Sachin Tendulkar holds the record for most number of centuries in International cricket, and individually in Tests and ODIs as well. But Master Blaster had to wait for 5 years to register his 1st ODI century, after making his debut against Pakistan in 1989. Much of it has to take with the fact that Sachin batted lower down the order and it was a tricky decision by Azharuddin which lead to Sachin open the batting.
Sachin scored his 1st ODI century against Australia in 1994, in the Singer World Series, where India and Pakistan were also accompanied by Pakistan and host Sri Lanka. This was the 3rd match of the tournament and Australia had a lethal attack comprising of Craig McDermott, Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne.
Sachin scored 110 runs before he was dismissed by Craig McDermott.
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