Watch: Anderson left in frustration after three dropped chances in a row

England fast bowler James Anderson was left in frustration and anger as England fielders dropped three catching chances in a row.

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The three-match Test series between England and Pakistan is heading towards in favor of the hosts. The hosts are having a dominating Test so far at Southampton. England added mammoth total of 583 for the loss of 8 wickets in their first innings.

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In reply, it was the show visitors expected. England bowlers bundled out Pakistan for 273, despite the heroic fight back from the skipper Azhar Ali. Eventually, the hosts have put the visitors to bat again, by enforcing follow-on and Pakistan fighting with 43/0 at the moment.

Anderson left frustrated due to England players

Even though England had a dominating day 3 at Southampton, it was a frustrating day for their fast bowler James Anderson. The ordinary fielding display from England players had turned out to be the reason for the frustration of the fast bowler.

While James Anderson pocketed three wickets to his names, there were dropped chances came in row off his bowling. Then there was an easy drop from Stuart Broad which turned out as a run-out later. These dropped chances left the fast bowler in more frustration and angry.

The right-arm fast bowler is three wickets short of reaching a big land mark of 600 Test wickets. The dropped chances has made him to wait for some more time to reach the milestone.



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