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    241* in Sydney '04. Not his "greatest" but I enjoyed it the most.
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    One of my favorites is his 89* against Pakistan in Toronto in 1996. Its the first time I really took notice of Tendulkar as he was casually bashing Wasim and Waqar, prior to that I thought he was a tad overrated and a bit defensive. Hidden gem of a knock:

    Tendulkar's 89 Runs vs Pak at Toronto (Sahara cup) in year 1996 - YouTube

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    98 Diana memorial oneday match century against Mcgrath , Donald and Kumble
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    99 Pak V Ind 136
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    Quote Originally Posted by VKN payyans View Post
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    98 Diana memorial oneday match century against Mcgrath , Donald and Kumble
    So good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karan316 View Post
    1st ODI: West Indies v India at Port of Spain, Apr 26, 1997 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

    This one is my favorite ODI innings.. Though he didn't get a century or 50 but it looked as if its a flat wicket when he was batting although the ball was moving around a lot on a spicy pitch. Once he got out, the rest were just looking for cover from the WI fast bowlers. Just take a look at the strike rates as well, out of all the top 7 batsmen, Sachin's strike rate was 102, the rest couldn't even cross 40.
    Good call. Remember watching this knock. 10 boundaries in that short innings against Ambrose/Walsh/Bishop on a mating pitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VKN payyans View Post
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    98 Diana memorial oneday match century against Mcgrath , Donald and Kumble
    Great choice... That was a magnificent innings.

    Also wanted to add his 76 and 65 at Mumbai 2001 vs Australia. Lone man in the sinking ship once again. And if you love his straight drive, the first innings 76 is a real treat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karan316 View Post
    1st ODI: West Indies v India at Port of Spain, Apr 26, 1997 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

    This one is my favorite ODI innings.. Though he didn't get a century or 50 but it looked as if its a flat wicket when he was batting although the ball was moving around a lot on a spicy pitch. Once he got out, the rest were just looking for cover from the WI fast bowlers. Just take a look at the strike rates as well, out of all the top 7 batsmen, Sachin's strike rate was 102, the rest couldn't even cross 40.
    This was a fantastic innings. Umpire did him (he was given a wrong decision). His 90 against Aus in 1996 was up there as well. That front-foot hook shot of McGrath was simply out of the world. His hundred against England in Edgbaston in 1996 was a great innings as well.

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    Favorite innings 136 vs Pak Chennai 99. His 169 in capetown 97 is also pure genius.

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    My favourite would have to be his last. Good riddance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firefighter View Post
    My favourite would have to be his last. Good riddance.
    Yeah it was a great knock. What was your favourite shot? His first on drive was pretty sexy so that was probably mine.








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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    Yeah it was a great knock. What was your favourite shot? His first on drive was pretty sexy so that was probably mine.
    Yeah he really brought the mighty Windies to their knees on another Indian road, well done Turdducker.

    My favourite shot would have to be the one that he got out on of course.
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    Has to be one of his many epic counter-attacking ODI innings. There's just too many to make a proper decision. From the recent past though, I'd go with 175 against Aus in Hyderabad. (his 160 odd in Chirstchurch wasn't too shabby either)
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    Quote Originally Posted by subshakerz View Post
    One of my favorites is his 89* against Pakistan in Toronto in 1996. Its the first time I really took notice of Tendulkar as he was casually bashing Wasim and Waqar, prior to that I thought he was a tad overrated and a bit defensive. Hidden gem of a knock:

    Tendulkar's 89 Runs vs Pak at Toronto (Sahara cup) in year 1996 - YouTube
    I knew about this innings but hadn't seen it before (these games used to be very late India time). Indeed some amazing strokes against 2 WS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firefighter View Post
    Yeah he really brought the mighty Windies to their knees on another Indian road, well done Turdducker.

    My favourite shot would have to be the one that he got out on of course.
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