Stuart Broad Took The Catch Of Kagiso Rabada In The Test Match Against South Africa, Which Is Going Viral On Social Media

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Stuart Broad Viral Video: England cricket team’s legendary fast bowler Stuart Broad celebrated his 36th birthday recently, but even at this stage of age, Broad showed such agility that everyone was surprised. Now this catch of Stuart Broad is becoming very viral on social media. At the same time, England Cricket has shared this video with its official Twitter handle. Stuart Broad took this catch of Kagiso Rabada in the 78th over of South Africa’s first innings. While the bowler was Matty Potts.

Video is going viral on social media

Actually, on the third day of the Test match, Matty Potts was bowling the 78th over of South Africa’s first innings. South African batsman Kagiso Rabada was on strike, but he could not play the short pitch ball properly, after which Broad, standing at mid-on, took this brilliant catch by running backwards and jumping. Seeing this catch, everyone present in the stadium was surprised. At the same time, during this match, Stuart Broad made a very special record in his name. Stuart Broad has become the second bowler to take 100 wickets in Test cricket at the historic grounds of Lord’s. Earlier, James Anderson has taken 100 wickets in Test cricket at Lord’s ground.

Stuart Broad made this very special record in his name

Significantly, Stuart Broad is the fourth such bowler in the world who has taken more than 100 wickets in Test cricket on the same ground. At the same time, this list includes James Anderson and Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan and Rangana Herath. Both the legendary Sri Lankan bowlers who have taken 100 wickets on the same ground in Test cricket. Muralitharan took 166 wickets at Colombo Sports Ground. Anderson has taken 117 wickets at Lord’s ground. Rangana Herath has done this feat on the Galle ground.

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