7 wickets had fallen to just 102, then Stuart Broad played an inning of 169 runs; knocked out by the beating

Stuart Broad, the fast bowler who ran the red ball at his behest, said goodbye to international cricket after the fifth Ashes Test. He had already retired from ODI and T20 International. Now he has also said goodbye to the exam. Stuart Broad, who recorded more than 600 wickets in Test cricket, scored 169 runs against Pakistan.

In that Test against Pakistan at the historic Lord’s ground, England lost their seven wickets on just 102 runs. In front of Pakistan’s Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif, where the English batsmen looked helpless. At the same time, Braz had blown up the Pakistani bowling attack.

Veterans like Andrew Strauss, Sir Alastair Cook, Kevin Pietersen, Paul Collingwood, Matt Prior and Eoin Morgan didn’t bat in this match, but Broad hit a century and surprised everyone with his shot.

Stuart Broad played an inning of 169 runs in 297 balls using 18 fours and a six. Broad shared a record 332 runs for the eighth wicket with Jonathan Trott (184). This was Broad’s first century in Test cricket, played at Lord’s historic ground.

In addition to a memorable Century, Stuart Broad also took three wickets in the game. Because of this, he also won the Player of the Game award in that game. When Broad got to batting, no one thought he would make history, but Broad surprised everyone with a crucial Century.

Stuart Broad, batting in his final Test, hit a six with the last ball. Caught the wicket on the last ball there. For the first time in the last test, a player has managed this feat. Previously, many bowlers took wickets on the last ball of the last Test. At the same time, a six was also seen on his last test ball. But in the final Test, when he hit a six in batting on his last ball and a wicket on his last ball in bowling, that charisma was on display for the first time. In his last Test, Broad set a world record unlike any other in Test cricket’s 146-year history.

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