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Three centuries registered in Australian innings

Total three hundreds were registered in Australian innings in the 1st test against India Australian captain Michael Clarke played with back pain to score an emotional 28th century in his test career as Australia reached big total of 460/6 in the 2nd session on Day 2 of the first Test against India. Earlier, Clarke was retired at 60 on Tuesday and taken some injections before walking out to bat on the rainy second day. Clarke want to score a century in honor of teammate late Phillip Hughes and the Australian captain batted responsibly to become the third host batsman to score a hundred in the Test, after David Warner and Steve Smith.

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