Michael Clarke is trying to 'master' his skills on driving auto-rickshaw | Memsaab.com

Former Australian skipper Michael Clarke is officiating as a commentator in the ongoing four-match series between India and Australia in Bengaluru.

Look here what he is trying to do in Bengaluru road, he is trying to 'master' his skills on driving auto-rickshaw.

Look here what he is trying to do in  Bengaluru road, he is trying to 'master' his skills on driving auto-rickshaw.
In This Image: Michael Clarke
Clarke shared a 22-second video on his official Facebook page where he is seen driving the much loved auto-rickshaw or as the foreigners call it the 'tuk-tuk' in Bengaluru
 

He captioned the video, "Mastered the art of driving the tuk tuk. Nice to be back in Bengaluru where it all started."

He captioned the video,
In This Image: Michael Clarke
It should be noted that the 35-year-old, played his first-ever Test in at the very same city.

The Steve Smith-led side humiliated India in the first Test at Pune, defeating the hosts by a huge margin of 333 runs.

The Steve Smith-led side humiliated India in the first Test at Pune, defeating the hosts by a huge margin of 333 runs.
In This Image: Michael Clarke
It may be recalled that left-arm spinner Steve O'Keefe spun the visitors to a 1-0 lead in the four-Test series by claiming 12 wickets for 70, the best ever match figures by a visiting spinner in India.

The second test between India and Australia will be held on 4th march

The second test between India and Australia will be held on 4th march
In This Image: Michael Clarke
Both teams are set to clash in the second Test at M Chinnaswamy Stadium beginning Saturday.