Despite looming defeat, Henriques is enjoying time on spinning track

Australia ended the day on 232 for nine in their second innings, just 40 runs ahead of India overall with just one wicket in hand.

updated: February 25, 2013 23:14 IST
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Chennai: His side staring at defeat on a crumbling Chepauk pitch, Australian all-rounder Moises Henriques does not find any problem about India offering turning tracks and said his team-mates should "enjoy" the challenge of playing on such conditions.

"It's terrific as cricketers we get to go to different nations and play in different conditions. It's so different to wickets we get in Australia. It's so enjoyable, even if it hits your glove it's still enjoyable. It's just good fun," Henriques told reporters at the press conference after fourth day's play here.

"It's very frustrating when you get out. Very frustrating but you have to enjoy. That is the difference. I think it's a terrific day that cricket being such a world game that has so many different tough conditions," said Henriques, who was holding fort on 75 with Nathan Lyon for the last wicket.

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