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Anderson and Broad still have a lot to offer to England: Allan Donald

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Former South African pacer Allan Donald on Friday said James Anderson and Stuart Broad still have a lot to offer in Test cricket for England. He said the experienced duo has earned the right to decide when they want to retire from international cricket. Donald’s remarks came after former England captain Michael Vaughan suggested that Anderson was a big experience player in the Test team’s room.

Donald was quoted as saying by the Daily Mail, “If you saw Anderson in Melbourne, even when the conditions suited him, he looked like a dangerous bowler. He bowls well when the pitch is in motion. So he Still a world class bowler.”

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When asked about his future after the Ashes, Donald proposed that he had the right to make the right decisions, but essentially he could still serve the England team, as the team looked weaker than before. Is.”

Taking examples from his own career, Donald admitted that he continued to play internationally for too long in 2001/02.

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He further said, “I have a regret, when I wanted to play six more Test matches for Australia. But at that time I was losing my momentum and I was feeling that I was getting away from the game. “

Donald, who took 330 wickets in 72 Tests and 272 wickets in 164 ODIs for South Africa, also expressed surprise at the way England lost the 2021/22 Ashes to Australia.

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