Former Australian batsman and a key member of Don Bradman's 'Invincibles' side, Arthur Morris passed away on Saturday at the age of 93.
Regarded as one of the finest openers of his era, Morris scored 3,533 runs in 46 Tests at an average of 46.48.
Morris crowning moment came during the 1948 tour of England, when he scored the highest runs for his side. 'The Invincibles' played 32 matches on the tour and remained unbeaten.
Morris made his Test debut against England in Brisbane in 1946 and went on to score 12 centuries during his international cricket career.
He also captained Australia twice.
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