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Australia Captain announces Retirement

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Australian Skipper Michael Clarke declared amid the prematch press conference that he would be saying adios to ODIs after Sunday’s ICC rnWorld Cup 2015 last against New Zealand.

Clarke: “I made the decision 48 hours prior in the wake of inquiring as to whether I would be playing World rnCup 2019 I said to myself that I don’t I will be. Its the privilege time for me. It gives a great deal of time for the following skipper and the group torn plan for the following World Cup”.


The Skipper insights Steven Smith is liable to assume responsibility as Australia ODI Captain after the World Cup 2015.

Inrn 244 ODIs, Michael Clarke scored 7,907 runs with a most astounding score of 130.rn He, then again, wishes to keep playing Test Cricket for some more time. In 108 matches, He scored 8,432 runs with a most noteworthy score of 329 in tests.


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