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Sachin Tendulkar Ready To Reach Ton Of Tons

Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar is nearing two new records in International Cricket. One is a ton of tons i.e., 100 centuries scored by an individual in both Test and ODI cricket He is at present with 99 centuries (51 in tests and 48 in ODIs). The other record is the 18,000 run mark, most runs scored by an individual in One Day International cricket. Sachin needs just 47 runs to reach there as he presently is at 17,953 runs in 449 matches that he played. He will be playing his 450 ODI match tomorrow, the most matches played by a player in the cricket history.

The master class batsman has an opportunity to reach these milestones in tomorrow’s match against West Indies in the final group stage match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011. He has almost all the records on his name in International cricket history and India versus West Indies match on Sunday may be the one to add two more records to his name. The match is going to be played in Chennai which has not proved to be batsman friendly in the tournament so far. But the master with his tricks, techniques, experience will eye to play well and reach his milestones and win the match for his team as both India and West Indies are yet to enter the quarter-finals. So, let us hope Sachin reaches his milestones in tomorrow's interesting match.

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