In an illustrious career spanning across 24 years, the legendary Sachin Tendulkar marked the beginning of his domination over bowlers with his maiden ODI century against Australia on September 9, 1994. The little master made 110 off 132 balls in the match which India would go on to win by 31 runs.
Opening the innings for the Mohammad Azharuddin-led side, the then 21-year old Sachin Tendulkar took on the Australian bowling attack, consisting of the likes of Craig McDermott, Shane Warne, and Glenn McGrath, with relative ease and launched a brilliant onslaught in the opening hour. India reached their hundred
The Master Blaster scored his 110 in 132 balls, taking India to a total of 246/8 in 50 overs. Later, the Indian bowlers were able to restrict the Aussies for 215, winning the match by 31 runs. India also won the tournament by winning the final against hosts Sri Lanka, but the memory of Sachin Tendulkar's first ton remains etched in the memory of every cricket lover as he later went on to play many such memorable innings in a career spanning across 463 One-Day Internationals, as he ended up scoring 18,426 runs which