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Opener Mitchell Marsh is doing stormy batting in ODI series
Team India bowlers thrashed fiercely in both ODIs

New Delhi. In the second ODI, on the pitch of Visakhapatnam, where Team India’s fans were yearning for one run, Australian opener Mitchell Marsh surprised everyone by batting furiously. Mitchell hit 66 runs in 36 balls at a strike rate of 183.33. It included 6 fours and as many sixes. Even in the first ODI played in Mumbai, Mitchell Marsh did stormy batting. In Wankhede, the Australian opener scored 81 runs in 65 balls with 10 fours and 5 sixes.

Mitchell Marsh has a strike rate of 127 in T20 and 92.23 in ODIs. Mitchell’s elder brother Shaun Marsh, who recently retired from international cricket, has also been famous for explosive batting. Geoff Marsh, the father of both of them, has also been a great cricketer. Former Australian opener Geoff Marsh earned a lot of fame on the basis of his batting, but he also has an embarrassing record of slow batting.

3rd slowest ODI century
ODI match was played between Australia and England on 29 May 1989. Batting first, England scored 278 runs for 7 wickets in 50 overs. Geoff Marsh, who came out to start the innings for Australia, played 156 balls to score a century. He hit 7 fours and a six in his innings.

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Australia won the match by 6 wickets with 3 balls remaining. Geoff Marsh remained not out after scoring 111 runs off 162 balls. He stayed at the crease for 219 minutes and during this time his strike rate was 68.51. This innings of Geoff Marsh is counted among the slowest innings in ODI cricket history. Rameez Raja (157) and David Boon (166) have played more balls than Geoff Marsh to complete the century.

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