Arjun Tendulkar, the son of Indian great Sachin, hit a century on his first class debut.
The 23-year-old scored 120 of 207 deliveries for Goa against Rajasthan.
Tendulkar junior is primarily a bowler and was batting at seven, but he hit triple figures to help Goa reach 493 for eight in the Ranji Trophy.
His father is the most prolific goalscorer in the history of international cricket and scored a century on his senior debut as a 15-year-old in 1988.
Arjun emulated his father’s first century 34 years later as he hit 16 fours and two sixes on day two at the Goa Cricket Association Academy Ground in Porvorim. His ton came out of 177 balls.
The southpaw marked his century in the same competition in which Sachin scored his first triple-figure tally, for Mumbai against Gujarat.
Tendulkar senior retired in 2013 with exactly 100 international centuries – 51 in Test cricket and 49 in ODI.
Arjun played for India Under-19s and signed for Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League but is yet to play a game for the franchise.
He moved to Goa this season in search of regular cricket.