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‘Pure joy and happiness’ – Broad on fairytale finale


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Stuart Broad says he will leave cricket with “pure joy and happiness” after taking the final two wickets as England drew the Ashes with a 49-run victory.In a thrilling finale, Broad removed the final two Australia batters as England levelled the series at 2-2.It was a fitting end for an Ashes legend, who announced on Saturday he will retire after the Test.”It is special,” said 37-year-old Broad, who ends with 604 Test wickets after a 15-year Test career.”It is a difficult decision to walk away from the game I love but I wanted my last ball to be in an environment that is so special and playing sport I still love – for my lasting memory to be pure joy and happiness. “That is how I feel now.”More to follow.

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