IND vs ENG: James Anderson told the plan to return to England, said – have already done this


Birmingham. According to England’s experienced fast bowler James Anderson, India’s strong return in the 5th Test will give confidence to his team to return in the same way. Anderson also insisted that the visiting team would continue its aggressive game. By the end of the second day, half of England’s team had returned to the pavilion and their score was 84 for 5 wickets. Due to this, she is still behind the Indian team by 332 runs. The Indian team was also in a similar situation on the opening day and its score was 98 for 5 wickets. In the end, the team was successful in making a score of 416 runs.

James Anderson said, ‘We are also in a position like him, which gives us confidence that we can do something similar.’ For India, Rishabh Pant (146) and Ravindra Jadeja (104) scored centuries and shared a 222-run partnership for the sixth wicket to help them score 416 runs in the first innings. He said that we have to do our work in the lower order. We have to make some big partnerships and put pressure on India. He said that and our best defense would be to attack.

try to put pressure on

In the second Test against New Zealand last month, captain Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow pulled England out of such a difficult situation. Anderson said that we were in a similar difficult situation in the last few weeks and the way we tried to put the rival team under pressure then we will do the same here. He said that we want to score and want to take the match forward. That’s what we’ll try to do.

Difficult to bowl to Pant

Anderson took 5 wickets for 60 runs. But he admitted that Pant’s brilliant innings turned the tide in India’s favour. He said that I really felt that we had bowled very well in the morning and afternoon on the first day. But Pant again played a brilliant innings. Anderson said that he is a very talented player. He plays all kinds of shots and he has no hesitation in playing them, so it is difficult to bowl to him.

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Then captain Jasprit Bumrah added 29 runs on Stuart Broad to make the world record for the most runs in an over. Broad gave a total of 35 runs in this over including extra. Anderson said that on a normal day in this type of shot, the ball touches the bat and goes into the fielder’s hands and if that were the case, no one would have talked about the over. But the way this over went, I think it was very unfortunate. He said that sometimes it can be easier to bowl to a top-order batsman. But finding the momentum against the tail bowlers gets a bit trickier.

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