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3 batsmen who scored centuries in debut test and final test.It is the desire of every player to score a century in a Test match for his country. This thing becomes memorable when scoring a century in the first match. The player soon gets a new identity in world cricket. Many players have been struggling to score a century in Test cricket.There are some names for which hundreds of hundred is not a very difficult task. Sachinandulkar was at the forefront who scored 51 centuries in his Test career. Jacques Kallis, Ricky Ponting, Kumar Sangakkara and Rahul Dravid also scored several centuries in their Test careers.
There have been some cricketers who have scored centuries in their careers but they achieved special achievement by scoring a century in a farewell match after a debut match. Players who have scored a century in the final Test after their debut have also seen a good name.These players started the Test career in an impressive manner and in the end, retaining it, took a farewell with a century. Bill Ponsford and Reginal Duff have also scored centuries in the final match after the first Test but they are not mentioned in this article.
Former Australian captain Chappell scored a century in his debut Test match in 1970. In this match played against England in Perth, Chappell scored 108 runs. He played the last match in a 14-year career against Pakistan in Sydney. In this match played in 1984, he scored 182 runs. In this way he achieved a unique achievement towards the end of his career. Greg Chappell has also been the coach of the Indian team. His feud with Sourav Ganguly was in the news. Dada was the captain at that time.
The former Indian captain made his debut for India at the Eden Gardens in 1984 against England. The player, who opened the account with an innings of 110 runs, played his last match in 2000 against South Africa. He scored 102 runs in this match. In this way, he also achieved a special achievement in his career.
Sir Alastair Cook
This player made his debut for England against India and also ended against the Indian team. Cook, who started Test life in Nagpur in 2006, scored 104 not out. He played the last match at the Oval and in his final Test innings he scored 147 runs. Indian spinner Hanuma Vihari made him his victim. His record against India was excellent.