In this article I have thought of top 5 Australian cricketers who were extremely well known in their time and assumed a significant part in the Australia’s longest series of wins of 16 successive test game dominates.
Name: Michael Clarke
Position: Batsman (Right-gave) and Captain
Tallness : 6 ft 1 in (185 cm)
Batting style : Right Hand Bat
Worldwide Debut Test versus England on 12 July, 2003 at Lord’s Cricket Ground, London (age 20 years 154 days). First inning – 64 off 191 balls; Second innings – 127* off 248 balls
Keep going test versus England on 8 August, 2015 at the Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester (age 33 years 70 days). First inning – 34 off 110 balls; Second innings – 10* off 23 balls.
During his brilliant period he was one of top 5 cricketers in Australia who assumed a significant part in keeping up with Australia’s longest series of wins of 16 continuous matches triumph against all adversaries what began on 25 November 2012 to 12 June 2013 under captaincy of Clarke. A portion of these are Jimmy Anderson, Stuart Broad, Tim Southee, Dale Steyn, Graeme Swann, Saeed Ajmal and Kemar Roach.
He is probably the best batsman who has at any point played cricket for Australia in test cricket with a batting normal of 47.10 with 23 centuries and 32 half-hundreds of years in 116 matches. In One Day Cricket he has a batting normal of 43.02 from 265 matches that incorporates 7 centuries and 44 half-hundreds of years.
Michael Clarke made his ODI debut on 18 October 2002 versus South Africa at Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban (age 19 years 287 days), he scored just 0 runs off 2 balls in this match which was won by Australia by 8 wickets yet lost to South Africa by 7 wickets in Series. His first ODI century was scored versus Bangladesh on 14 February, 2006 at Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Queensland (age 23 years 212 days). He made his most elevated score of 166 runs (not out) versus Sri Lanka on 18 September, 2009 at R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo (age 27 years 343 days), this is the most noteworthy individual score by an Australian in ODI cricket that stayed solid till now.
Michael Clarke turned into the eleventh batsmen to hit 50 centuries in test cricket in the wake of playing versus England on 26 December 2013 at Bellerive Oval, Hobart (age 29 years 8 days). During the dash of 16 continuous triumphs he played 34 innings with hundreds of years and 15 half-hundreds of years which is a special record by any batsmen. He has made 7 centuries and 11 half-hundreds of years during his captaincy of this streak.
Michael Clarke had a splendid captaincy record as a Captain of Australian test group from 2010 to 2015, he has won 24 tests from 48 coordinates with 5 draws and 13 losses which is the best history as a chief of Australia. He drove Australia to ICC Cricket World Cup Final versus New Zealand on 29 March 2015 at MCG, Melbourne (age 31 years 149 days) however lost the match by 7 wickets.
Michael Clarke has a splendid batting execution in Indian subcontinent as he made 3 centuries versus India at the Subcontinent which is an extraordinary record by any Australian batsmen. He is likewise one of those 4 Australians who have had the option to score 2 test twofold hundreds of years in Asian nations, other 3 players are Donald Bradman, Simon Katich and Darren Lehmann.
In the rundown of top 10 biggest test batsmen according to their batting normal Michael Clarke is set at no 7 with a normal of 50.55 from 115 coordinates with 23 centuries and 32 half-hundreds of years, his most noteworthy score stayed unbeaten 329 runs (not out) against India on 8 December, 2012 at Adelaide Oval, South Australia (age 29 years 64 days).
He is one of the best chief of Australia who had the option to keep a workrate capacity and execution during his captaincy, he has scored 1818 runs with 3 centuries and 10 half-hundreds of years in 48 coordinates with 24 triumphs as a skipper.
Michael Clarke is one of those 5 batsmen who have had the option to score 2 test twofold hundreds of years in Asian nations, other 4 players are Donald Bradman, Brian Lara, Len Hutton and Virendar Sehwag. With 303 not out versus India on 8 December 2012 at Adelaide Oval, South Australia (age 29 years 64 days) became 30th Australian who has crossed 300 wicket mark in test cricket history.
His most noteworthy ODI score is 166 not out made versus Sri Lanka on 18 September, 2009 at R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo (age 27 years 343 days), during the dash of 16 back to back triumphs he played 34 innings with hundreds of years and 15 half-hundreds of years which is an interesting record by any batsmen.
He has made 7 centuries and 11 half-hundreds of years during his captaincy of this streak which finished on 3 March 2013 versus India in VCA Stadium, Nagpur (age 29 years 358 days). He turned out to be just the third Australian who has done this interesting record for successive triumphs after Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting.
He made his presentation versus Pakistan on 4 October 2004 at Gabba, Brisbane in tests with scores 29 runs in the two innings with a batting normal of 29. He showed up versus India on 13 February, 2005 at Adelaide Oval, South Australia (age 21 years 110 days) which is the most youthful Australian to make ODI debut versus India outperforming Ricky Ponting who had done it at age 22 years 52 days.
He has the best dash of 16 test game dominates successively as a skipper from 14 December 2010 to 3 March 2013 when he was prevailed by Michael Clarke for this job.
Michael Clarke has played 245 ODIs scoring 6183 runs in his ODI profession with 14 centuries and 53 half-hundreds of years, he holds the record of 4 sequential hundreds of years versus India during series of wins in 2012. He is fifth most noteworthy ODI run scorer for Australia.
He has played 79 T20Is scoring 644 runs at a normal of 32.74 with 6 half-hundreds of years, he turned into the ninth Australian to cross 600 T20I runs achievement. He made his Big Bash debut on 11 January 2011 versus New Zealand at MCG, Melbourne (age 26 years 222 days) top scored 87 off 77 ball with 7 fours and 2 sixes which is as yet most noteworthy individual score by any batsmen in BBL history.
He filled in as a (CEO) for IPL group Pune Warriors India during the 2012-13 season.
Michael Clarke is otherwise called Pup, Clarkey or King of subcontinent. He holds various records in tests and ODIs including second most elevated individual score by an Australian HB after Sir Donald Bradman’s 334 against England on 5 December, 1937 at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) which is presently known as M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru, Karnataka with 329 runs not out versus India on 8 December 2012 at Adelaide Oval, South Australia (age 29 years 64 days).