Usman Khawaja of Australia plays a shot during day two of the first cricket Test match between New Zealand and Australia at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on February 13, 2016. AFP PHOTO / MARTY MELVILLE
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Khawaja finally feels he belongsWith four centuries in his last six test innings, Usman Khawaja finally feels like he belongs in international cricket after a rocky start to his career.Khawaja scored 140 as Australia eased to 463-6 at the close of play on the second day of the first test against New Zealand Saturday to give the visitors a massive 280-run lead.The retirements of Michael Clarke and Chris Rogers after last year's Ashes tour of England opened up two top order spots and Khawaja was recalled for the series against New Zealand, where his first test century helped his mindset.
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