Has Sachin scored century vs Australia when Glenn McGrath was playing during 1998-2007 in ODI?
Asked by: kmsapan on 24-09-2010

Commented by Hitesh on 24 Sep, 2010

In Indore 2001.

Commented by Binit on 24 Sep, 2010

Sachin Tendulkar holds the record of most century by a batsman against a certain opposition, with his 9 tons against Australia. now, your question demands Glenn McGrath should have been part of that Aussie eleven against whom Sachin scored a hundred and the answer is yes, but just once. And Hitesh's answer is correct.. that match was played at Nehru stadium in Indore on 31st March 2001.

Opening the innings, Tendulkar made 139 from 125 balls with 19 fours while VVS Laxman contributed 83 as India piled up 299 runs on board after being invited in to bat first and won the match comfortably by 118 runs. McGrath took 3 wickets in his 10 overs, conceeding 52 runs.

This is surely a well thoughtout question cause McGrath was real Sachin Tendulkar nemesis and his efforts meant Tendulkar couldn't make a single ton versus Aussies for 22 consecutive matches between 2003 to 2008.

Commented by Subhash on 14 Sep, 2011

Both of them are evenly match,If You see the record on Test match McGrath dismissed him Technically 6 times out of 18 times they faced each other but if we remove those two controversial LBW decision in 1999-2000 tour down under McGrath convincingly claimed Sachin mere Four times and thats not an healthy stats,Further Sachin records against Australia minus MCgrath has been much better than with McGrath around its also means Mc Grath had the advantage over Scorings of Tendulkar,Next in ODI concern McGrath ODI success many contributed from the fact that he knocked out tendulkar cheaply in Major impact high Profiled World Cup matches in Super Six pf World cup 99 and 2003 final.Similarly Tendulkar also dominated McGrath in 1996 World cup.2000 ICC Knock out,2001 ODI Series in India were he Blasted the champion pacemen all parts of Ground,Hence the battle remains equal

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