James Anderson looks back on his England Test debut
Lancashire bowler James Anderson has revealed what it was like when he made his England Test debut.
The thirty five year-old made his England debut in 2003 against Zimbabwe where he went on to take five wickets.
"It was a really special feeling. It was similar to my Lancashire debut in that since I was growing up as a kid, that's all I wanted to do. I'd had a good winter in one-day cricket with England and then managed to get a call-up to the Test squad in the summer."
He has also revealed the most memorable games he played for the Three Lions. Find out what he said in the video below.
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