Sachin Tendulkar, 114 v Australia, WACA, 1992
Part six: Ian Chappell picks the best centuries he has watched. No. 6: Sachin Tendulkar's taming of the WACA pitch in 1992
Producer: Ranjit Shinde
- Players/Officials : Sachin Tendulkar
23.2 TAM Siriwardana to NRD Compton, 4 runs, another half-tracker and Compton continues to bring the pain, slamming four more through the leg side - that's it, England win by nine wickets and go 2-0 up in the series | May 30, 2016
23.1 TAM Siriwardana to NRD Compton, 4 runs, short ball on the stumps and - hello! - Compton rocks back to swipe it away for four through square leg | May 30, 2016
21.3 RMS Eranga to AN Cook, 4 runs, sliding on to the legs and Cook collars it with a firm leg glance, out of the middle and away through square leg for four | May 30, 2016
20.1 RAS Lakmal to NRD Compton, 4 runs, short and at the body, Compton clips it away through midwicket - he's into double-figures for the first time in the series | May 30, 2016
18.4 TAM Siriwardana to NRD Compton, 4 runs, Siri drops short and Compton takes advantage, pulling flat through midwicket for a boundary | May 30, 2016
16.2 TAM Siriwardana to AN Cook, 4 runs, slightly overptiched and Cook again presses forward, whips a firm shot through midwicket along the ground this time, four more | May 30, 2016
16.1 TAM Siriwardana to AN Cook, 4 runs, full toss from Siriwardana and Cook steps out to blap it over midwicket, into the wide open space and away | May 30, 2016
9.1 RAS Lakmal to AN Cook, 4 runs, too short, too wide, too well struck through point to cut that off. Cook will accept those offerings all day long | May 30, 2016
7.2 TAM Siriwardana to AD Hales, 4 runs, too short, and on this pitch, that is asking for trouble. A full flow of the bat through the line, all the way through wide long-on. Shot | May 30, 2016
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Part 4: Graham Gooch on Sachin Tendulkar, who bore the crushing weight of expectation masterfully for over two decades
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