Renshaw copped a lot of flak from many including former Australia skipper Allan Border, who felt the opener should have toughed it out.
"Matt is a young talent who is very hungry for success,"- Kent CEO.
Renshaw remained unbeaten on 90 off 50 balls.
The left-hand batsman hit 38 fours and 12 maximums in his 273-ball knock.
On the other hand, Adam Gilchrist is profoundly in favour of Matt Renshaw's inclusion.
He also heaped a lot of praise on the Indian bowling attack and said that they could easily clock 140 clicks.
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Renshaw was hit on the helmet during the warm-up game.
The first Test between Australia and Pakistan begins on Sunday, October 7.