Michael Clarke all set to Retirement from cricket
Australian Skipper Michael Clarke said he will retire from international cricket after Ashes 2015 continuous in England.
He said these words after losing 4th test of ashes by 1 inning and 78 runs and losing Ashes 2015 trophy. Michael Clarke said “I have only a single test match left after that my international career will finish”
He added “I am not leaving my team in tough situation and will play last test match in Oval”
Keep remember he is already got retirement after winning cricket world cup in One Day Internationals. 34-year-old Clarke said his heart doesn’t want to be separate from cricket, but in this series and recently played series performance is also not acceptable for me.
Michael Clarke could not perform well in present series played by him due to his back pain, and in present days his performance is worse than ever, he did just 16 runs in last 8 innings. Australian Captain said he would like to perform individually for his team and want to play a role as commander, he try to do his level best but he could not succeed.
Clarke said “it is the time a new generation of team and a new captain should be prepared for the next Ashes”.
Michael Clarke becomes captain in 2011 after consecutively vice captaincy for 3 years; he takes place of Ricky Ponting.
Clarke played 114 test matches and 115th test will be play in Oval becoming his last test, he did 8628 runs with the average of more then 49, in which include 28 centuries and 27 half centuries.
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