Stuart broad after announcing his retirement what broad said on six sixes by amrendra kumar yadav 31 Jul 2023 0106 pm
Stuart Broad England fast bowler Stuart Broad surprised everyone by announcing his retirement in the fifth match of the ongoing Ashes Test series against Australia.
He was addressing a press conference after announcing his retirement. In this press conference, Yuvraj Singh gave a statement on the question of six sixes hit in T20 World Cup 2007.
Broad's answer When he was asked a question about this, he replied that he wished it had not happened.
He went through mental stress and said that that time was really difficult for me. At that time he was also a victim of mental stress.
Although he also said that it gave me a lot of strength, Broad told that he prepared himself so that it does not happen again.
More bad days than good days in cricket He said that during cricket career mostly you go through bad days. There will be more bad days than good days.
17 year long career Stuart Broad spent 17 years long career for England. During this, he set many great records in his name.
600 wickets He is the second fast bowler to take 600 wickets in Test cricket. Anderson has done this feat before.
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