New Delhi: The entire Kolkata might be talking about the two boundaries that Manoj Tiwary hit off Dwayne Bravo's bowling to take his team to the title but the 26-year-old feels that his maiden ODI hundred against West Indies at the Chepauk last year was the best moment of his career.
"I know people will remember those two boundaries but my ODI century against West Indies was the best moment of my career. I played through pain that day and also it was a make or break innings for me," Tiwary told PTI during an interaction before he boarded the London-bound flight on his way to Caribbean island with India A team.
"I am extremely proud of the two boundaries I hit against CSK but the situation (was) entirely different when I played for India. I hadn't done much in the earlier matches and that could well have been my last chance. I was in acute pain due to cramps. It was an innings that kept me in the mix," Tiwary said.