Henry and Hastings were breaking the back of Aussie batsmen. But Marsh was the last hope of them. Marsh was facing Henry. There ball was medium paced delivery. The ball was out of the off stomp, but Marsh wanted to play the ball towards the On side.
Marsh did not get to the pitch of the ball, and ended up playing the ball on his toe. The ball bounced towards the bowler Henry. It looked like as if it was a clean catch as the ball went straight into the hands of Henry.
The bowler appealed the umpire and the umpire gave his decision for the third umpire to get involved. The replay umpire was referred, The batsman was given out unfortunately. It cost Australia the match and the series. this remains the most controversial decision.
He was opening up. He was already looking impressive in the middle of the innings with 1 sixer and four boundaries. Mathew Wade was his partner in those overs where they were trying well to chase the New Zealand bowlers.