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Sachin Tendulkar has dedicated more than 24 years of his life to the game of cricket. His journey is well evident to everyone. From the teenage sensation to becoming the legend of the game, he has almost every cricketing record to boast about. The most iconic record, which is still not broken so far, is 100 international centuries (across formats) by the legendary Mumbaikar.
In One-day Internationals (ODIs), he first played as the middle-order batsman but was not able to achieve much success in the format. But once he started opening for India, he completely became a different batsman. The veteran cricketer went on to score 49 ODI centuries and 79 fifties in record 463 games. In total, he scored 18,426 runs in his ODI career.
Here, in this article, we have shortlisted four players who can beat the record of Tendulkar’s 49 ODI centuries record. Let’s take a look.
Four Batsmen Who Can Beat Sachin Tendulkar’s Record Of Most ODI Centuries:
Quinton de Kock:
Quinton de Kock, at this young age, is taking his team forward with his willow. He has come out as the most-reliable batsman in his team, who has single-handedly taken his team to victory in the recent past.
The flamboyant batsman will surely top the charts with his bat in the cricketing world. As of now, he has 15 centuries in 118 games and has enough time left to break the record.
The 27-year old is currently in the best phase of his career. He has the ability to score runs around the world, smashing balls with ease.
In the recently-concluded ODI series against England, the wicketkeeper-batsman scored a magnificent century and also helped his team, to get the lead in the series. Not only he has impressed with his bat but he is also a reliable wicketkeeper.