Veteran paceman James Anderson says he won’t retire from cricket despite England’s horror early exit from the World Cup.
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Anderson said he still had a lot more to offer in all forms of the game and hinted that he wanted to continue until the 2019 World Cup.
“I’m not going to retire. I have a lot more to offer both in 50-over and five-day cricket,” Anderson is quoted as saying by The Sun.
“Having said that, I don’t think any player’s place in the team is safe after our World Cup performance.”
Anderson has taken just four wickets in five World Cup matches, but remains one of England’s most consistent performers.
England faces Afghanistan in a dead rubber on Friday at the Sydney Cricket Ground at 3.30am (GMT).