenue : Willowmoore Park, Benoni : Year 1997To the enter into the finasl of the Standard Bank International ODI Series, India needed to win against Zimbabwe. With a goal in mind India set out in the field as Sachin scored 104 runs and India won the match by 6 wickets.
. Match : India Vs New ZealandVenue : M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore : Year 1997In the 3rd ODI of the Pepsi Independence Cup, Sachin tore apart the New Zealnd bowlers and led India to victory with his brilliant stroke playing. He went on to score 117 runs, as India beat NZ by 8 wickets.
. Match : Sri Lanka Vs IndiaVenue : R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo : Year 1997India played Sri Lanka in 1997 tour. In the 1st test Tendulkar worked the ball in all corners of the park as he completed a score of 143. In reply Sri Lanka scored 952 runs, but the match ended in a tie.
. Match : Sri Lanka Vs IndiaVenue : Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo : Year 1997In the same tour of 1997, the second test match too ended in a draw. Though Sachin made the most of it by scoring a quick knock of 139.
. Match : India Vs Sri LankaVenue : Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai : Year 1997When Sri Lanka came to India this time, the hosts brought the party home as Tendulkar and Ganguly batted gloriously. Tendulkar and Ganguly went on to post centuries, 148 and 173 resp.
. Match : India Vs AustraliaVenue : MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai : Year 1998Said to be the famous battle of Spin vs Hit, Shane Warne's leg spinner had no answer to Sachin's hitting as he smashed every ball that came on to the leg stump. This was the second innings of the First test match of 1998 series, while the First innings saw the Leggy dismiss the Little Master very cheaply. Indeed a comeback by Sachin to score a century stand of 1
. Match : India Vs AustraliaVenue : M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore : Year 1998In the 3rd Test of the 1998 series, Australia would succumb to the same pressure as how to dismiss Sachin. The Maestro scored a century (177runs) but unfortunately India lost the match.
. Match : India Vs AustraliaVenue : Green Park, Kanpur : Year 1998This time in the 4th ODI of the Triangular series in 1998, Sachin hammered his way to his 13th ODI century maintaining his command over the Aussies. India won the match by 6 wickets.
. Match : India Vs New ZealandVenue : Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium : Year 1998A classic knock by Tendulkar in the 6th ODI of Coca Cola Cup 1998, which still rings in the mind of cricketing fans. Tendulkar stormed past the NZ bowling and scored a mammoth score of 143 to lead India into the final.
. Match : India Vs AustraliaVenue : Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium : Year 1998With Sachin celebrating his 25th birthday, he went head first into the Aussie attack and scored a blistering match winning knock of 134 in the Coca Cola Cup Final of 1998.
. Match : India Vs KenyaVenue : Eden Gardens, Calcutta : Year 1998The Coca Cola Triangular series final of 1998 saw yet another victorious act by Sachin. The Kenyans had no reply to Sachin's batting as he posted an unbeaten 100 runs, and India won the match.
. Match : Sri Lanka Vs IndiaVenue : R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo : Year 1998The Singer-Akai Nidahas Trophy - final, saw a record opening partnership between Ganguly and Tendulkar of 252 runs. Sachin scored a century (128) and eventually crossed 7,000 runs in ODI. India posted a score of 308 runs and won by 6 wickets.
. Match : Zimbabwe Vs IndiaVenue : Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo : Year 1998Zimbabwe were thrashed very badly in this ODI series of 1998 as Tendulkar smashed his 18th ODI century. Sachin scored 127 runs unbeaten.
. Match : India Vs AustraliaVenue : Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka : Year 1998It was Australia again, and this time it was the 3rd quarter final of Wills International Cup 1998. Sachin took control of the game after quick fall of wickets and scored 141 with the bat thrusting india to 307. While the first innings saw him with the bat, he later bowled and ended with the impressive figures of 4-38. A complete package no doubt.
. Match : India Vs ZimbabweVenue : Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium : Year 1998In the 3rd ODI of the Coca-Cola Champions Trophy 1998, India were chasing a meagre total of 197 for victory. Under the batting of Sachin, India sailed smoothly with a century from Sachin as he scored 118 not out.
. Match : India Vs ZimbabweVenue : Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium : Year 1998The most remembered match between Henry Olonga and Sachin Tendulkar as he blasted Henry's bowling all around the park. Olonga had dismissed Sachin in the previous game and this game served as Sachin's revenge. His 124 not out will be remembered as it echoes through the 1998 Coca-Cola Champions Trophy final. India went on to win the match by 10 wickets.
