Jason Holder, captain of the Caribbean cricket staff that recorded a landslide victory over England, has stated that he was fairly stunned as to why Stuart Broad was not given an opportunity for the primary Test. Broad additionally expressed his disappointment after being eradicated from the enjoying eleven of the primary Test match.
The Caribbean staff gained the primary match of the three-match collection by 4 wickets to take a 1-Zero lead. The final two Tests of the collection shall be performed at Old Trafford, Manchester from 16 and 24 July. <! –
Holder wrote in his column printed within the newspaper Daily Mail, "I was surprised if England didn't pick Broad. His record, especially in the Test, is fantastic and seeing this, I was thinking that the English team was Jofra Archer or Then Mark would put out one in Wood. But he had chosen a good attack. "
"It was the first time we played a Test against Joffra and he was eager to play against us and we were also keen to go against him," he stated.
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Holder struck out two of one of the best Test all-rounders in Test cricket earlier than the match, dismissing English captain Ben Stokes in each innings of the primary Test.
Talking about his efficiency, he stated, "Taking six wickets in the first innings fulfilled a personal ambition for me as I always wanted to take five wickets against England and dreamed of coming to the Lord's Honors board in this series."
Holder stated that now his subsequent objective is to attain a century in England. He stated, "My next goal is to score a century in England. Between me and Ben Stokes the all-rounders are being run, but it was enough for me to get him out twice at Southampton."
He stated, "Stokesy is a good opponent and is a great cricketer so it was a big thing for me and the team to get out a player like him twice. This series is not about the individual players. This is our shared effort and we are going through this tour. But it's about what you want to achieve. "