India v England, 5th Test: Hanuma Vihari handed Test debut at the Oval
So far, Hanuma Vihari has racked up 5142 runs in 63 FC matches with 15 centuries and 24 half-centuries.

Hanuma Vihari was given his maiden Test cap on Friday moments before the start of the fifth Test between India and England at the Oval, making him the 292nd Test player for the country. The BCCI confirmed the news via twitter.

Vihari, 24, who will ply his trade for Andhra this Ranji season moving from Hyderabad, boasts a first-class average of 59.94 the highest among active cricketers. He was the fifth highest run-getter in the 2017-18 season scoring 752 runs at an average of 94.00, including a highest score of 302 not out. During India A s tour of England, Vihari had amassed 410 runs in six matches at an average of 51.25

In the recently concluded Tri-series featuring England Lions, India A and West Indies A, Vihari had scored 253 List A runs in three matches while Shaw made 151 runs in four matches. In the India A v West Indies A unofficial Test Series, Shaw made 188 in two innings and Vihari made 119 in four innings.