. Match : New Zealand Vs IndiaVenue : Basin Reserve, Wellington : Year 1998The year 1998 ended on a high note for Sachin. New Zealand's tour of 1998 was one such example. In the 2nd Test Azhar and Sachin led from the front as they empowered India to a suitable position and scored brilliant centuries. Sachin scored 113 runs. But this wasn't enough as the Kiwis responded well and won the match.
. Match : India Vs PakistanVenue : MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai : Year 1999When Pakistan played India in 1999, the 1st Test was really a miserable fall for India. Even though Mongia and Tendulkar partnered as wickets fell, they fell short as India lost by 12 runs. Tendulkar was dismissed just 17 runs before India could win the match. Tendulkar scored 136 runs in this match.
. Match : Sri Lanka Vs IndiaVenue : Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo : Year 1999The first ever Asian Test Championship was played in 1999. Though in the 2nd Test, India piled a huge score as Sachin hammered his another test century. Sachin smashed 124 not out as the match ended in a draw. Pakistan eventually won the tournament.
. Match : India Vs KenyaVenue : County Ground, Bristol : Year 1999In the group stages of the ICC World Cup 1999, Sachin scored a memorable knock of 140 runs unbeaten as he returned from an emotional period after losing his father.
. Match : Sri Lanka Vs IndiaVenue : Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo : Year 1999Playing now as the Indian Captain, Sachin replaced Azhar after a dismal performance in the 1999 WC. Sachin scored 120 runs, yet another ton reaching his tally of 23 ODI hundreds in the 6th ODI of Aiwa Cup. India won the match by D/L method.
. Match : India Vs New ZealandVenue : PCA Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh : Year 1999Kiwis dismissed the Indians for a very low score of 83 runs in the First test match, 1999. Batting second innings, India reached peak with the splendid performances by Tendulkar and Dravid who scored 126 unbeaten and 144 runs resp. The game ended in a draw.
. Match : India Vs New ZealandVenue : Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad : Year 1999In the same tour of 1999, India posted a score of 500 in the first innings. Thanks to Sachin's power packed performance as he reached his double hundred score of 217 runs, in Test Matches.
. Match : India Vs New ZealandVenue : Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad, Deccan : Year 1999With the Indians playing against the Kiwis in the ODI series of 1999, the Little Master galloped his way to a pacy unbeaten 186 runs. India won the match by a whopping 174 runs.
. Match : Australia Vs IndiaVenue : Melbourne Cricket Ground : Year 1999The 2nd Test of the Border Gavaskar Trophy saw the genius strike another century score of 116 runs. Tendulkar played a majestic knock under pressure and which would be his only in the entire series. India lost the match and also the series by 3-0.
. Match : India Vs South AfricaVenue : IPCL Sports Complex Ground, Vadodara : Year 1999After a horrible display of cricket in the Border Gavaskar trophy 1999, Sachin stepped down from captaincy. The next home series against the South Africans turned out rather well. In the 2nd ODI, Sachin smashed his way to 122 runs increasing his tally to 47 hundreds in Internatinal cricket. India won the game and gained a 3-1 lead in the series.
. Match : India Vs Sri LankaVenue : Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium : Year 1999Yet another century on Sharjah pitch which ended in a loss. Sachin scored 101 runs but ended on the defeating side in the 1st ODI of the Coca-Cola Champions Trophy. Sachin now had 26 tons in his ODI career.
. Match : India Vs ZimbabweVenue : Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi : Year 2000India played Zimbabwe in a home series in 2000. The first test saw magnificent scoring by Dravid who scored his first double hundred and Sachin putting 122 runs. India soon declared and won by comprehensively.
. Match : India Vs ZimbabweVenue : Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur : Year 2000The 2nd Test of the Zimbabwe series in the year 2000 became a landmark as his second test double hundred also marked his fiftieth International century.
. Match : India V ZimbabweVenue : Jodhpur, India : Year 2000The brilliant 146 by the Little Master was filled with 17 hits to the fence and propelled India to 284 in their 50 overs during bilateral ODI series in the year 2000. This was later overshadowed by a magnificent partnership between the Flower brothers for Zimbabwe, who chased down the target with 1 ball to spare and 1 wicket in hand.
