newscricket14 days ago

Michael Clarke calls Virat Kohli best ODI player of all time

Michael Clarke has called Virat Kohli the best ODI player of all-time after his 160-run knock in the third ODI against South Africa. The Indian skipper has been going through a purple patch of his own recently and single-handedly led the team to an assailable 3-0 lead in the series.
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newscricket3 months ago

Michael Clarke feels he should have quit after Philip Hughes' death

Michael Clarke has claimed that he should have stopped playing cricket after Philip Hughes' unfortunate death on the cricket ground as he was too distracted to play the game after that. He also added that 2015 West Indies tour was the worst tour of his life as it was an emotional phase for him.
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newscricket5 months ago

Harbhajan Singh takes a dig at 'no quality' Australian batting; says Michael Clarke should return

Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh took a dig at the Australian team, tweeting that the days of Australia producing good quality batsmen are over after India beat Australia in Indore by 5 wickets. The Turbanator also joked that Australia needed Michael Clarke to come out of retirement to help the team.
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newscricket5 months ago

Michael Clarke : Without T20 cricket, we might not have seen David Warner or Hardik Pandya

Michael Clarke disagrees with the fact that shortest format of the game has adversely affected Test cricket stating that players like David Warner and Hardik Pandya have emerged as a result of T20 cricket. Clarke, moreover, is still optimistic about Australia's chances of winning the series.
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newscricket5 months ago

MS Dhoni can be part of the 2023 World Cup squad, believes Michael Clarke

Michael Clarke has claimed that he is confident about the inclusion of MS Dhoni in the 2019 World Cup and added that Dhoni can be a key member of the 2023 World Cup as well. In the first ODI against Australia, Dhoni not only performed behind the stumps but scored an important half century as well.
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newscricket5 months ago

India vs Australia | Steve Smith needs to define the way for his team’s success, says Michael Clarke

Michael Clarke believes that this series will be the real challenge for Steve Smith as the current Aussie captain will be needed to define the way for his team’s success against a strong side. Clarke also thinks that the second ODI on Thursday could decide the course of the series.
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newscricket5 months ago

Australian media at times has been disgraceful to Virat Kohli, says Michael Clarke, on "sweeper" remark

Michael Clarke has slammed Australian media for their continuous quest to disgrace Virat Kohli and stated that they don’t like the Indian skipper because he performs against them. Three days ago, an Australian journalist posted a picture of Kohli cleaning a cricket stadium with a disdainful remark.
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newscricket5 months ago

Michael Clarke : Kohli better limited overs batsman than Smith

Michael Clarke has named Virat Kohli as the better ODI batsman while giving Steve Smith the title in Tests but picked Kohli as the better skipper between the two captains. Clarke also stated that the Aussie's experience of playing the Test series in India will be useful in the upcoming series.
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newscricket5 months ago

Dropped Ashwin and Jadeja can play for Australia, jokes Michael Clarke

Michael Clarke showed his funny side while commenting on R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja's absence from the Indian ODI team stating that Australia would be happy to sponsor the duo to play for them. He added that tackling spin would be not a major concern for the Australians on flat Indian pitches.
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newscricket8 months ago

Michael Clarke picks Ben Stokes as his No.1 draft pick for World XI

Former Australian captain Michael Clarke has chosen Englishman Ben Stokes as his first pick for his World XI team to play a Test match at the Gabba. On the other hand, Ian Chappell and Ian Healy decided to go with their compatriots - Mitchell Starc and David Warner - as their respective picks.
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