| GEO Sports|
| Australia-Windies Test ended in draw|
| Updated at: 1513 PST, Tuesday, December 08, 2009|
ADELAIDE: The second Test match between Australia and the West Indies ended in a draw after Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin helped their team from an embarrassment of defeat here on Tuesday.
However, the hosts are still leading a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
West Indies resumed their second innings on the final day at 284-8 and they were all out for 317 runs.
Captain Chris Gayle remained not out on 165 to become the first West Indian captain to carry his bat through a Test innings. He hit seven fours and a six during his long innings of seven hours and 21 minutes.
Mitchell Johnson was the most successful Australian bowler with five wickets.
Australia needing 330 runs to win the match but lost five wickets for 139 before Clarke and Haddin struggled to avoid defeat and succeeded at the end. Australia were 212 runs for five wickets when the match ended in a draw.
Clarke made 61 and Haddin 21 as both put 73 runs for the unbeaten sixth wicket partnership.
For the West Indies, Dwayne Bravo claimed three wickets for 37.
The third and the final Test will begin on December 16 at Perth.