. Match : India V AustraliaVenue : Chennai, India : Year 2001This match was in many ways an exhibition of test cricket. The series was levelled 1-1 before the Chennai test and when Australia put up 391 in their first innings thanks to Mathew Hayden's double hundred, they were in a very strong position. All this changed once Sachin came out to bat and scored a majestic 126 to help India surpass the 500-run mark. India never really looked back from t
. Match : India V AustraliaVenue : Indore, India : Year 2001Sachin's 139 came off just 125 balls with 19 fours, during ODI series with Australia in year 2001. India put up a target 0f 299 in 50 overs. This was a tough ask and Australia folded up for just 181.
. Match : India V West IndiesVenue : Harare, Zimbabwe : Year 2001Sacin's 54th Century came in tri series featuring West Indies , Zimbabwe and India during year 2001. Indian bowlers had done a very good job of restricting the West Indies to a less-than-competitive 229 in their allotted 50 overs. Buoyed by a brisk opening stand of 133 between Sachin and Ganguly, India made the task look easy. Sachin went to score his century at a run-a-ball and guide
. Match : India V South AfricaVenue : Johannesburg, South Africa : Year 2001It was a thrilling start to the tri-series as India put up a respectable 279 on a good batting wicket at the Wanderers. It could have been a lot higher had the Indian middle order capitalised on a great start provided by Ganguly and Sachin. Both the openers scored centuries and enjoyed a partnership of 193 in just 35 overs. Ironically, South Africa then rode on Sachin's 'gu
. Match : India V KenyaVenue : Paarl, South Africa : Year 2001Both openers Ganguly and Sachin scored centuries and this time their partnership went much higher. The duo put on 258 for the first wicket and Sachin scored 146. Kenya was no match while chasing a mammoth 351 and gave up the chase in the early stages itself to end their tally at 165 for 5
. Match : India V South AfricaVenue : Bloemfontein, South Africa : Year 2001Sachin, crafted a majestic 155 off just 184 balls against South Africa with 23 fours and 1 six, Sachin took India to a decent 379 in the first essay. South Africa responded with centuries from Lance Klusener and Hershelle Gibbs to make sure they were always ahead in the test. They chased down a modest 54 to win the test by 9 wickets and take a 1-0 lead in the series.
. Match : India V EnglandVenue : Ahmedabad, India : Year 2001It was a very patient knock by the little master on a fairly difficult track and under pressure. England had batted first at Motera and notched up a competitive 407 with very useful contributions coming from batsmen down the order. Indian batsmen struggled against the left-arm spin of Ashley Giles but Sachin ensured the damage would be limited. His knock took so much time off the test tha
. Match : India V ZimbabweVenue : Nagpur, India : Year 2002This test match was played at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground on a fairly dull track. Zimbabwe were bundled out for 287 and India responded with a 176 from Sachin and centuries from SS Das and Sanjay Bangar to make 570 for 7. What followed was a mere formality for Indian bowlers
. Match : India V West IndiesVenue : Port of Spain, Trinidad : Year 2002This was during bilateral two match test series with west Indies in year 2002. The first test at Guyana was drawn and India played their second test at one of their favourite venues in the West Indies, Port of Spain. Sachin's splendid century in the first innings took India to a reasonable 339. Although the West Indies won large parts of second innings, India emerged triumphant
. Match : India V EnglandVenue : Chester-le-Street, England : Year 2002This was day-night clash at Chester-le-Street. India won the toss and decided to leave the chasing to England. Sachin and Yuvraj blasted the hapless English bowling attack to all parts of the ground on their way to a staggering 170-run partnership. Sachin eased his way to 105 and remained not out at the end of 50 overs. England's chase was halted in the 13th over by the weather
. Match : India V Sri LankaVenue : England : Year 2002Sachin's 62nd century came during Tri-series in England featuring India, England and Sri Lanka. Barely a week after he caressed English bowlers at Chester-le-Street, Sachin was in ominous touch again. This time, it was against the Lankans. He smashed 113 off just 102 balls to help India surge past the 300-run mark and that did the trick. The Lankans did put up some resistance but it was a case o
. Match : India V EnglandVenue : Headingly, England : Year 2002This one was among the greatest test victories for India, it came in difficult overseas conditions in England. India notched up 628 for 8 in their first innings with centuries from Dravid, Sachin and Ganguly. The trio never needed to bat again in the test match as Kumble & Co finished off England twice to inflict an innings defeat
