In this match, experienced all-rounder Mitchell Marsh batted very well for Australia and scored 96 runs for his team in the second innings with the help of 13 fours in 130 balls.
At this time Australia and Pakistan The second test match between is being played at Melbourne Cricket Ground. In this match, experienced all-rounder Mitchell Marsh batted very well for Australia and scored 96 runs for his team in the second innings with the help of 13 fours in 130 balls.
However, the experienced all-rounder could not score a century in this match. His wicket was taken by Pakistan’s young player Mir Hamza. Let us tell you, in the second innings, the Australian team had a very bad start and their four wickets fell for just 16 runs. After this, Mitchell Marsh made an important partnership of 153 runs with Steve Smith for the fifth wicket and brought Australia back into the match.
Mitchell Marsh could not complete a century at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. He was the third player from his family to get out just before scoring a century in this magnificent stadium. Before him, his elder brother Shaun Marsh was run out on 99 runs in the second innings against India on the same ground in 2014. Not only this, his father Geoff Marsh was out after scoring 86 runs against India in 1991.
I could have won big honors but it didn’t happen: Mitchell Marsh
Speaking to ABC, the experienced all-rounder said, ‘I think there is a lot of history in the Boxing Day Test at this ground and I could have won this big honor but it did not happen. Shaun Marsh could have achieved this feat but it could not happen. I hope that next time I will definitely achieve this feat.
Mitchell Marsh further said, ‘When 4 wickets had fallen for 16 runs, a lot of voices were coming to my mind. But I knew my role very well and I also knew that I could bat very well in this situation. I started the counterattack and took a lot of pressure off my team. We also made some partnerships and that is why we are in a very good position at the moment.