Happy Retirement Stuart Broad: Unforgettable Records By England Pacer In International Cricket

New Delhi: One of the greatest pacers to play the sport, England’s Stuart Broad will hang his boots without 17 long years in international career at the end of the ongoing fifth and final Ashes Test versus Australia at the Oval. The 37-year-old shocked the cricketing world with a surprise utterance on Saturday.

Throughout his career, Broad has been a unconfined servant for England and recently crossed a record 600-wicket mark in Tests, making him one of the most successful speedsters in the history.

The right-arm pacer is one of the top four players to have an spherical record of 4000-plus runs and 800-plus wickets internationally. Son of ICC match referee Chris Broad, he represented England in 167 Test matches and has taken 602 wickets, and 178 wickets in 121 ODIs. The English seamer has moreover featured in 56 T20Is picking up 65 wickets.

In the ongoing Ashes series, Broad was at his very weightier with 20 wickets to his name. The English paceman holds the record for most wickets taken versus Australia in Test cricket having increasingly than 150 scalps..

Let us squint at some of the unforgettable stats and numbers from Stuart Broad’s career:

602 – Stuart Broad has so far taken 602 wickets in Tests. He is the second most wicket-taker by any other fast bowler in the longest format. Only his teammate James Anderson is superiority of him with 690 wickets.

845- The English paceman has a total of 845 wickets in international cricket, the fourth most by a pace bowler wideness all formats. James Anderson (977), Glenn McGrath (949) and Wasim Akram (916) are the first three on the list.

396- The 37-year-old pacer has taken 396 wickets at home, the second most by any pacer in Tests. Anderson is only superiority of him with 434 home wickets.

151 – Stuart Broad has aggregated 151 wickets in Ashes, the most wickets by an England bowler versus Australia.

167 – The right-arm pacer has represented England in 167 Test matches, the second most number of matches by an England player. Anderson tops the list with 183 games.

17 – The paceman has dismissed Australia’s David Warner 17 times in Tests, the most for him versus any batter.

48 – Stuart Broad has taken 4-plus wickets in Test innings for 48 times, the second most by English bowler. Only pacer James Anderson is superiority of him with 64 times.

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