Sport 24 – Cape Town – England fast bowler James Anderson feels there has to be a place for aggression in Test cricket and feels for the banned Proteas quick Kagiso Rabada.

Summary

  • Cape Town – England fast bowler James Anderson feels there has to be a place for aggression in Test cricket and feels for the banned Proteas quick Kagiso Rabada.
  • The quick was given two demerits for making contact with an opposition player after brushing past Australia skipper Steve Smith while celebrating his wicket during the second Test.
  • Anderson says that he can relate to Rabada as somebody who has often allowed his aggression to spill out while celebrating a wicket.
  • Anderson confessed that in that moment directly after taking a wicket, especially in a big series, it is difficult to control your emotions.
  • It’s literally one of those things, the build-up of emotion where you are trying so hard to get a wicket and win a game and this emotion just comes out as a big release.


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