Sachin Tendulkar unlikely to score 100th ton in Australia, feels Glenn McGrath – Cricket News Update

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Former Australian pacer, will not be able to score his historic 100th ton during the ongoing tour of Australia.
With 99 international tons to his name, Tendulkar is just one century short of becoming the first man to score hundred international hundreds. Cricket lovers and fans have been waiting for the elusive landmark since the English tour of India. He has come
close to record on a few occasions the past few months, but falling short every time.
Team, playing a four-match Test series. With three games still left in the series, fans and analysts alike are anticipating the Little Master to accomplish the record in the second Test at Sydney, starting on Tuesday.
However, McGrath has an entirely different take on the matter, saying that the Master Blaster will remain stranded on 99 tons this summer. He did rate Tendulkar as a class act, and confessed that Tendulkar will arrive at the elusive ton sooner than later.
At the same time, he also claimed that the Kangaroos will stop the Indian superstar from achieving the glory in Australia.
"Well the scene is set, there's no doubt about that, Sachin's a class player and to be sitting on 99 (international) hundreds is incredible," McGrath was quoted as saying by the Sydney Morning Herald.

"But I'm tipping our boys will hold him back for another few Tests. It would be nice to see Sachin get his 100th hundred first Test in the next series," added the 41-year-old fast bowler.
Currently, Australia is winning the 4 match Test series 1-0, courtesy a 122 runs victory at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in the first test. Tendulkar made a fabulous half-century in the first innings of the match, but was cleaned up by Siddle to leave him
short of his elusive hundred.
Tendulkar has another chance in the second Test match, and he will need to be on song if India is to level the 4 match series at Sydney.



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