Sachin Tendulkar against West Indies – Records, Stats and Trivia


Sachin Tendulkar against West Indies in Test is how it will end for the little master. But before the curtains actually go down, let’s take a look at Tendulkar’s record against the West Indies. An up to date article.

Sachin Tendulkar against West Indies
The curtain goes down

Sachin Tendulkar against West Indies- TEST RECORD


Matches: 19 | Innings: 30 | Not Out: 2 | Runs: 1546 | Highest Score: 179 | Ave: 55.21 | 100: 3 | 50: 9

In West Indies

Matches: 10 | Innings: 14 | Not Out: 1 | Runs: 620 | Highest Score: 117 | Ave: 47.69 | 100: 1 | 50: 5

Highest Scores

179 at Nagpur in December 1994

176 at Kolkata in October 2002

117 at Port of Spain in April 2002

94 at Mumbai in November 2011

92 at Bridgetown in March 1997

Record During November 2011 Home Series

Matches: 3 | Innings: 5 | Runs: 218 | HS: 94 | Ave: 43.60 | 50: 2

Sachin Tendulkar against West Indies- OTHER FACTS AND STATS

1. Sachin Tendulkar has played only one Test against West Indies at the Eden Gardens – in November 2002. Tendulkar scored 36 and 176 as the high-scoring match ended in a draw.

India were struggling at 87 for 4 in the second innings, but a 214-run partnership for the fifth wicket between Tendulkar and VVS Laxman (154*) saved India the blushes.
2. Sachin Tendulkar played his first Test against West Indies in November 1994 at the Wankhede Stadium. He scored 34 and 85 as India won the match by 96 runs.

Tendulkar is the only player of the 22 to still be playing international cricket.
3. Sachin Tendulkar played his first Test in West Indies at Kingston, Jamaica in March 1997. He scored 7 and 15* as the match ended in a draw.

Tendulkar and Shivnarine Chanderpaul, who scored 52 and 48, are the only two from that match still playing international cricket.


Sachin Tendulkar against West Indies – AS CAPTAIN


March-April, 1997

7 and 15 at Kingston

88 at Port of Spain

92 and 4 at Bridgetown

83 at Georgetown


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