Birmingham: James Anderson may be getting used to making history but he derived special pleasure in breaking Darren Gough's record to become England's most successful one-day bowler.
The 30-year-old Lancashire pacemen, who last month became only the fourth England bowler to take 300 Test wickets, started the Champions Trophy opener against Australia at Edgbaston on Saturday tied with retired Yorkshire quick Gough on 234 one-day international (ODI) wickets.
But that changed when he had Mitchell Marsh caught by Eoin Morgan at point.
What really pleased Anderson, who finished with three for 30 to take his tally to 237 ODI wickets, though was that his haul helped England to a 48-run victory....more
09:42 AM, Jun 10, 2013