Originally Posted by Richard
As I said, Broad bowled dreadfully in the first four Tests of The Ashes and brilliantly in the first-innings of the Fifth (pretty poorly again in the second-innings). In .
Don't think he bowled dreadfully in the 4th Test. Was England's best bowler in the innings at Headingley, picking up key wickets and a decent haul. He didn't bowl as well as he did in that spell at Lords, but he certainly wasn't dreadful. Do agree with the analysis of the rest of his series though, was surprised he kept his place after his performances in the first 3 Tests.