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Aussie skipper Clarke fined by ICC over 'sledging'

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Australian skipper Michael Clarke was fined 20 percent of his match fee Monday for threatening tailender James Anderson with a broken arm, but insisted there is no animosity with England. 

Australian captain Michael Clarke (C) looks back after failing to field a ball during day four of their first Ashes Test match against England, at the Gabba Cricket Ground in Brisbane, on November 24, 2013

The home team's huge 381-run victory on Sunday was tarnished by constant sledging as frustrations boiled over, culminating in Clarke being caught by a stump microphone telling Anderson to "get ready for a broken f***ing arm".

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