Most of the people reading this will have no idea what it’s all about, but here we go anyway.
Michael Clarke is the current Australian cricket captain, retiring at the end of the current tour of England, badly out of form and on a downward spiral.
And in case we’ve forgotten how good he was, look at his first test match in 2004.
Scored a century at the age of 23 and wasn’t even at the top of his game.
And cricket being cricket, the England team lined up as a guard of honour for him as he came onto the field for (possibly) his last innings to a standing ovation from the (highly partisan) crowd
England captain, Alistair Cook, doffs his cap and shakes his hand….