England’s experienced fast bowler James Anderson will set a milestone when he plays the second Test against New Zealand on June 10. After playing this match, he will replace former England batsman Alastair Cook in what is likely to be a Test match. This is his 162nd Test match, which is more for any England player. Anderson said, “This 15 years of Test cricket is really unbelievable. Alastair Cook knows how many Tests have played. I’m really proud that I’ve really reached this point. It took a few years.”
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He believes Test cricket is not good. Anderson has shared his Test journey experiences since June 10, before the second Test against New Zealand. Anderson said in a statement Tuesday, ‘I think this is a big step from county cricket. I remember Nasir not fielding me on a good leg in my first match and I gave up a lot of runs. My first ball was also a Noble, so I was very nervous at the time and didn’t think I would get here today at the time.
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He said, ‘It’s a little hard to play against the best teams in the world, like South Africa, Australia and India. Once you have performed against the top teams in the world, you may think that you can actually perform well at that level, so it took me a few years and a few tours around the world to think of me. I can really do that. “It is significant that Anderson made his Test debut 18 years ago at Lord’s in 2003 against Zimbabwe.