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England’s James Anderson on ‘worst pain I’ve been in on cricket field’


England’s all-time leading wicket-taker James Anderson says breaking a rib in the second Test against South Africa was “the worst pain I’ve been in on a cricket field”.

The pace bowler was speaking about his injury to Greg James and Felix White on the latest episode of their Tailenders podcast, available to listen to now on BBC Sounds.

READ MORE:Anderson hopes to return ‘stronger’



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