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Stuart Broad, James Anderson react to model walking the ramp wearing pads

Broad-- along with many other cricket fans-- was amused by the model's attire as the picture became the talking point on Twitter in no time.

Stuart Broad
Stuart Broad. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Stuart Broad and James Anderson– the two stalwarts of England cricket have etched a plethora of records over the years. Since bursting out on the international stage, both the pacers have established themselves as two eminent figures in English fast-bowling history. Both the right-arm speedsters, whether it’s on-field or off-field, share a great camaraderie with each other which is quite evident through their social media interactions.

The duo’s comradeship was once again evident on Twitter after Stuart Broad shared a picture of a model, who was spotted wearing cricket pads while walking on the ramp walk in a fashion show. Stuart Broad– along with many other cricket fans– was amused by the model’s attire as the picture became the talking point on Twitter in no time.

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“Never know when one can nip back from a good length & trap you infront,” tweeted Broad while taking a dig at the picture. As the picture started doing rounds on Twitter in no time, it was none other than James Anderson who responded back to Broad with another cheeky tweet.

“Might struggle with a yorker,” responded Anderson amid many other tweets which were hurled at the hilarious attire of the model in the picture.

England are set to face Sri Lanka in a two-match Test series

Meanwhile, Anderson is set to miss out the Test series against Sri Lanka starting next month due to injury. The veteran pacer is still recovering from a cracked rib injury which he suffered during the second Test against South Africa in Cape Town.

Anderson, who has etched his name into the record books by playing 151 Tests for the ‘Three Lions’, has 584 scalps under his belt. The 37-year-old has 28 five-wicket hauls to his name and is touted to be nearing the latter stage of his career.

Broad, on the other hand, has been included in the squad which is slated to encounter Sri Lanka from Match 19. Earlier, there were reports that Broad will also be sidelined from the Sri Lanka series along with Anderson. However, the 33-year-old is expected to steer the English bowling force against Sri Lanka along with the likes of Chris Woakes and Mark Wood. In an illustrious career spanning over 138 Tests, the lanky pacer has 485 wickets to his name.

The first Test will take place in Galle (Mar 19-Mar 23), while the second game will be played in Colombo (Mar 27-Mar 31).

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