Tendulkar's best ODI innings
To borrow from Shane Warne, when it comes to one-day cricket there is Sachin Tendulkar, daylight and the rest. He is so far ahead of of the pack that one wonders if some of his ODI records will ever be broken.
Tendulkar began his one-day career batting in the middle order but his career graph took a steep upturn the moment he first opened the innings, against New Zealand in Auckland in 1994. He scored his first hundred later that year and went on to post 48 more centuries.
As you would expect, he has scored runs in varying conditions against a wide range of bowlers. His first ODI hundred was against an Australian side that fielded a young Warne and Glenn McGrath; his final ODI hundred against Australia, a scintillating 175 in Hyderabad in 2009, came after the two bowlers had retired from international cricket.
Some of Tendulkar's finest ODI innings have been scores under hundred. His 90 against Australia in a World Cup match in Mumbai in 1996 is one such example, as is his 98 against Pakistan in the 2003 World Cup game in Centurion.
Vote for your favourite Tendulkar ODI innings. We have provided ten of his best innings as poll options. In case your pick doesn't feature in the list, let us know about it in the comments.