The rest of the Cricket world remain studious pupils as the Little Master shows how it is done.
Fans, TMS commentators, photographers and opponents had to wait patiently as Tendulkar reached the gleaming milestone of scoring one hundred runs one hundred times in his professional career. His last century was compiled last March so writers of encylcopedias, Sunday sports supplements and pub quizzes all over the world have been willing the Indian playmaker to break through the nervous nineties to finally get the accolades his illustrious career deserves. In the One day match against Bangladesh in Dhaka, part of the Asia Cup, the 38 year-old finished on 114 off 147 to put his team in a commanding position for the umpteenth time in his 23 years representing his country.
This is guy is a wizard with the bat and many a glittering eulogy has been heartedly declared in his honour, all of which are massively deserving given the records he has achieved and broken. All any Cricket fan wants however, is more of the same.