. Match : India V West IndiesVenue : Kolkata, India : Year 2002India had already won the test series 2-0 coming in to the final test at Eden Gardens. West Indies, by taking a handy first innings lead of 139 runs put tremendous pressure on India. At one stage, India was reduced to 87 for 4 in the second innings. This is when Sachin and Laxman came together and punctured West Indies hopes once and for all. Sachin's match-saving knock lasted 7 hours a
. Match : India V NamibiaVenue : Pietermaritzburg : World Cup 2003India had come into this Pool A fixture after a drubbing only a week ago at the hands of defending champions Australia. Against Namibia, it was always going to be an easy outing for India but the question was how easy. The famous ODI combo of Sachin and Ganguly came to the party again with a stand of 244 for the second wicket, Sachin's 152 had 18 hits to the fence and interestingly n
. Match : India V AustraliaVenue : Gwalior, India : 2003 Tri-series featuring India, Australia and New ZealandIndia versus Australia was beginning to gain momentum ever since the two sides clashed in the World Cup final the same year in South Africa. In this clash, India had lost Sehwag in the very first over to Nathan Bracken. Sachin and Laxman then steadied the ship with a 190-run partnership for the second wicket. Both batsmen got centuries and
. Match : India V New ZealandVenue : Hyderabad, India : 2003 Tri-series featuring India, Australia and New ZealandLal Bahadur Shastri stadium is easily one of Sachin's favourite venues. Back in 1999, Sachin had killed the kiwi bowling at the same venue on his way to a great knock of 186. And here he was again against the same opponent. This time, it was a lot lesser than 186 since Sehwag was keen to steal the limelight with his 130. Nonetheless, Sa
. Match : India V AustraliaVenue : Sydney, Australia : Year 2004Sachin Tendulkar blasted his first hundred of the series and what a knock it was. It helped India shatter many records while racing to 705 for 7 against the mighty Aussies. Sachin's knock was laced with 33 hits to the boundary and lasted more than 10 hours. This was ended with no result.
. Match : India V PakistanVenue : Rawalpindi, Pakistan : Year 2004This was second ODI at Rawaliindi with Pakistan. The bowlers allowed Pakistan to pile up 329 in 50 overs. India responded in style with Sachin leading from the front with a solid 141. Sachin's knock came from just 135 balls and put India on course for a great win until the middle order failed to come up with the goods. India ended 12 short.
. Match : India V PakistanVenue : Bilateral test series, 2004 at Multan, PakistanSehwag scored his maiden triple century and Sachin 194 as India piled up 675 in their first innings. Sachin was actually unbeaten when captain Dravid decided to declare. There was a lot of hue and cry that followed. Many were unhappy with Dravid for not giving Sachin a chance to complete his double century. India won the match comfortably.
. Match : India V BangladeshVenue : Bilateral test series, 2004 at Dhaka BangladeshSachin smashed an unbeaten 248 as the team scored 526 and pushed the Bangladesh team to the corner. Bangladesh was bundled out for just 202 in its second innings. Sachin's 248 came from nearly 10 hours and had 35 classy hits to the fence. India won the match by an innings and 140 runs.
. Match : India V PakistanVenue : Bilateral ODI series, 2005 at Ahmedabad, IndiaSachin blasted 123 off 130 balls as India raced to 315, which on most surfaces is a match-winning one. Pakistan had other ideas though with almost everyone at the top of the order contributing their bit. It was a close contest but at the end Pakistan won it by 3 wickets.
. Match : India V Sri LankaVenue : Bilateral test series, 2005 at Delhi IndiaSachin was the lone centurion in the test, which was in the balance for long periods before India marched ahead in the late stages. India depended on Sachin's patient 109 (took 5 hours) to muster 290 in their first essay. Sri Lanka failed to capitalise on a good start to their chase and collapsed from 175 for 2 to just 230 all out. That turned the match on its head and Ind
. Match : India V PakistanVenue : Bilateral ODI series, 2006 at Peshawar, PakistanSachin got a century in the first ODI but India failed to defend 305 from 47 overs. But, the team went on to win the remaining four ODIs in the series to wrap it up 4-1.
. Match : India V West IndiesVenue : Tri-series in Kuala Lumpur featuring India, Australia and West IndiesIt was one of those occasions when Sachin carried the bat through the 50 overs of an ODI inning. He made 141 from 148 balls with 13 fours and 5 towering 6s on a smallish Kinrara Academy Oval ground. Fidel Edwards and Dwayne Bravo were punished severely by the little master. West Indies began their response in style with Chris Gaye smashing 45 o
. Match : India V West IndiesVenue : Bilateral ODI series, 2007, Venue Vadodara IndiaIndia hammered the Windies bowling attack to make a commanding 341 in 50 overs with Sachin becoming the lone centurion scoring exactly a hundred. The Caribbeans were never really in the hunt and eventually folded up for 181 in the 42nd over.
