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“It’s for little brother Phil Hughes,”Clarke

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Published on April 03, 2015 with No Comments

A World Cup win as captain in his ODI swansong at a packed MCG, Clarke couldn’t have asked for more.He looked drained but satisfied, probably happy that he had kept a promise to himself, and his “little brother“ Philip Hughes. “I always believed we played with 16 members in this World Cup,“ Clarke said in a matter-of-fact way . What he desperately tried to hide was the emotional upheaval that he went through over the last few months.“I had spoken to Phil’s family and I knew they were watching. We had to win this for him,“ Clarke said.


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