New Delhi: Michael Clarke, one of Australia's greatest batsmen and successful captains, is in trouble these days. He is suffering from a serious illness like cancer. He has given Australia the 2015 World Cup. Clarke has given this information through social media. He has skin cancer, which he is undergoing treatment. Clarke, who has said goodbye to international cricket by making the Australia team a world winner in 2015, is seen doing commentary these days.
Clarke, who has commented on several important tournaments including the World Cup, shared a picture of himself on Sunday, stating that he is battling skin cancer. He posted a black and white photo on Instagram in which he is seen with his hands on his head. Sharing this picture, he told that his forehead surgery has been done. Clarke shared the picture with a very emotional message. In it, he wrote, "Another day, another skin cancer cut on my face.
I request all my youth to make sure that you take all appropriate steps to avoid the sun. "Clarke has been battling skin cancer since 2006. She has undergone three facial surgeries before. This was the fourth time he had to undergo surgery. Michael Clarke is considered one of the finest batsmen in the world.
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