Stuart Broad reveals his worth once more.After not being chosen for the first Test, Stuart Broad has created a powerful comeback and demonstrated the world why he deserves a place in the group. Together with the Caribbean side desiring 399 runs to win, the English bowler got a few wickets. To top up that, Broad had obtained six wickets in the first innings. He’s one short of 500 Test wickets and will aspire to achieve this mark on Day 4. West Indies, who started the day at 137/6, was booted up for only 197. With eight wickets in this game, the 34-year-old might be on the lookout for a ten-wicket haul. Well, it looks to be an impossible position for the people, but Test cricket is called the format in which the unexpected occurs. It could be a day to see whether the Jason Holder-led side can pull off a comeback. But with how the initial three times have performed, England is going into a 2-1 series win after dropping the first Test.
Broad has been terrific this series.Meanwhile West Indies batsmen: #EngvWI #StuartBroad pic.twitter.com/DEATi9AIqR — Edges and Sledges 🏏🏏 (@edgesandsledges) July 26, 2020
Windies always spring a surprise by winning first match of any series or a tournament and give us hope that they are back and fuck the hell up afterwards. #ENGvWI— Udit (@udit_buch) July 26, 2020
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Stuart Broad’s ball-by-ball analysis today: 1 2 W . . . | . 4 . 2 . 1 | . W . . W . | . . . 4 . W || . . W 1 1 2 | W . . . 4 . | . . . . . . 6-22 in seven overs. What a bowler.#ENGvWI pic.twitter.com/dQrOdyJXO5— Wisden (@WisdenCricket) July 26, 2020