Stuart Broad is feeling “frustrated, angry & gutted” for not being a part of the Southampton Test Series!

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Stuart Broad said that he is feeling “frustrated, angry & gutted” for being dropped out from the first Test Match of the ongoing England Vs West Indies Test series in Southampton.

The 34-year-old fast bowler was dropped out from the team when England opted for a pace attack of James Anderson, Jofra Archer & Mark Wood in Southampton. Stuart Broad has played 51 Test matches in 2012 when he was rested in a dead match & finished as team’s top wicket-taker in both the Ashes 2019 series & the test Series in South Africa.

“I’m not a particularly emotional person but I’ve found the last couple of days quite tough. To say I’m disappointed would be an understatement – you get disappointed if you drop your phone and break your screen”, said Broad.

“I’ve been frustrated, angry, and gutted because it’s quite a hard decision to understand. I’ve probably bowled the best I’ve ever bowled in the last couple of years. I felt like it was my shirt, having been in the team through the Ashes and going to South Africa and winning there.”

“I’ve been frustrated, angry, and gutted because it’s quite a hard decision to understand. I’ve probably bowled the best I’ve ever bowled in the last couple of years. I felt like it was my shirt, having been in the team through the Ashes and going to South Africa and winning there.”

Broad said that he was given a “positive feedback going forward” about his status in the squad after he asked for clarification about the decision from the national Selector Ed Smith. England’s stand-in captain ben Stokes had said Broad that the selectors are opting for “extra pace” at the Rose Bowl.

In the condition of anonymity Broad further said, “I felt like I deserved a spot in the team, like everyone else. Chris Woakes, Sam Curran was bowling really well and probably deserves to be in the XI, too. So it is hard to take but also I’m quite pleased I feel frustrated and feel gutted and angry because if I didn’t I’d have a different decision to make.”

However, on England’s bowling attack Ben Stokes has said that England will rotate the bowling line-up during the ongoing three-match Test series against West indies with the second & third test matches taking place in Manchester.

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