Sachin Tendulkar on Monday dedicated one of his finest centuries to the families of victims of last month's Mumbai terror attacks.
Tendulkar hit 103 not out in an unbroken fifth wicket of 163 runs with left-hander Yuvraj Singh (85 not out) to beat England by six wickets in a game which looked in serious jeopardy after the attacks.
"From my point of view I look at it as an attack on India, not on Mumbai. It is an attack on India and it should hurt every Indian, not only people from Mumbai," Tendulkar said.
"We are Indians and that is how I look at it. I would like to dedicate this hundred to all those people who have gone through such terrible times."
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