Ashes 2019: Jofra Archer can ‘blow away’ teams in Test cricket, says Stuart BroadEngland (ENG) vs Australia (AUS) Ashes 2019: “He’s already been a successful international cricketer, having been involved in the World Cup win, but he’s got some great attributes,” Stuart Broad said after the end of the day’s play.advertisement Indo-Asian News Service LondonAugust 17, 2019UPDATED: August 17, 2019 12:22 IST England vs Australia (ENG vs AUS) Live Score, Ashes 2019: Jofra Archer in action (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSJofra Archer has 131 wickets in 28 First Class matches and scored over 1,000 runs in the longer formatsJofra bowled with great pace and lengths to Australia batsmen, kept them in check during 3rd day of 2nd Ashes TestJofra still learning his trade a little bit, although he’s doing it with great success, said England pacer Stuart BroadVeteran England pacer Stuart Broad has said that debutant Jofra Archer has the pace and bounce to blow away teams in Test cricket.The third day of the second Ashes Test at Lord’s turned out to be yet another damp squib as no play was possible after the first session because of rain. However, there was plenty for England to cheer as they left Australia reeling at 80/4 when the day was called off. The visitors still trail by 178 runs.Archer was one of the wicket-takers as he trapped Cameron Bancroft in front of the wickets with a delivery that jagged back sharply. The 24-year-old bowled with great pace and lengths to other Australia batsmen also and kept them in check.”He’s already been a successful international cricketer, having been involved in the World Cup win, but he’s got some great attributes,” Broad said after the end of the day’s play while speaking at the press conference.”These conditions at Lord’s have been a bit favourable to the bowler on day one and day two, but that’s not taking away anything he brings. You feel even on day four and day five pitches, with his height and bounce, he’s going to bring the stumps into play.”I don’t think there are any doubts within the group or within the media that he has the attributes to be a Test cricketer. There’s going to be times when he’s going to blow teams away. What impressed me was his nagging line, the fact that he can bring all dismissals in. He’s aggressive with his bouncer,” he added.advertisementArcher grabbed the attention of the larger global cricketing audience with his exploits in the Indian Premier League before storming into the international cricket scene with his stellar performance in England’s successful 2019 World Cup campaign. The Barbados-born fast bowler has 131 wickets in 28 First-Class matches and scored over 1,000 runs in the longer formats.However, Broad doesn’t want the team to place too many expectations on Archer.”This is his first Test match. It’s a big learning experience. You sometimes forget he’s, what, 24?” Broad said.”In our minds, because he’s been involved in World Cups and been talked about so much in the last six months that we think he’s a really experienced, older, knows-it-all cricketer. He’s still learning his trade a little bit, although he’s doing it with great success,” he added.Also Read | The Ashes, 2nd Test: England pick up crucial wickets before rain wrecks Day 3Also see:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byNitin Kumar Tags :Follow Ashes 2019Follow Ashes testFollow LordsFollow Eng vs AUSFollow Jofra Archer
Ohio State associate head coach and co-defensive coordinator Greg Schiano was cited by the Columbus Division of Police for failure to obey a traffic control device. The citation is a minor misdemeanor offense. The accident occurred Thursday morning at the intersection of West Lane Avenue and Fred Taylor Drive. Schiano’s vehicle hit a 26-year-old, male bicyclist who was taken to the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center.The Columbus police said that the victim was transported in critical condition with a head injury, but Sgt. Brooke Wilson, who was at the scene, said at the scene on Thursday that the bicyclist is expected to survive. There has been no update on the condition of the bicyclist.Schiano is scheduled to appear before a judge on Oct. 5 at 9 a.m. The traffic fine is $55 and, including court fees, the total cost due by Schiano is $152.