India's Prithvi Shaw celebrates after scoring fifty runs on the first day of the first cricket test against West Indies.
With hundreds on debut in Ranji trophy, Duleep trophy and Irani Trophy, all eyes were on Prithvi after it was announced he is set to make his debut in the first Test match.
The 18-year-old Shaw, who was chosen ahead of uncapped Mayank Agarwal and one-Test-old Hanuma Vihari from the 15-man squad, is expected to open alongside Lokesh Rahul.
Shaw scored his first runs with a punch off the back foot through the covers off his second delivery, making it evident why he has already been tipped for a bright future in national colours.
However, Prithvi Shaw stitched a 206-run stand alongside Cheteshwar Pujara before Pujara fell for 86.
Kohli, who is the world's number one Test batsman, got to his half-century against Bishoo and was getting more risky with each passing ball. Both Pujara and Shaw did not allow leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo or off-spinner Roston Chase to settle in and pounced on every bad delivery.
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Shaw reached his half-century off 56 balls, and Pujara scored his 19th test half-century off 67 balls as the duo scored at 5.32 runs per over in the morning session.
Debutant Prithvi Shaw touched various records on his way to a stroke-filled 154-ball 134 and helped India rubber-stamp their dominance over the visiting side at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot.
Day 1 round-up: To put it in one word, the opening day of the first Test between India and Windies was "Shaw-some"! He is still young and with time will mature as a batsman and as a cricketer so it is important that India give him enough opportunities.
West Indies, already without Kemar Roach after the pace spearhead returned home due to a family bereavement, suffered a further setback when captain Jason Holder was ruled out with an ankle injury.
Shaw, however, continued batting with confidence and his first boundary came in the second over bowled by Keemo Paul, another back foot punch towards the point boundary.
Kohli reached his 20th test half-century off 100 balls.