England Vs West Indies 3rd Test Day 1 Highlights – Feb 10, 2019 – Eng Vs Wi
James Anderson tops Ian Botham in 2015 The record of the highest wicket-taker in Tests made by England, Anderson then said, ‘People will stop talking about it now.’ Four years later, England again met Botham-Anderson. That’s the sweet liability Anderson!
The West Indies ended their first day at 262 for 8 in Bridgetown test. Anderson took 4 wickets West Indies were bowled out in the first innings after adding just 25 runs. 81 runs, Shimron Hotmayer could not reach the team for three hundred. But Anderson actually touched Botham’s record. The pace bowler, who took 5 wickets in the innings for the 27th time in the innings, returned to the Caribbean paceman Aljari Joseph. And in this, he touched the doctrine of Botham.
Before retiring in 1992, Botham took over the record of taking 5 wickets in an innings for England in Tests. This all-rounder took 5 wickets in 27 innings. Anderson touched the record of his predecessor today. The record for taking 5 wickets in England’s highest innings in Tests is now jointly held by both of them. But it’s not always necessary to say that this record will be taken by Anderson quickly. The pacer is still playing Test cricket at 36 years of age. But for now, both of these works are equal.
West Indies were dismissed in the first innings by 288 runs in the first innings after England were batting. Before lunch break, England scored 30 for one wicket. Jason Holder returns to English opener Keithon Jennings