. Match : India V BangladeshVenue : Bilateral test series, 2007 at BangladeshIt was a rain-hit test match where India called the shots for long periods but lack of time made a result impossible. India batted first and made 387 with centuries from Sachin and Ganguly. Sachin's inning was a painstaking effort lasting nearly 5 hours.
. Match : India V BangladeshVenue : Bilateral test series, 2007 at Mirpur, BangladeshIn this test match India completely dominated, the top four batsmen in the batting order for India all scored centuries and that included Sachin's unbeaten 122. The combined first and second innings totals of Bangladesh was well short of India total. India won the match by inninigs and 239 runs.
. Match : India V AustraliaVenue : Border-Gavaskar Trophy, 2008 at SydneyThe Master Blaster's knock took India to 532 and a handy first innings lead of 69 runs. Sachin's 154 came in 7 hours and had 14 fours and 1 six. Then came the remarkable turnaround by the Aussies who amassed 401 in just 107 second innings overs leaving India with a target of 333. The 'triple nelson' haunted the Indians as they folded up for 210.
. Match : India V AustraliaVenue : Border-Gavaskar Trophy, 2008 at AdelaideIndia had come into the final test at Adelaide Oval after registering one of their greatest test victories ever. Sachin hammering 153 from just 205 balls and India reached 526. Australian batsmen though lived up to their billing and ensured they walked away with a draw in the match and win in the series.
. Match : India V AustraliaVenue : 2008 tri-series in Australia featuring India, Australia and Sri LankaFor all those who questioned Sachin's temperament on big occasions, this inning served as the perfect response from the little master. Chasing 240 to take a crucial lead in the best-of-three finals, Sachin played right through the chase to help India ease past the 240-mark with 4 overs remaining. The fact that Sachin's 117 only had 10 hits to the
. Match : India V AustraliaVenue : Border-Gavaskar Trophy, 2008 at Nagpur, IndiaIndia dominated in this test series and clinched the series with 2-0. In the final test at Nagpur, Master Sachin great century helped India to put up total of 441 which helped host to win the final.
. Match : India V EnglandVenue : Pataudi Trophy, 2008, venue Chennai, IndiaThis was the most special moments for Sachin in his career. The India-England series had been abruptly called off following the 26/11 Mumbai blasts and when it resumed after a month, Sachin wanted to do something special. He did so in style. India chased down a mammoth 387 in the final inning thanks to great unbeaten 103 by the little master at one of his favourite venues
. Match : India V New ZealandVenue : Bilateral ODI series, 2009 at ChristchurchSachin was at his imperious best on the day and it was unfortunate he had to retire hurt on 163 with still 5 overs left. The world record and maybe even double hundred was within his sights. India made 392 and New Zealand played well but not well enough as they folded up for 334 in 45 overs.
. Match : India V New ZealandVenue : Bilateral test series, 2009 at HamiltonIn this test match , New Zealand batted first at Hamilton and made 279. India responded with 520 thanks to Sachin's 160, which had 26 majestic hits to the fence. Trailing by 241, New Zealand fought gallantly in the second essay but were no match to the tough Indians.
. Match : India V Sri LankaVenue : 2009 tri-series in Sri Lanka featuring India, Sri Lanka and New Zealand at ColomboA year after he guided India to a title triumph in Australia, Sachin took India to another title win. This time, it was in Sri Lanka in the final of tri-series. Batting first after winning the toss, India put up 319 on the board thanks to 138 by Sachin. The Little Master's knock was laced with 10 fours and 1 six. The Lankans fought h
. Match : India V AustraliaVenue : Bilateral ODI series, 2009 at HyderabadAustralia put up massive score of 351, India fought all the way through and was even ahead of the Aussies at many stages during the chase. This was largely due to Sachin's magnificent inning of 175 where he single-handedly demolished the Aussie bowling attack. The sad part was he got out just when he shouldn't have and India lost momentum to eventually lose the match by just
. Match : India V Sri LankaVenue : Bilateral test series, 2009 at AhmedabadIt was a match-saving effort from Sachin in a test where most things went wrong for India. The bowlers had conceded a record 760 at home against the Lankans and then had their backs to the wall while trying to avoid the prospect of innings loss. Sachin played out five hours for his century and kept the Lankans spin attack led by Muttiah Muralitharan at bay.
