Australia captain Michael Clarke was a relieved man after a century in an 88-run one-day international win over England at Old Trafford played a key role in his first victory over a Test nation in seven months.
Australia's Michael Clarke plays a shot during the second one day international (ODI) cricket match between England and Australia at Old Trafford in Manchester, north-west England, on September 8, 2013. Australia beat England by 88 runs.
Clarke's 105 off just 102 balls was the centrepiece of Australia's 315 for seven in the second ODI at Old Trafford on Sunday against an England side resting several members of their Ashes-winning attack.
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