26 Jan 2012

Clarke says team comes ahead of individual heroics in Adelaide

11:07 am on 26 January 2012

The Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke failed to muster even the vaguest slither of a smile after scoring a double century and joining a very select club on day two of the fourth and final test against India in Adelaide, with the skipper saying he won't be happy until the test is won.

India will enter day three struggling at 61 for two chasing the home side's colossal 604 for seven declared and needing to reach at least 343 to ensure Australia have to bat again.

Clarke's 210 came after his unbeaten 329 in the second test in Sydney and he joined Don Bradman and Wally Hammond as the only players to have scored triple and double centuries in one series.

However Clarke says it's all about the team as the hosts try to turn their advantage into a victory and 4-0 series clean sweep.

Day three gets underway at 1pm.