Monday, November 4, 2013

Flashback: Tendulkar's 200 In Gwalior

On February 24, 2010, Sachin Tendulkar became the first man to score a double-hundred in an ODI. He scored 200 off 147 balls against South Africa.

GWALIOR, INDIA - FEBRUARY 24: Sachin Tendulkar of India celebrates his 200, the first ever double hundred in a one day international, during the 2nd ODI between India and South Africa at Captain Roop Singh Stadium on February 24, 2010 in Gwalior, India.



Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar (R) is congratulated by captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni after scoring a world record breaking double century (200 runs) during the second One Day International (ODI) cricket match at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior on February 24, 2010. South Africa is currently 134 runs for the loss of seven wickets chasing India's score of 401 runs.

Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar (R) is congratulated by captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni after scoring a world record breaking double century (200 runs) during the second One Day International (ODI) cricket match at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior on February 24, 2010. South Africa is currently 134 runs for the loss of seven wickets chasing India's score of 401 runs.

Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar takes a break on his way to scoring a world record breaking double century (200 runs) during the second One Day International (ODI) cricket match at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior on February 24, 2010. India played South Africa and finished with 401 runs for the loss of three wickets.

South African cricketer Wayne Parnell kneels on the ground as Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar (L) walks past him after scoring a world record breaking double century (200 runs) during the second One Day International (ODI) cricket match at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior on February 24, 2010. India played South Africa and finished with 401 runs for the loss of three wickets.

Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar (R) is congratulated by South African cricketers Hashim Amla (C) and Alvero Petersen (L) for scoring a world record breaking double century (200 runs) during the second One Day International (ODI) cricket match at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior on February 24, 2010. India played South Africa and finished with 401 runs for the loss of three wickets.

Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar throws his arms up into the air as he celebrates scoring a world record breaking double century (200 runs) during the second One Day International (ODI) cricket match at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior on February 24, 2010. India played South Africa and finished with 401 runs for the loss of three wickets.

Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and Dinesh Karthik bump fists during the second One Day International (ODI) cricket match at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior on February 24, 2010. India are currently 198 runs for the loss of one wicket after thirty overs after electing to bat first.

Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkarplays a shot during the second One Day International (ODI) cricket match at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior on February 24, 2010. India are currently 198 runs for the loss of one wicket after thirty overs after electing to bat first.

Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar raises his bat to celebrate after scoring a century during the second One Day International (ODI) cricket match at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior on February 24, 2010. India are currently 198 runs for the loss of one wicket after thirty overs after electing to bat first.

Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar plays a shot during the second one day international (ODI) cricket match between India and South Africa at The Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior on February 24, 2010. India are currently 100 runs for the loss of one wicket in fifteen overs after winning the toss and electing to bat first.

South African cricketer Dale Steyn (L) reacts after being hit for a boundary by Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar (R) during the second one day international (ODI) cricket match between India and South Africa at The Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior on February 24, 2010. India are currently 100 runs for the loss of one wicket in fifteen overs after winning the toss and electing to bat first.

Indian cricketers Sachin Tendulkar (L) and Dinesh Karthik (C) share a light moment as South African captain Jacques Kallis walks to the right during the second One Day International (ODI) cricket match at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior on February 24, 2010. India are currently 198 runs for the loss of one wicket after thirty overs after electing to bat first.

Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar plays a shot during the second one day international (ODI) cricket match between India and South Africa at The Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior on February 24, 2010. India are currently 100 runs for the loss of one wicket in fifteen overs after winning the toss and electing to bat first.

South African cricketer Dale Steyn (L) reacts as India's Sachin Tendulkar takes a run during the second One Day International (ODI) cricket match at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior on February 24, 2010. India are currently 44 runs for the loss of onewicket after seven overs after electing to bat first.

Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar plays a shot during the second One Day International (ODI) cricket match at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior on February 24, 2010. India are currently 44 runs for the loss of onewicket after seven overs after electing to bat first.

(FILES) This February 24, 2010 file photograph shows Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar as he raises his bat to celebrate scoring a world record breaking double century (200 runs) during the second One Day International (ODI) cricket match at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior. On March 16, 2012 Indian batting superstar Sachin Tendulkar became the first cricketer in history to score 100 international centuries, reaching a new record in his glittering two-decade career.

2010: In this photograph taken of combined Indian national newspaper frontpages on February 25, 2010, Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar is shown celebrating his record breaking double-century (200 runs) in the second ODI against South Africa in Gwalior. Tendulkar's landmark dominated the front pages of leading newspapers, even overshadowing India-Pakistan diplomatic talks.

Sachin Tendulkar (India): 200* vs South Africa in Gwalior on Feb 24, 2010 - Tendulkar carried his bat as he became the first batsman in the history of one-day internationals to score a double century. He faced 147 balls in his innings and hit 25 boundaries and 3 sixes as India posted an imposing 401 for 3 on the board. In reply, South Africa was all out for 248 in 42.5 overs with only AB de Villiers (114*) offering any resistance, but this match was all about Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar.

Sachin Tendulkar plays a shot on his way to scoring a world record breaking double century (200 runs) during the second One Day International (ODI) cricket match at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior.



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