© 2019 cricketnlive.com - All Rights Reserved. In 2012 though, Broad was in fine form in whites for England and was a major orchestrator of England's Ashes victory at home in the following year. (All stats updated till the end of the third Test between England and West Indies.). He has made a habit of taking wickets in bunches, often causing collapses by running through sides while conceding very few runs. For six-wicket hauls, Broad has the best average (7.59) and strike rate (17.1) among the 26 bowlers to have taken eight or more such hauls. Broad strikes at 19.1 balls per wicket in his five-wicket hauls. He moved from Leicestershire to Nottinghamshire, his father's county, in 2008. in kilograms- 80 kg in pounds- 187 lbs: Body Measurements (approx.) Later that year, Broad's two five-wicket hauls against Australia saw him on the brink of permanency in the England attack. He bowled with pace and swing to return career-best figures of 8 for 52 against Warwickshire at Edgbaston in July 2010, as well as helping them to lift the 2013 YB40 trophy at Lord's - the county's first one-day silverware in 22 years.ESPNcricinfo staff, Stuart Broad joined Sky Sports' team for the first ODI against Australia, A bit of a tangle as Stuart Broad runs down in his follow through to try to run Azhar Ali out, Stuart Broad gets a fist bump from Ollie Pope, Cricket Writers' Club Young Cricketers of the Year 2006. There was a six-for in the first innings at Brisbane, as England began the return tour in 2013-14 well enough - only to end up being whitewashed for the third time in Ashes history. Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Dhaka, State Bank of Pakistan Sports Complex, Karachi, Mahmudullah need 92 runs in 22.0 overs. Although England were battered 5-0 in the return Ashes later in the same year, Broad was by far, the best English bowler on display. He made his first-class debut with Leicestershire in 2005 and joined England’s ODI team just a year later. Broad's incredulous hands-to-mouth expression as Ben Stokes plucked a catch at fifth slip became the picture of the summer. Here are some stats and numbers that Stuart Broad created with the ball in his Test career: 2 – Stuart Broad became the 2nd player from England to join the club of 500 Test wickets. Sobers, Richards, Bradman… oh, wait, India could quarantine in Sydney during Australia tour in November. His new-ball partnership with James Anderson has sustained England's Test attack for years, his own aggression and ability to flog bounce from all but the most benign surface dovetailing nicely with Anderson's technical excellence. County cricket figured little for such an England regular but when he played (and often when he wasn't) his commitment was impressive, suggesting a player who had not lost touch with his roots. The subsequent tour of New Zealand proved to be his real chance, however. Within 18 months he had transformed himself into a beanpole medium-fast bowler, gaining international recognition with the England Under-19 side and establishing himself in the Leicestershire first XI in 2005, beginning a meteoric rise that included an England A debut in only his 11th first-class match in March 2006 and a call-up to the senior one-day side five months later. When the blond, lanky Stuart Broad dismantled a rock solid Australian top order in 2009 to help England regain the Ashes, everyone knew a talented rookie was coming of age. Shane Warne is the only other bowler to do it four times. On such occasions, he runs in hard and his menace visibly grows. RRR: 4.18, Stuart Broad - topping the finest, triggering collapses, getting better with age, Amir dropped for Zimbabwe series, Shadab appointed white-ball vice captain, BBL clubs to be allowed three overseas players in XI, New Zealand players provide overseas cover for WBBL, Fluent Rahul tries avoiding chaos, Shami revels in it, Mohammad Shami 'believed' in nailing yorkers, Mayank Agarwal thought of Delhi Capitals result, PCB to ICC: Ensure visas for Pakistan players for T20 World Cup 2021 in India, Who's in our retro T20 XI? Broad has been blessed with one remarkable career performance. However, his significance in England's future was confirmed when he was named Twenty20 captain. One of Broad's worst nightmares on the cricket field, or rather any bowler's nightmare, was when he was spanked for 6 sixes in an over by Yuvraj Singh in the inaugural edition of the ICC World Twenty20. And as Anderson continued to set new landmarks, Broad followed ably in his slipstream, emulating his friend when becoming only the second Englishman to take 400 Test wickets.