Cricket has always been the gentlemen’s game and has also been funny in most of the situations. The interesting things come to be seen in the game when players clash against each other. However, an interesting incident happened when two Australian counterparts had a tough moment on field as Michael Clarke hit all-rounder Shane Watson with the ball while attempting a run out. It was an ODI game against Sri Lanka when a throw from Clarke hit Watson’s knee, on what could have been a possible run out as Watson was standing on the way of the throw from Clarke. VIDEO: Michael Clarke speaks on win in 5th Ashes 2015 Test

Recently on Thursday, Clarke had a few consolatory words for injured pacer Pat Cummins, who was ruled out of their upcoming tour of Bangladesh. Cummins, who will now have to wait for his second Test appearance after making his debut in November 2011, was ruled out of the Bangladesh tour 2015 due to stress fracture in his back. Cummins was a part of the Australian touring party in the Ashes 2015, but did not play any Test. VIDEO: Shane Watson announces his retirement from Test cricket

Watson, on the other hand, has urged the selection panel to give ample amount of time to the young cricketers that have been named after the national side was rocked by as many as five retirements. While Ryan Harris retired just before the start of the Ashes 2015 in England, the others such as Michael Clarke and Chris Rogers walked away at the end of the series. The veterans that Australia had in Watson and Brad Haddin also announced their retirements, a few days after the end of the Ashes 2015 which they lost to England 2-3.