Clarke’s retirement dominates Australian news papers

The Aussie skipper Michael Clarke has announced that he would retire from international cricket after the conclusion of fifth Ashes test at the Oval in south London, starting on August 20.

The right-handed batsman made his announcement right after the fourth test defeat by an innings and 78 runs at Trent Bridge.

Here is how Australian newspapers paid tribute to the 34-year-old veteran,

Clarke has scored 8628 runs in 114 Tests at an average of 49.30 since he made his debut against India in 2004.

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