These four players of Team India set a record by scoring more than 150 runs in the debut test match

Indian’s Scored 150+ Runs in Debut Test: In the first match played between India and New Zealand in Kanpur, Shreyas Iyer made his Test debut and impressed everyone by performing brilliantly. Iyer scored a century in the first innings, then put the team in a strong position by scoring a half-century in the second innings. Due to his brilliant innings, the team came very close to victory in the first test match, but in the end the match went on an exciting turn and ended in a draw. Today, we are telling you about some such players of Team India, who scored more than 150 runs in their debut test match.

Shreyas Iyer

Iyer played his first test match against New Zealand in Kanpur. In its first innings, he played a sensible innings of 105 runs. While contributed 65 runs in the second innings. Overall, he scored 170 runs in his first Test. Thanks to his innings, the team got rid of New Zealand’s sweat. However this match ended in a draw.

Rohit Sharma

Team India’s hitman Rohit Sharma played his first test match against West Indies in the year 2013. He made a big score of 177 runs in the very first innings. Thanks to his performance, the team won this match by an innings and 51 runs.

Shikhar Dhawan

Opener Shikhar Dhawan made his Test debut against Australia in 2013. Dhawan played a quick innings of 187 runs to put the team in a strong position. However, in the second innings, Dhawan could not bat due to injury. Indian team won this match by 4 wickets.

Lala Amarnath

Former Indian cricketer Lala Amarnath made his Test debut against England in 1933. He scored 38 runs in the first innings and 118 runs in the second innings. This was the first century by any Indian player in international cricket. Although England won this match.

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