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‘India just too good this time’ – James Anderson reacts after England failure in five-match series against India

'India just too good this time' - James Anderson reacts after England failure in five-match series against India

James Anderson. (Photo Source: Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

Seasoned England pacer James Anderson reflected on his side’s Test series defeat against India, admitting that Rohit Sharma’s men were too good. The Ben Stokes-led side made a stunning start in the series, winning the opening game in Hyderabad by 28 runs. However, the tourists failed to continue the momentum, losing all the remaining games and suffering a 1-4 defeat.

With the series win, India became the first-ever team to overcome England after the ‘Bazball era.’ In addition, it also extended India’s splendid record of being unbeatable at home for 12 years and consolidated their top position in the World Test Championship 2023-25 points table.

“A tough end to the series. India just too good this time. We gave it everything the last couple of months. Love being part of this test team and we’ll keep striving to improve and entertain. Thanks for all the support from back home and especially those who travelled. See you in the summer,” Anderson wrote on Instagram.

Also read: WTC 2023-25 final scenario: India need five wins in 10 games, Australia four in seven

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James Anderson picks his 700th Test in India series

Anderson has had a notable campaign despite the team’s defeat as he achieved a milestone of 700 Test wickets. He became only the third bowler and the first pacer to claim 700 wickets in the longest format of the game. He dismissed star India spinner Kuldeep Yadav on Day 3 of the fifth and final Test at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium in Dharamsala to set a new record.

Also read: Twitter Reactions: James Anderson picks 700th Test wicket in 400th international game

The 41-year-old joins Muttiah Muralitharan and Shane Warne in the elite list of bowlers who have picked up 700 wickets and more. The legendary Sri Lankan off-spinner is the highest wicket-taker of all time in red-ball cricket with 800 wickets, while the late great Warne finished his Test career with 708 scalps.

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