Veteran Australia players found themselves under target from Broad, raised questions about thinking when referring to ball manipulation.

The Australian team could have won the Lord’s Test match by 43 runs, but the controversial departure of Johnny Bairstow is being discussed more than his victory. Now England team fast bowler Stuart Broad has made a tremendous attack on the Australian team. With a reminder of the sandpaper incident in 2018, Broad said there have been no changes to the Australian team yet.

Stuart Broad wrote in his column in the Daily Mail after the Lord’s Test match that what surprised me most and what he was telling the Australian team at lunchtime was that one of the veteran players on his team once he didn’t even ask what it said. he was doing. Especially when his team is holding its own as a changed team in recent years.

In his column, Broad further wrote that no one tried to stop, wait, this doesn’t seem right to me, but no one thought so. Bairstow was not going to take advantage or run. The over was over and he was dismissed in such a bizarre manner that the appeal should be overturned.

Broad also took a dig at Australian patron Pat Cummins in his column, saying Pat Cummins is a very nice guy after all and I’d be surprised, once everything settles down, if he doesn’t sit down and think, I did. He did it, even though his goal at the time was to win a test. He was upset with Australia’s decision, especially after hearing them talk about building a new legacy as a team and how they’ve changed since the tour of South Africa in 2018.

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