England fast bowler James Anderson has returned to the field after an injury. He is seen in full rhythm in the Test series being played against South Africa. On the last day of the Cape Town Test match on Tuesday, the bat of Keshav Maharaj, who was batting at a high speed ball of 37-year-old Anderson, broke.
England put up a tough 438-run challenge in front of South Africa in the Cape Town Test match. On the fourth day, host Pieter Malan scored a brilliant half-century to keep the team in the match. Playing a patient half-century, Malan led South Africa to 126 for the loss of 2 wickets on the fourth day.
England's bowling was started by veteran James Anderson on the fifth day of the match on Tuesday. In the very first and ball he put stunned all rounder Keshav Maharaj. Maharaj tried to play a shot off Anderson's ball and the handle of his bat was broken. As soon as his bat was broken on Anderson's ball, everyone on the field started looking at him. In the second innings of the Cape Town Test match against South Africa, Maharaj's bat was broken on the fifth ball of Anderson's over with his 10th over.
37 years old James Anderson seems to be in great rhythm in this series. He took a wicket on the very first ball of the first match of the series at Centurion. Anderson got Dean Elgar caught behind by wicketkeeper Jos Buttler. In the first innings of this match, he did an amazing job of taking 5 wickets. Anderson took 5 wickets for 40 runs while bowling 19 overs.