Captain Michael Clarke makes a double century hit which stunned their Indian opponents in the recently held Cricket game between India and Australia held in Sydney. Captain Michael Clarke batted through day two in order to score an unbeaten 251 as Australia took complete control of the second Test against India.

The hosts for the said activity starred at the very beginning of the day on 116-3 and only lost one wicket all day as Clarke added 288 with Ricky Ponting who scored 134. Also, the skipper reached the highest Sydney Cricket Ground for the record score by an Australian which dropped by Ishant Sharma on 182. Furthermore, after Ponting somewhat fell and with this, Mike Hussey got the chance to help Clarke out in taking out Aurtralia to 482-4 by the close, a lead of 291 against their Indian opponents. Looks like they never really gave a damn to their opponents.

For those who do not know yet, Cricket is a kind of sport being played as a bat-and-ball game played between two teams composed of 11 players each team. The game is being played in an oval-shaped field at the center of which is a rectangular 22-yard long pitch. As far as I can see it, it looks just the same with baseball because one of the team members bats while trying to score to as many runs as possible while the other team mates bows and fields, trying to dismiss the batsmen and thus limit the runs scored by the batting team. That’s how the game goes.