Melbourne, July 11 (ANI): Before he flew to England for the Ashes, Australian cricket star Michael Clarke posed in his sponsor Bonds' new range of Boxer shorts.
According to reports, the undies seem to be made for the man who goes "commando".
"For boys who feel claustrophobic . . . the new Bonds Boxer is made from a special cotton rich fabrication with elastane for stretch, and a loose and light fit for freedom of movement," the Daily Telegraph quoted the ad's blurb as reading.
Meanwhile, Clarke, who was out for 83 while hooking Stuart Broad's delivery just before stop of play due to light rain and bad light, was regretting a lost opportunity to score a century against England.
"I am disappointed with the shot I played more than anything. Coming out under lights, we have played enough cricket to know when there is a bit of rain around, the ball generally skids off the pitch," he said.
"I had a look at the replay and the ball was bowled across the seam. I probably should have ducked it or let it go. A century would have been special," The Courier Mail quoted Clarke, as saying. (ANI)