Michael Clarke was one of the key players of the Australian national cricket team. The former Australian captain served as the leader, batsman, bowler and fielder of the national team.
He represented Australia in 115 Tests, 245 ODIs and 34 T20Is. Clarke scored 8643 runs in red ball cricket, 7981 runs in ODIs and 488 runs in T20s. Notably, he scored 28 centuries and 27 fifties in Test cricket.
On the other hand, he has scored 8 centuries and 58 fifties in the 50-over format and one in T20 Internationals. He has been very decent with the ball throughout his cricket career.
Michael Clarke took 31 wickets in Tests, 57 wickets in ODIs and 6 wickets in T20Is. It is also worth mentioning here that he has achieved maximum two five-wicket hauls in Tests and one five-wicket haul in ODIs.
In fact, Clarke captained the Australian cricket team in both Tests and ODIs between 2011 and 2015.
Additionally, he also served as the captain of the T20I team between 2007 and 2010.
Michael Clarke slapped by his girlfriend and accused of cheating
Meanwhile, a video clip of Michael Clarke and his girlfriend Jade Yarbrough surfaced on the internet. The clip begins with Clarke and Jed Yarbrough getting ready to fight in a heated argument.
Michael Clarke’s aide Jed Yarbrough slaps him and accuses him of cheating. Perhaps, a passerby might have shot this video clip and posted it on the micro-blogging portal Twitter.
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Michael Clarke and Karl Stefanovic have squared off in a wild fracas in a public park, in which Clarke was slapped across the face by his girlfriend and accused of cheating.
Michael Clarke Video#YouFuckedHerOnDecember17 pic.twitter.com/pbiLUpLnnc
— SuperCoach IQ (@SuperCoachIQ) January 18, 2023
The video has since gone viral on social media channels. Apparently, Clarke and Stefanovic were walking in a public park, where Clarke was unexpectedly slapped by his girlfriend and accused her of cheating on him.
“You want to send him with you to India?” Yarbrough can be heard shouting in the viral video clip. “You are the love of my life papa, come with me to India”.
A few days earlier, former Australia captain Clarke had told the Daily Telegraph: “I take full responsibility for the controversy and am devastated by my actions.”