Shane Warne congratulated one of his best friend, Michael Clarke for having a fantastic career. Clarke announced his retirement from international cricket stating the game against England at The Oval would be the final Test of his career. Australia captain Michael Clarke said Saturday he would retire from international cricket after the fifth Ashes Test against England at The Oval later this month. The 34-year-old Clarke made his announcement after England completed a crushing innings and 78 run victory over Australia in the fourth Test at Trent Bridge to take an unbeatable 3-1 lead in the five-match Ashes series. “I will have one more Test and that is the end of my career,” said Clarke during the post-match presentation ceremony. “I am retiring from international cricket. I don’t want to jump ship now so I will have one more go at The Oval,” he added after reports in Australian media earlier Saturday that he was about to end his Australia career. Read: Michael Clarke retires from international cricket, says it is the right time

The fifth Test starts at The Oval, in south London, on August 20. The 34-year-old Clarke, one of the best batsmen of his generation but plagued by a longstanding back problem and more recent hamstring trouble, is in a desperate run of form, having reached 25 just six times in his last 30 Test innings. Clarke has made 28 Test centuries, one short of Australia batting great Donald Bradman’s tally, in his 114-match career. Saturday’s defeat saw Clarke become the first Australian in more than a century to lose four successive Ashes series in England. Read: Michael Clarke to retire after Ashes 2015: Twitter Reactions