World Cup: Michael Clarke Should Have Got More Time to Recover, Says Michael Hussey

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Sydney: Former Australian Test cricketer Michael Hussey has pronounced that harmed captain Michael Clarke should have been given dual some-more weeks time to redeem rather than a deadline of Feb 21 by a selectors, when a Aussies take on Bangladesh in their second organisation confront in a World Cup.

“The World Cup is about starting slowly, building movement and doing adequate to get by to a quarter-finals and semi-finals. You wish to be personification your best cricket, with your best players, during a behind finish of a tournament, not so most during a start,” Hussey was quoted as observant by a Sydney Morning Herald. (Also Read: Clarke Sure He’ll be Fit for World Cup)

The 39-year-old, nicknamed Mr Cricket, also believes that he would like Clarke to play a business finish of a contest even if he misses a initial few organisation encounters as a Aussies would need his resources of experience.

“I’d be happy for Michael to skip a initial 4 games,” pronounced Hussey, a World Cup leader in 2007.

“He’s apparently a really critical player, he’s a captain, he has a lot of experience, he’s played World Cups – we need him. He should be given as most time as probable to get himself right and carried for as prolonged as possible,” he added.

Clarke had exceedingly harmed his right hamstring personification opposite India, in a initial Test that started Dec 9. He underwent a successful surgery, and is now recovering.

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