Thursday, 1 October 2020

Tag Archives: Michael Clarke

Clarke slammed for suggesting Aussies sucked up to India for IPL

NEW DELHI: Michael Clarke’s claims that Australian players “sucked up” to India and Virat Kohli to secure lucrative deals in the country’s premier league are ridiculous, say former top Indian cricketers. Clarke said last week that Australians were “too scared to sledge” skipper Kohli or other Indian players because of ...

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Clarke denies Australia culture soured under his watch

SYDNEY: Michael Clarke has branded a prominent Australian sports journalist a “headline chasing coward” in a rant on social media after the broadcaster linked the Cape Town ball-tampering scandal with cultural failings during his captaincy. Journalist Gerard Whateley said on his programme on local radio station SEN that Australia had ...

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No quality in Aussie batting, come back: Harbhajan to Clarke

NEW DELHI: Mocking at Australia’s struggle in the ongoing One-day International (ODI) series against India, veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh on Monday said the era of producing top class batsmen Down Under is over. Currently trailing 0-3, the Steve Smith-led side has already lost the five-match series and are looking down ...

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Quinton de Kock likely to be part of third edition of PSL

KARACHI: South Africa wicketkeeper batsman Quinton de Kock is likely to play the third edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL). According to sources, de Kock is leading Global T20 League franchise Benoni that is owned Peshawar Zalmi’s Javed Afridi, and the South African might sign a contract with Peshawar as ...

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Michael Clarke wishes Bangladeshi actress Jaya Ahsan

DHAKA: Former Australian cricket skipper Michael Clarke today met the team of “Bishorjon”, the film by Kaushik Ganguly that won the award for best Bangla film at the Indian National Film Awards this year. Clarke also met popular Bangladeshi actress Jaya Ahsan who starred in the film, according to a ...

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David Warner wins Allan Border medal

SYDNEY: Australia’s prolific opening batsman David Warner fought off a strong challenge from his captain Steve Smith to become just the fourth player to win back-to-back Allan Border Medals. Only Ricky Ponting, Shane Watson and Michael Clarke have previously won consecutive medals in Australian cricket’s prestigious annual awards. Thirty-year-old Warner ...

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