Consistency will help us regain No1 status says Clarke – Cricket News Update

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Consistency will help us regain No1 status says Clarke – Cricket News Update
Following a thumping series whitewash inflicted to says that consistency will help his team to achieve their primary goal, which is to become the No.1 ranked side in the world.
The Kangaroos displayed sheer class to triumph against the Men In Blue, outperforming their opponents in all departments of the game to take a 4-0 victory in the Border-Gavaskar series.
While Clarke’s influential batting and captaincy helped him to be claim the Player of the Series award, it was an all-round performance for the Kangaroos team in their first main assignment at home since the turn of the year.
Many questions have been answered with veteran players such as finally coming to form while the bowling attack has been breathtaking throughout the series.
The Aussies still rank as the number fourth nation in the Test ranking but their overall consistency has been appreciated from all corners with Clarke also heaping praise on his teammates for their overall improvement in their game.
"Are we the leader of the pack? I don't think we are," Clarke said. "Right now we're not the No.1 Test team in the world, so it's about us trying to become better every single day.”
Since taking over the leadership from Ponting, (away) and New Zealand (home) raised
questions regarding the overall steadiness.
The Kangaroos skipper, however, said that those defeats somewhat has worked as inspiration for his side to never rest on their laurels.
"The consistency has been an area that we've had to work on as a team," Clarke said. "The loss in South Africa and the loss against is something that I guess every player in that change room has had in the front of their minds. That has probably
been a bit of an inspiration to make sure when we feel like things are going well to keep pushing forward, to make the most of the momentum that we've been able to have.”



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