But who is the 19-year-old spinner and where has he come from?
He might be batting at number 11 but he has not played like it.
Ashton Agar, the 19-year-old left-arm spinner from Australia, came out of nowhere to be picked in his first test match, when handed his Baggy Green for the first game of the Ashes series.
But who is he and where has he come from?
While he is Australian-born he is of Sri Lankan decent and is contracted with Western Australia and the Perch Scorchers in the Big Big League, Australia’s version of the IPL.
He has represented Victoria at junior level along with the Australian under-19s side.
Agar was called up for Australia’s recent tour of India and was recently with the Australia A side during their tour through the UK.
He has only played 10 First Class matches, and while he is known do hiss bowling, his batting is better than solid for a lower-order player.
He averages 33.6 and has a highest score of 71 not out, with three 50s being scored in his brief time at First Class level.
He has taken 31 wickets at an average of 29 with his best figures being 5-65.