Michael Clarke has included India’s flamboyant left-hand batsman Yuvraj Singh in his squad who is presently playing for the Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL
Michael Clarke defended under-fire India skipper MS Dhoni, who he reckons has much more to give to cricket.
Virat Kohli was all praise for the one of Australia’s finest bastaman.
Here are some of Michael Clarke’s top knocks that brought glory to his nation.
Michael Clarke’s retirement dominated the headlines than the national team’s dismal performance.
Michael Clarke announced on Saturday he will be retiring from Test cricket at the end of the Ashes series.
Michael Clarke has played 114 Tests and scored over 8,000 runs, including 28 centuries.
Clarke was caught by Alastair Cook at first slip aiming an expansive drive at Broad.
Michael Clarke is acutely aware that Australia have not won an Ashes series in England since 2001.
Clarke looked back on a tumultuous period when his grief for Hughes and struggle for fitness played out in the full public glare.
Michael Clarke names top five cricketers he has played with or against plus Brian Lara as his personal favourite.
Australia rode on Clarke’s 72-ball 74 to outplay New Zealand and bag their fifth World Cup title.
Clarke made his odi debut way back in 2003 against England at Adelaide Oval.
Clarke decided to hang his boots from ODI cricket after World Cup final.
After the loss to New Zealand, Clarke blamed the lack of training for Australia’s batting collapse.