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Shane Warne says outcome of Michael Clarke's surgery 'better than expected'

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Shane Warne says outcome of Michael Clarke's surgery 'better than expected'
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 Former Australia spinner Shane Warne has admitted that Michael Clarke's hamstring surgery had the best result, indicating a possibility that Australian skipper could make a comeback at the World Cup.

Warne said that it was the best result humanly possible they could have had for the operation, adding that Clarke was looking forward to make a good comeback, Sport24 reported. Warne further said that it was a better result than expected and now had the better chance of making into World Cup as surgery went well.

Earlier, team physiotherapist Alex Kountouris stated that surgery went well and was going to heal and minimize the risk of having a recurrence. The skipper was seen clutching his right hamstring in the 44th over during the first Test match against India as he was accompanied by the team physio Alex Kountouris off the field and later went to hospital for scans.

Earlier, the skipper suffered a back injury during his first innings score of 128. 

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