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India were 11 for 2, needing to erase a 139-run deficit against West Indies, when Tendulkar rallied with 176 to save the game in Kolkata, 2002. "It has been said innumerable times in the past, most loudly by his critics, that Tendulkar fails to make runs when India need it the most," wrote Anand Vasu for Cricinfo. "Today ... not being altogether destructive, or indeed too defensive, Tendulkar remained unbeaten on 114 as the players walked off the field."

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