Australia's World Cup winning captain Michael Clarke has signed a contract to captain the Melbourne Stars for the next two years in the Australian Big Bash League (BBL). Provided by Teamtalk With Clarke retiring from ODI cricket ... MSN South Africa, 2 days ago
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Pietersen, who is playing for county cricket team Surrey, has not played for his country since the last Ashes series in Australia, which England lost 5-0. On his return to first-class cricket, he scored 170 against Oxford MCCU.DNA, 2 days ago Clarke expects Pietersen to return for Ashes Manorama Online, 3 days ago Kevin Pietersen could be at the Ashes: Michael Clarke Indian Express, 3 days ago Clarke hopes Pietersen doesn't feature in Ashes MSN News US, 3 days ago
Australian Test cricket team captain Michael Clarke has said that axed batsman Kevin Pietersen is scoring enough runs to earn a return to the England team.Zee News, 2 days ago Clarke says KP has 'scored enough runs' to earn England recall for Ashes series Yahoo! India, 3 days ago 'Pietersen has scored enough runs' BBC, 3 days ago Michael Clarke: Kevin Pietersen is scoring enough to return for England side NewsOnFeeds.com, 3 days ago
Sacked in the wake of England's 5-0 whitewash in Australia in 2013/14, 34-year-old Pietersen may be set for an unlikely recall if he racks up the runs for Surrey in English county cricket. He scored 170 on his return for the side on Sunday, albeit in a ...DNA, 3 days ago
Former Australia batsman Michael Hussey has lavished praise on Mahendra Singh Dhoni, describing the Indian skipper as the 'calmer' captain than his contemporaries.Zee News, 1 week ago IPL: Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the calmest captain, says Michael Hussey Economic Times, 2 weeks ago Dhoni is the calmest captain: Hussey Jagran Post, 2 weeks ago
Clarke says 'ultimate gentleman' Benaud loved watching Australia win but wanted game 'played the right way'
Australia skipper Michael Clarke talks about how late Richie Benaud enjoyed Australia win, but wanted them to play the game the right way.DNA, 1 week ago
Australian captain Michael Clarke is presented the World Cup trophy by ICC chairman Narayanswami Srinivasan. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images Hailing the 2015 World Cup as the most popular in cricket's history, International Cricket Council chairman Narayanswami Srinivasan on Monday said the event's success has proved that the One-Day International format is in good health.Australia crushed New Zealand by seven wickets in Sunday's final, attended by over 93,000 spectators at the iconic ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago Booed Srini bailed out by presence of Sachin The Telegraph, 3 weeks ago Live updates: Aus beat NZ,becomes World Champion for the record 5th time IndiaTV News, 3 weeks ago Who will present the World Cup trophy? Srini or Kamal? Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
Michael Clarke of Australia poses with the trophy during celebrations. Photograph: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images Australia lauded its World Cup winning team on Monday for a ‘fairytale’ victory on home soil over New Zealand. The win was front page news across the country with The Australian newspaper saying: "Pitch perfect Australia lives the dream to claim fifth World Cup." "Done it without raising a sweat or anybody's pulse," the broadsheet's cricket writer Peter Lalor said. The ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago How Australian WAGs congratulate their men... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago WAGs, pitch invaders add drama to final at MCG Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago Australia vs Pakistan: A slippery game in Adelaide Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Australia captain Michael Clarke was momentarily stumped by a bungled question which appeared to be about his sex life as he celebrated Thursday's World Cup semi-final win over India. The post ‘Michael, you’ve had tremendous sex as Aussie ...First Post.com, 3 weeks ago Sex talk stumps Michael Clarke Zee News, 3 weeks ago Sex talk stumps Clarke Business Standard, 3 weeks ago
After Michael Clarke, Australia vice-captain Brad Haddin has decided to retire from one-day Internationals. Haddin was actually speaking on the Australia players' harsh behaviour towards the New Zealand players during the World Cup final, at the MCG, on ...The Telegraph, 3 weeks ago Haddin to join Clarke in retirement ESPN Cricinfo, 3 weeks ago
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