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
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