Hitting a century in matches is what a batsman wishes for when he grabs the cricket bat and walks down to the pitch.
Well, it gets really special for a batsman when he hits a century in his debut match. As cricket is one of the most uncertain so not every cricketer gets to achieve this exceptional milestone.
Nanik Amarnath Bhardwaj Renowned as Lala Amarnath was the main cricketer to score a Test century for India. Playing his introduction coordinate against England in 1933 on the Bombay Gymkhana Grounds, he scored a 118 in the second innings.
List of other player who made a century in their debut match:
Ranked by Wisden as the 6th most noteworthy one-day universal batsman ever, Sourav Ganguly turned out to be just the third batsman to score a century on make a big appearance at the Lord's the point at which he hit 131 in the principal innings against England in 1996.
The quickest triple centurion in the historical backdrop of universal cricket, Sehwag declared his entry on the world stage with a splitting 105 against South Africa in the main innings of the Bloemfontein Test in 2001.
Having sat tight in the wings for some time, Raina benefited as much as possible from the open door as he hit a splendid 120 to end up the twelfth Indian to make a Test century on making a big appearance. His thump came in the principal innings of the second Test against Sri Lanka being played at the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground in Colombo.
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