Southampton, August 26
James Anderson is much from being achieved after turning into the primary pacer to amass 600 Test wickets and he sees no cause why he can’t enter the 700-club alongside Shane Warne and Muttiah Muralitharan though he has hit 38. “I’ve chatted to Joe about this a little bit and he has said he would like me to be in Australia (for the Ashes next year),” Anderson was quoted as saying by ESPNcricinfo. “I don’t see any reason why I can’t be. I’m working hard on my fitness all the time. I’m working hard on my game.”
“I feel like I’ve still got stuff to offer this team. As long as I still feel like that I think I’ll keep going. Can I reach 700? Why not?”
Anderson claimed his 29th five-wicket haul within the third Test and solely the good Richard Hadlee has extra amongst seam bowlers.
Talking about his 600 wickets, Anderson mentioned: “Looking back to that first Test, I never thought I would get anywhere near 600.” — PTI