Friday, January 21, 2022

Shreyas Iyer hits century on his Test debut; Check out all the Indian cricketers who scored a century on their Test debut

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Shreyas Iyer scored a century against New Zeland in Kanpur in the 1st Test of the series. He has now become the 16th Indian cricketer to score a century on Test debut.

Iyer joins the elite list of players which include Sourav Ganguly, Virender Sehwag, Rohit Sharma, etc. Lets’s take a look at all the 16 Indian crickets who scored a century on their Test debut.

Indian cricketers who scored a century on their debut

1. Lala Amarnath118England (1933)
2. Deepak Shodhan110Pakistan (1952)
3. A. G. Kripal Singh100*New Zealand (1955)
4. Abbas Ali Baig112England (1959)
5. Hanumant Singh105England (1964)
6. Gundappa Viswanath137Australia (1969)
7. Surinder Amarnath124New Zealand (1976)
8. Mohammad Azharuddin110England (1984)
9. Pravin Amre103South Africa (1992)
10. Sourav Ganguly131England (1996)
11. Virender Sehwag105South Africa (2001)
12. Suresh Raina120Sri Lanka (2010)
13. Shikhar Dhawan187Australia (2013)
14. Rohit Sharma177West Indies (2013)
15. Prithvi Shaw134West Indies (2018)
16. Shreyas Iyer105New Zealand (2021)

Shreyas Iyer scored 105 off 171 balls. During his brilliant innings, he stroke 13 fours and a couple of sixes. He was dismissed by Tim Southee. He is also the third successive Mumbai player after Rohit Sharma and Prithvi Shaw to score a hundred on Test debut.

Read: IPL 2022: DC to retain Axar Patel, Prithvi Shaw but releases Shikhar Dhawan

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