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     World Cup 2015: Aussie skipper Michael Clarke retires from ODIs

March 30, 2015
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Australia's World Cup victory was a special one for captain Michael Clarke, who has retired from the limited-overs format after 12 years. The 33-year-old Clarke made the decision just before the Melbourne final, where the Aussies beat New Zealand by 7 wickets for their fifth title. He believes it's time to focus now on his Test career. He also dedicated his last match to the late Australian batsman Phillip Hughes. Clarke has played 244 ODI matches with 7,909 runs under his belt, but long-term back problems have hampered him in recent times. (Image source: BBC)

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