He Has Been Terrfic Bolwer: Indian Head Coach Rahul Dravid Reacts To Stuart Broad’s Retirement

Barbados: Indian head coach Rahul Dravid has reacted to Stuart Broad’s retirement by calling him a ‘terrific bowler.’ Notably, England’s legendary pacer announced his retirement from professional cricket on July 29, Friday and confirmed that ongoing Ashes will be his last.

Speaking of Broad’s contribution to the game of cricket, Dravid said;

I think he has been terrific bowler. I think his partnership with Jimmy Anderson is something that will always be remembered,” Dravid said in post-match presentation.

The Indian legend also said that it takes special kind of cricketer to take 600 wickets and ton play that number of Test matches.

I think Anderson and Broad, the whole decade they played for England, really put in some fantastic performance,” he added.

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Broad, who has taken 602 wickets in 167 Tests, is the second most successful pacer in Test history after his teammate James Anderson and fifth overall.

“Tomorrow or Monday will be my last game of cricket. It’s been a wonderful ride, a huge privilege to wear the Nottinghamshire and England badge as much as I have,” Broad said after announcing his decision.

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