England’s legendary fast bowler James Anderson, who has taken more wickets in Test cricket as a fast bowler, says he thinks he is not good enough for Test cricket. He made this shocking statement before tomorrow’s second Test against New Zealand. Let us tell you that if Anderson finished in the last eleven in the second Test against New Zealand, he would leave Alastair Cook and play more Test matches for England
James Anderson said, “It’s been an unprecedented 18 years. I’m proud to know I’ve played as many games as Cook.” Let us tell you that Anderson made his Test debut at Lord’s in 2003 against Zimbabwe 18 years ago.
Anderson added, “I thought I wasn’t good enough. County cricket has changed a lot. I remember Nasir didn’t keep a good foot. My first ball was no ball, then I was scared and I still felt like I had to go a long way.”
It is noteworthy that Anderson holds 616 wickets in 161 Tests to his name and is the fourth bowler in the world to take the most number of wickets in Test after Muttiah Muralitharan (800 wickets), Shane Warne (708) and Anil Kumble (619). Wicket).
He said, “It took me a few years to get set. I think counting against the top team in the world is counting. I’m not disrespecting Zimbabwe, but against a team like South Africa, Australia and India, you have to perform. You have to do it. You have to perform against top teams. When capable, you think your level will rise. “