7. Sachin Tendulkar, 119 Vs England, Manchester, 1990
At number seven is the Mumbai Master blaster. The Hundred that we are discussing here is the maiden century by the little master. The fact that it came in the second innings, with India desperately needing someone to bat, which many of them had forgotten on the tour, was a true delight. His effortless straight drives with his no brand bat vividly sits in the memories of this generation of cricket fans who grew up watching Star Cricket! Scoring 119 runs filled with 17 fours, Sachin over the years lost some form and just scored 99 more International hundreds after this one.