. Match : India V BangladeshVenue : Bilateral test series, 2010 at ChittagongSachin was a lone warrior in a very poor Indian batting effort in the first innings. The Little master scored 105 in an Indian 1st innings effort of 243. India made amends in the second innings to make 413 to win the match by a handsome margin. Sachin's brilliant 105 in the first essay came in just 166 balls.
. Match : India V BangladeshVenue : Bilateral test series, 2010 at Mirpur, BangladeshThis was 2nd in a row after Chittagong, Sachin came up with the goods again at Mirpur. He blasted 143 off just 182 balls as India made 544 in their first innings and that was enough to take them to a sound win in the match and wrap up the series 2-0
. Match : India V South AfricaVenue : Bilateral test series, 2010 at Nagpur, IndiaIt was an effort that went in vain for the little master. South Africa dictated this match from start to finish and despite a fighting century by Sachin in the second innings, India failed to avoid innings defeat
. Match : India V South AfricaVenue : Bilateral test series, 2010 at Kolkata, IndiaSouth Africa was bowled out under 300, India rallied on four centurions including Sachin's 106 to reach 643 and this was enough to beat South Africa by a inning and 57 runs.
. Match : India V South AfricaVenue : Bilateral ODI series, 2010 at Gwalior, IndiaThe greatest ODI inning of all time. When Saeed Anwar reached 194, many had thought cricket will have to wait for generations for that record to be broken. The wait was there but not for that long. When the record was broken, it was the sweetest moment for Sachin and Indian cricket. Sachin's 200 and India's 401 will be remembered forever.
. Match : India V Sri LankaVenue : Bilateral test series, 2010 at SSC, ColomboIt was a great effort from the little master and came when the team was under pressure. Sri Lanka had notched up 642 on an excellent batting surface and when India was reduced to 241 for 4, there were chances of a follow-on. That's when Sachin and Raina took control and thwarted Lankan aspirations. Sachin scored a doubled hundred in nearly 9 hours of great concentration.
. Match : India V AustraliaVenue : Bilateral test series, 2010 at Bangalore IndiaWhat a masterly effort from the master blaster. This was the month when he was conferred the ICC Cricketer of the Year award for the year 2010. After conceding 478 in the first innings, India was in a spot of bother at 38 for 2 before Sachin played a magical knock. His 214 was laced with 22 fours and 2 sixes. In the end, Aussies were left wondering why even 478 was not
. Match : India V South AfricaVenue : Bilateral test series, 2010 at CenturionBatting first on damp Centurion wicket, India folded up for just 136. The Proteas then carved out 620 thanks to a double hundred by Kallis and two other centurions. India then tried hard to hang in for a draw but the task was way too enormous. Sachin fought in vain with his 50th test century but that was the only takeaway from an otherwise miserable match
. Match : India V South AfricaVenue : Bilateral test series, 2010 at Cape TownAfter registering one of their finest triumphs, India came to Cape Town with a chance to win a series on South African soil for the first time ever. And the quest began in fine fashion with Sachin scoring a magnificent 146 in nearly 8 hours. Given a tough target of 340 runs to win their maiden series on South African soil, India decided not to take the risk of losing the
. Match : India V EnglandVenue : World Cup 2011 at IndiaIt was a world cup classic. Led by Sachin's superb 120, India made a mammoth 338, which was laced with 5 towering sixes in a relatively small Chinnaswamy stadium. Strauss and Zaheer Khan later stole the show with the bat and the ball as the match ended in an absorbing tie.
. Match : India V South AfricaVenue : World Cup 2011 at IndiaSehwag and Sachin had put on 142 for the opening wicket in just 17 overs. While that should have been platform enough to get a score of at least 325, India managed just 296 and went on to lose the match. Needless to say, Sachin's effort of 111 from 101 balls went in vain.
. Match : India V BangladeshVenue : Asia Cup 2012 at Shere Bangla National Stadium, MirpurIt was a long wait of 33 innings, 1 year and after millions of moments spent waiting for the 100th ton, finally, the Little Master raised his arms and celebrated. It was a moment to celebrate not only because of the landmark, but also because it brought a sense of release not only to one man, but for a nation of a billion cricket fans.