Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar, the greatest player in the cricket history and best sportsman in the world. With his super human feats on the ground, he was awarded a title as 'God of Cricket' by his world wide fans. He is serving the Indian cricket team from past 20 years and held many records on his name.
From the first day of his international cricket career till now, the classy touch and consistency in batting has never missed. Here is a quick time-line about the world's greatest batsmen in the cricket history.
In 1989 – Tendulkar made his international debut at the age of 16 years under the captaincy of krishnamachari Srikanth.
1990 – Score a hundred against England at Old Trafford stadium and became 2nd youngest cricketer score a test century.
In 1994 – Tendulkar has scored his 1st ODI century against Sri Lanka and it took 72 ODI's for him to achieve this feat.
1996 – He became captain of the Indian cricket team at the age of 23 years.
Tendulkar holds the record of playing highest number of ODI and test matches in the history of cricket.