Michael Clarke scored an impressive unbeaten 329 against India in Australia‘s home series against the Indians in the 2011-12 season. Clarke, batting at Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) — his home ground — looked in fluent form and delighted the audience with some classy shots. The Indian attack consisted bowlers like Zaheer Khan, Ishant Sharma, Umesh Yadav and Ravichandran Ashwin, all of whom were meted out similar treatment by Clarke. Clarke’s innings gave Australia a score of 659 for four after India had been skittled for a paltry 191 in their first innings. ALSO READ: Michael Clarke receives guard of honour by England players

India then scored a fighting 400 in the second innings, but that was not enough to make Australia bat again and Clarke was named the undoubted man of the match. At present Clarke is playing in his final Test after undergoing a rough patch of form which had become seemingly incorrigible. The final nail in the coffin was Australia’s dismal showing in the Ashes 2015 in England which saw them concede the urn within the fourth Test. Poll: Will Michael Clarke score a century in his final Test?

Clarke, at the age of 34, could have conitnued for a bit longer on would have imagined but in light of the mounting pressure and the incessant grip of poor form Clarke made the selfless decision to quit. Among the many knocks he’ll be remembered for, the unbeaten 329 against India will rank right on top. Apart from this, Clarke had 27 other centuries in Tests, but none as big as this one.