New Delhi: Former Australian captain Michael Clarke interacted and played cricket with underprivileged kids in the capital on Friday. Clarke was invited by NGO Child Rights and You (CRY) at the Kanak Durga Slum where he met with kids and inspired them to do well in life.
Clarke also gave answers to many queries which the children had, who were very enthusiastic to have the 2015 World Cup winning captain amongst them.
"Who was that one cricketer that scared you the most," asked one child, to which Clarke replied,"I was never scared of anyone. You have to be fearless otherwise you won't be able to play."
Clarke is currently in India as a commentator for one of the broadcaster for the India vs Australia Test series, which is locked at 1-1 after the first two matches.
The third Test is scheduled to be played from March 16 at the JSCA stadium in Ranchi.