England's Stuart Broad has completed 100 wickets at the Lord's Cricket Ground. He reached the landmark on Day 2 of the ongoing Lord's Test between England and South Africa.
After dismissing Kyle Verreynne in the first innings, Broad raced to 100 Test wickets at Lord's. The 36-year-old has scalped 100 wickets from 26 Tests at an average of 28.44
at the Home of Cricket.
Broad is only behind veteran James Anderson, who owns a record 117 wickets at Lord's. Anderson has played one more Test than Broad at the iconic venue.
Broad is just the fourth bowler to take
100 Test wickets at a single ground. Muthiah Muralidaran holds the record for taking most Test wickets at a ground (166 at SSC Colombo).
Earlier this year, Broad took his 550th Test wicket in the fifth Test against India. He took 156 Tests to achieve the milestone. Anderson reached this landmark in 2018.