We tried everything we could, says frustrated Broad.
"It was frustrating, but actually if you break the day down and the session down, it was 90 for four that session. That was actually our best session of the game, but we walked off at tea a little bit frustrated." India batted for a total of 161 overs and, with England lacking a frontline spinner, it was Broad and his fellow quicks who took the brunt of the workload. The Nottinghamshire man bowled 33 overs with James Anderson (38), Ben Stokes (34) and Liam Plunkett (37) all also having to work hard to find any kind of bounce. "It's a lot of overs early doors but that's sort of been due to the wickets we've been given," he said. "When nicks aren't carrying, you're not going to bowl teams out overly quickly. "We have had a decent workload leading in but hopefully we'll bowl on some more favourable wickets
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Jul 11, 2014|
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