James Anderson shared his thoughts on Broad and his retirement

James Anderson retirement! he is forty years old, Stuart Broad is about thirty-six. For James Anderson and Stuart Broad, age is just a number. There have been rumors at various times about the retirement of the two, but neither of them paid attention. In a recent column in The Telegraph, Anderson stated that the two have no plans to retire.


James Anderson is not thinking about retirement

James Anderson (England): James Anderson, 39, is the number one fast bowler in the England Test team. He has now played the highest Test match for England. He is also one of the most successful bowlers in the current Ashes in England. It is thought that James Anderson may consider retiring at the end of the current Ashes series. Anderson took 639 wickets in 174 Test matches for England. He also took 269 wickets in 194 ODIs and 18 wickets in 19 T20s.

Recently in an interview, he says –


“I have spoken to Broad, and he has no plans to retire at this time. He is determined to prolong his career. And, if you talk to me, I will tell you, time will tell. However, I have no intention of ending my career right now. “- Anderson told to The Telegraph 

This is what James Anderson says about his retirement.

James Anderson retirement


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Anderson added, “When the time is bad, there are a lot of things going on around us. But who knows what is hidden in the womb of tomorrow. It is only natural that you should think about your future. But from what I have said to the team management, the coach, and the captain, I can say with certainty that I am not retiring now. “

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England will take on Australia in the fourth Test on Wednesday. Both Broad and Anderson are in the announced XI. It remains to be seen how much the two can influence the Aussie batting lineup.

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