Australian skipper Michael Clarke looks back at the year 2013 and picks some of the best and the worst moments for his team. Without a shadow of doubt, he has picked the Ashes victory as the biggest highlight of the year and the defeat to India as the lowest ebb. There are many other things he spoke about and he stated that winning the Ashes was the ultimate and that if he is asked about his best game of the year, he would pick any of the first three Ashes Tests. Apart from that, he picked Mitchell Johnson’s spells in the first two Tests as the stand-out performances and also praised Ryan Harris and Peter Siddle for their performances in England during the Ashes 2013.
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