India's debutant batsman Prithvi Shaw has become the youngest Indian player to score 100 on Test debut after he scored a tremendous 134-run on the first day of the Test match against Windies.
Virat Kohli also surpassed Virender Sehwag (714 in 2009-10) to score the most number runs in five consecutive Test innings in India.
Earlier, India got off to a nightmare start, losing KL Rahul for a duck in the very first over of the match.
Shaw and Pujara, who came one down, however, maintained their calm and punished the bad deliveries to complete half-centuries. In the third session, Kohli and Rahane stitched a 105-run stand to take the team past 300.
He reached his half-century off 56 deliveries and was unbeaten on 75 off 74 deliveries at lunch as India reached 133 for one, with Pujara on 56.
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At just 18 years and 329 days old, Shaw only needed 99 balls to notch his maiden Test century with an impressive knock.
In the process, Shaw also became the second youngest Indian to score a maiden Test ton after the legendary Sachin Tendulkar.
And Shaw finally departed in the final over before the break when he tamely chipped a return catch to Bishoo. Shaw got to his century with local boy Cheteshwar Pujara at the other end, much to the delight of the Indian dressing room who gave the youngster a standing ovation.
Shaw gathered his runs on both sides of the wicket, taking 12 from Paul's second over of the morning courtesy of three boundaries before driving the same bowler for fours through the off and leg side to move into the 40s.
But at 337 in 84 overs, Roston Chase dismissed Rahane.