With the achievement, Shaw became the fourth youngest player to score a hundred on debut and the youngest ever Indian.
Rajkot: Prithvi Shaw became the youngest Indian to score a Test century on debut as India rode on the Mumbai teenager's fluent 134 to post 232/3 at Tea against the West Indies in the first Test here on Thursday.
Fast bowler Mohammed Shami removed both Windies openers, bowling stand-in captain Kraigg Brathwaite and trapping Kieran Powell lbw.
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India made 143 runs in the afternoon session, scoring at close to 4.5 runs an over.
He built a solid partnership with Cheteshwar Pujara. Tendulkar was 17 years and 107 days old while Shaw is 18 years and 329 days old when he got to his century. He delivered the masterclass batting style in the first match against Windies.
The last session saw India maintain a good run rate with Kohli and Rahane (41) stitching a 105-run partnership and helping India get past the 300-run mark.
Kohli, who started on his overnight score of 72, got to his hundred in his 123rd innings with a boundary off Bishoo.
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His entertaining innings was laced with eight fours and four sixes. Kohli had picked up two boundaries in the previous over from Devendra Bishoo and was looking to attack Sherman Lewis.
Any hopes West Indies had of finding further immediate breakthroughs were then dashed as Shaw and Pujara combined in a 206-run second wicket stand to consolidate the innings.
Prithvi Shaw had been impressive during India A's tour of England, and was knocking on the doors of the national team.
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