Stuart Broad said Yeah, it was obviously a pretty tough day. What would I have been: 21, 22?  I learned loads.
Stuart Broad retires from all forms of cricket
“Yeah, it was obviously a pretty tough day. What would I have been: 21, 22?  I learned loads. I pretty much based a whole mental routine through that experience, knowing that I was left very short as an international performer in that moment. I’d rushed my preparation. I didn’t have any sort of pre-ball routine. I didn’t have any focus, particularly, and I started building my ‘warrior mode’ that I call it after that experience.” said Stuart Broad.
The English fast bowler further added that
“You obviously go through massive peaks and troughs, and when you look at someone like Stokesy’s career, he’s done that sort of thing as well. Most players have.” concluded Stuart Broad
On the last day of the Ashes, the Aussies need 100 runs in 30 overs with just 3 wickets in hand. Steven Smith scored his first fifty in the fourth innings of the test match. Alex Carey and the Australian Captain Pat Cummins are on strike for their team. Chris Woakes is the man who bought England back into the match.