Thursday, March 31, 2011

Tendulkar's 117 - his first Test century in the West Indies - helped India win a tense Test in Trinidad by 37 runs in 2001. "Following a difficult start - on 6, he survived a confident claim for a catch at the wicket off Sanford - Tendulkar settled to build his 29th Test hundred, which put him level with Don Bradman, though he had taken 93 Tests to Bradman's 52," Wisden reported. "It was a resolute rather than commanding innings."