August 14, 1990: When Sachin Tendulkar hit the 1st of his 100 hundreds

first_img Next Rajarshi Gupta New DelhiAugust 14, 2019UPDATED: August 15, 2019 00:19 IST Sachin Tendulkar scored his first hundred on August 14, 1990, against England. (Getty Images)HIGHLIGHTSSachin Tendulkar is the only cricketer with 100 international hundredsTendulkar hit the 1st of his 100 international hundreds on Aug 14, 1990Tendulkar retired with 51 hundreds in Test cricket and 49 in ODIsExactly 29 years ago on August 14, a 17-year-old Sachin Tendulkar hit the first of his 100 international hundreds to begin a journey that would break records, make memories and make a legend.On August 14, 1990 Sachin Tendulkar led a massive rescue act for India with an unbeaten 119 against England in Manchester to help India save the 2nd of a 3-Test series. Chasing 408, India had slipped to 109 for 4 when Dilp Vengsarkar fell to Chris Lewis.Soon after Mohammad Azharuddin, the then India captain, departed before Kapil Dev exited to leave India tottering at 183 for 6.England were sensing victory but Sachin Tendulkar had other plans.With Manoj Prabhakar for company, Tendulkar forged an unbroken 160-run stand for the 7th wicket and led India to safety.The world watched in awe as a 17-year-old took on the might of Devon Malcolm, Angus Fraser, Eddie Hemmings and Chris Lewis.It wan an innings for the ages. Since Tendulkar’s debut in 1989, whispers had grown into murmurs. After that knock in Manchester, loud roars would accompany the young boy who would one day grow up to become a run-scoring machine.Sachin Tendulkar’s 119 not out was preceded by a fine 68 in the first innings. Cricket’s new rockstar had arrived and an entire generation would now want to bat like him, look like him and get his famous curls.Over the next 23 years, Sachin Tendulkar would go on to score another 99 international hundreds.It was a phenomenal phase.Sachin Tendulkar would score hundreds all around the world and against all kinds of bowling attacks. He took on the best of his generation – Wasim Akram, Shane Warne, Curtly Ambrose, Allan Donald and more often than not came up on top.advertisementAfter 51 hundreds in 200 Tests and 49 hundreds in 463 ODIs, Sachin Tendulkar retired from the game he made richer and more loveable on November 16, 2013.Also Read | Sachin Tendulkar reveals most memorable moment of career after ICC Hall of Fame honourAlso Read | Out or not out? Sachin Tendulkar posts viral video. Internet does not know how to reactFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAnita Jat Tags :Follow Sachin TendulkarFollow Sachin Tendulkar 100 hundreds August 14, 1990: When Sachin Tendulkar hit the 1st of his 100 hundredsThis Day That Year: 29 years ago on August 14, Sachin Tendulkar hit his maiden international hundred in a Test againt England. Over the next 2 decades, Tendulkar would go on to hit another 99 hundreds.advertisementlast_img read more

Young India stands for secularity and humanity Nusrat

first_imgKolkata: Newly-wed Trinamool MP Nusrat Jahan on Thursday sought to send a strong message of secularism, faith and humanity when she attended the International Society for Krishna Consciousness’ (ISKCON) Rath Yatra event here. Sporting a traditional look in a saree, ‘mangalsutra’ and bangles, the Bengali actress took part in all the rituals along with her husband Nikhil Jain and other dignitaries who participated in the chariot festival. Like every year, the event was inaugurated by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellers “I think I am blessed that God has given me this opportunity to stand on behalf of all young Indians who think the way I am thinking today. We stand for inclusive India, secularity and humanity,” Nusrat Jahan told reporters here. She said she feels honoured to be invited by the ISKCON and is proud of the various religions and diverse culture of the state where everyone comes together to celebrate the festivities. “Didi (as Mamata Banerjee is popularly called) is always present at the Red Road for Namaz during Eid. I think we all should come together and move towards a better tomorrow,” the young MP said. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari Puja Regarding the criticism surrounding her attire and wearing sindoor despite being a Muslim, she said that she doesn’t care about baseless things. “I have been a Muslim by birth and I am still a Muslim. It is all about faith. You have to feel it inside your heart and not in your head,” she said. Jain appreciated his wife for standing up against trolls. “It feels great that she has risen above all religion and become an MP. She has also given a fitting reply to all those who are trolling her wearing sindoor and everything. I am really proud of her views,” he said.last_img read more