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Stuart Broad takes his 500th Take a look at wicket

England seam bowler Stuart Broad says he thought of retirement after being dropped for final month’s opening Take a look at of the summer time towards West Indies.

Broad, 34, was ignored at Southampton, the place West Indies gained by 4 wickets.

He returned for the ultimate two Assessments, each gained by England, and took 16 wickets to move 500 for his profession.

“Have been there ideas of retirement going spherical my head? 100%. As a result of I used to be so down,” Broad told the Mail on Sunday.