Friday 25 November 2011 

Tendulkar Falls Short Of Landmark Century

Indian batsmen Sachin Tendulkar fell just six runs short of a 100th international century early on day four of the third and final Test against the West Indies in Mumbai.

With his side on 322 for four having lost VVS Laxman for 32, Tendulkar edged Ravi Rampaul to Darren Sammy at slip and left the field much to the disappointment of the huge crowd at the Wankhede Stadium.

Relive the moment as John Pennington describes the action below. For the latest score from Mumbai, and a round up of the game so far, .

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