That Virat Kohli is destined to be among the pantheons of all-time greats is an oft-repeated assertion but for former Australia captain Michael Clarke, the India skipper is already the "greatest ODI batsman to have ever played the game".
India vs Australia: Jasprit Bumrah will become best bowler in world, reckons former Aussie captain Michael Clarke
Former Australia captain Michael Clarke was effusive in his praise of Jasprit Bumrah, saying that the India pacer "will soon become the best bowler in the world" across three formats.
India vs Australia: Tim Paine's 'new Aussie team' proves capability to produce results after victory in second Test
Australia’s 146-run victory was the first since the ball-tampering saga that rocked the nation. Importantly, the victory has been built around all the values that Langer wanted to instill as the coach.
India vs Australia: Rishabh Pant needs to learn the art of controlled aggression to attain longevity in Test cricket
Rishabh Pant is this quintessential flamboyant batsman who has a fearless approach. He possesses the talent but needs to add a crucial element, control, to his aggression.
India's 31-run win at Adelaide reminds Sachin Tendulkar of victory in 2003, Virender Sehwag, VVS Laxman too celebrate triumph
No sooner had the match ended, congratulatory messages by former India and Australia players and and fans started pouring in on social media.
Michael Clarke slams journalist for blaming him for ball-tampering saga; brands him as ‘headline-chasing coward’
The war-of-words between the journalist and Michael Clarke stems from comments of former Australia skipper made on Wednesday criticising attempts to improve the cricket team's image in the wake of the cheating row in South Africa this year, insisting they "won't win a game" without their infamous abrasive attitude.
India vs Australia: Michael Clarke asks Australian cricketers to play aggressive cricket, says current attitude won't help win games
Australian cricketers, who are known to play ruthlessly, have consciously toned down their on-field aggression in the aftermath of the ball-tampering scandal.
Shane Warne ready to help revamp Cricket Australia, says national team not playing the 'Australian way'
The Australian team has been in a form slump since a ball-tampering scandal in March and Cricket Australia has seen a clean-out of top executives after a scathing review blamed its culture.
Lamichhane was part of IPL 2018 as well where he took 5 wickets in three games he played for Delhi Daredevils. He is also the first Nepali cricketer to feature in Big Bash League.
Alastair Cook was a true gentleman, a great ambassador for the game: Former Australia captain Michael Clarke
Former Australian captain Michael Clarke has described Alastair Cook as one of the game’s “true gentleman” after the record-breaking England opener decided to end his 12-year international career.
The 17-year-old Lamichhane, who is mentored by former Australian captain Michael Clarke, is currently playing in the Indian Premier League for the Delhi Daredevils.
IPL 2018: Gary Kirsten praises RCB captain Virat Kohli for his hunger for improvement, calls him a great player
The former Proteas opener also backed Kohli's decision of playing county cricket to get used to the conditions ahead of the England tour.
Michael Clarke 'surprised' by Virat Kohli's decision to skip India's one-off Test against Afghanistan
Michael Clarke said, "I still feel Virat can get what he wants in terms of coming and playing some games for Surrey and then I would like to see him fly back and play the Test match."
Michael Clarke says India does not want to let go 'chance' of winning in Australia by playing day-night Test
The BCCI had officially informed Cricket Australia that Virat Kohli and Co would not engage in any pink ball Test during their tour Down Under.
Former Australia captain Michael Clarke believes bench-strength could make India world’s top side for many years
"India are a threat for becoming the best team in the world for not just one year but for the next 5-10 years," former Australia skipper Michael Clarke said.
Australian cricket team need to rebuild quickly to face India at home later this year, says Michael Clarke
"Australia is under pressure at the moment with everything that has happened. They need to try and work out what their team is going to be. They need to find a way and start to rebuild really quickly because it is a massive series considering we have never lost to India in Australia," said Michael Clarke.
Ravi Shastri said he was proud of what the team did in South Africa and for also raising the bar by winning the ODI series after a quarter century of attempts.
Australia's retired cricket Test captain Michael Clarke on Sunday offered to play for the country again to help the team recover after the downfall of his successor Steve Smith over a ball-tampering scandal in South Africa
Steve Smith faces challenge to salvage tarnished reputation following Australia's ball-tampering scandal
Steve Smith's stunning fall from grace is an extraordinary turn of events for the world's premier Test batsman.
Australia ball-tampering scandal: CA chief James Sutherland arrives in Cape Town as axe looms over Steve Smith
Australia was plunged into turmoil after captain Steve Smith admitted that senior players had conspired with Cameron Bancroft to tamper with the ball during the third test.