Jermaine Blackwood's
Jermaine Blackwood's
Senior Eng pacer and former ODI and T20I captain, Stuart Broad. Indicated his comeback in fashion from the 2nd Test against West Indies after being left from their first Test at the continuing #RaiseTheBat collection. He seemed in nice rhythm because he bowled well on his return to the group against the Windies at Manchester. The pacer caught his chance from the playing XI together with hands following his bowling partner James Anderson. And Mark Wood was rested while Jofra Archer was left from the match for breaking COVID-19 protocols. The veteran made a remarkable performance in his return with an excellent spell. Against West Indies in their first innings of this in-progress next Test at Old Trafford in Manchester. Broad did not dishearten on his return, along with his timely rampage reveals there is a struggle in the old dog yet. He seemed very excited to generate an impact as he chose three wickets in West Indies’ first innings. He drew the blood in the shape of Shamarh Brooks that had been ambushed leg before playing a massive knock of 67 runs. In his next eleven deliveries, Broad subsequently followed it up with two wickets by sending Jermaine Blackwood and Shane Dowrich.
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Stuart Broad finished with figures of 3/66 in his 23 overs.

Broad bowled a peach of a delivery to wash up Blackwood, who’d scored a match-winning knock of 95 conducts and was the protagonist for West Indies at the 2nd innings of the first Test in Southampton. The veteran pacers’ delivery nibbled back and infringed Blackwood’s defense to mess his stumps. The right-hander was sent packing to get a duck before Broad also got Dowrich out to a duck in his second over. In some time, when he has nothing left to prove, he’s still determined to fight for his position. Broad ended with figures of 3/66 within his 23 overs since he united with Chris Woakes and Sam Curran. Who picked up five wickets between them to dish out West Indies for 287. After scoring 37 conducts using a loss of 2 wickets. England extended their lead to 219 runs at the end of Day 4. Holding a small edge over the people. The English batsmen will probably be seeking to include 30-40 more races to their lead. Before declaring their innings and inquire West Indies to bat in their second innings to give themselves a chance of winning the Test game at the last moment. Like us on Facebook for more update


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