Legendary England pacer James Anderson has expressed sadness over the cancellation of the fifth and final Test against India at Old Trafford in Manchester. The last Test of the series was due to start on September 10. It was, however, called off after COVID-19 cases in the Indian camp.
England fast bowler James Anderson has admitted that they were hugely disappointed following the 151-run loss to India at Lord’s. He added that the team as a whole got over it and prepared for the next challenge ahead. England were all over India on Day 1 of the Headingley Test on Wednesday. Anderson led the way picking up the first three wickets for England as India were bowled out for 78. Haseeb Hameed and Rory Burns then featured in an unbeaten 120-run partnership to complete England’s day of domination.
India’s pace bowling has been highly impressive both in South Africa and now in England as well. Meanwhile, one of India’s fast bowlers has stated that he and the other fast bowlers in the team are still learning from role model James Anderson.
The India England Test at Edgbaston is on a knife edge with India needing 84 runs and England five wickets. Meanwhile, England spearhead James Anderson has admitted that England will go to bed dreaming