Marnus Labuschagne finished the calender year as the highest run-scorer in Tests. The turnaround of fortunes for Labuschange began in August after he replaced Steve Smith as a concussion substitute. Having scored 353 runs against England in the Ashes, Labuschagne cemented his place in the eleven.
After scoring a massive 1104 runs in 17 innings in 2019, Labuschange gave an insight on his process-driven approach which helped him cement his place at number three.
"I just keeping it process-driven and not on results," Labuschange told Cricket Australia after Australia won the second Test versus New Zealand by 247 runs.
"Making sure that every innings I come in with a clear mind and making sure I'm playing what's in front of me and not what's happened in the past and not what I want to achieve – it's right in the moment," he added.
He also has received his maiden ODI-callup for the ODI series against India.
"It's a great team to be a part of, and the way we're playing at the moment is really enjoyable," Labuschagne asserted.