It was the perfect Test debut that Rohit Sharma had been dreaming of as he struck a hundred to rescue India from crisis in the opening Test against the West Indies. But the magnitude of his achievement is yet to sink in for the youngster, who conceded to being under pressure.

Rohit's unbeaten 228-ball 127 resurrected India after the hosts had been reduced to 83 for five on the second day of the ongoing match. The Indians are now comfortably placed at 354 for six with Rohit and Ravichandran Ashwin (92) well set to guide the team further.

Asked if he had any idea about what he had achieved on Thursday, Rohit, the 14th Indian cricketer to hit a century on debut, smiled and said ,"No, not really."

(With inputs from PTI)