Courtesy an unbroken 90-run third wicket stand between Tendulkar (44 batting, 88 balls, 6x4) and opener Murali Vijay (42 batting, 83 balls, 4x4, 1x6), India were 128 for two when play was stopped after 34.2 overs.
Tendulkar's feat was watched by a packed Chinnaswamy stadium crowd and the maestro got a standing ovation from all present in the stadium. Australian captain Ricky Ponting remains Tendulkar's nearest rival but the Aussie is still behind by 1822 runs.
Ponting was one of the first among the opposition players to come up and congratulate Tendulkar for his achievement.
Image: Sachin Tendulkar raises his bat to celebrate after completing 14,000 runs in his Test career during the second day of the second Test in Bangalore
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