Former Australia cricket team captain Michael Clarke recently bought a black cap by a popular American brand which features the cloverleaf. His daughter instantly took a liking to it and he decided to get it inked.
Michael Clarke has offered to help the embattled Australian cricket team ‘in any way’ he can as they deal with the fallout of ball-tampering bans.
Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft admitted to tamper with the condition of the ball during the third day of the third Test against South Africa.
Harbhajan Singh had tweeted during the third ODI, “Mate u need to come out of your retirement and start playing again I think. Era of Aussies producing top batsmen is over I feel. No quality.”
Australia let go of the momentum that Aaron Finch and Steve Smith provided in the third ODI against India in Indore to only score 293 runs in the end.
Asked whether MS Dhoni would play in the coming 2019 World Cup, Michael Clarke said, “Don’t ask me whether he will play in the 2019 World Cup. He will play in 2023.”
Michael Clarke feels that the trend of flat pitches in the limited over formats will offer some hope for Steve Smith & co. The former Australia captain also believes that the current Australian batsmen shouldn’t have much problem against India’s spin.
Former Australia captain Michael Clarke spoke on the speculated rift between India captain Virat Kohli and coach Anil Kumble. He said that all great relationships are challenged and need to be worked on in closed environments.
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.