ADELAIDE: In his quest for a 4-0 whitewash, Australian skipper Michael Clarke said his team would not show any sympathy to Sachin Tendulkar, who remains unbeaten at the end of day two of the fourth Test and desperately seeks his 100th international century.
"No, I certainly won't be showing him any sympathy. We're there to win the game. He's a wonderful player and it's going to be really tough to get him out on that wicket. But somehow we're going to have to find a way to do it twice," said Clarke who slammed 210 during Australia's mammoth total of 604 for 7 declared in their first innings.
Even though Tendulkar is still around, Virender Sehwag (18) and Rahul Dravid (1) didn't help the team's cause with their early dismissals on the second day.
"Sehwag is a very good player. His way to score is a lot different to mine. He has had a lot of success.''
''As for Dravid getting out bowled again, I have no idea what he's feeling. Importantly, we have plans for every batter. So far things have worked," said Clarke.