England bowler James Anderson has spoken of his pride after becoming England's leading wicket taker in Test cricket.
The Lancashire paceman usurped Sir Ian Botham after he had West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin caught by Alastair Cook for his 384th record-breaking Test wicket in his 100th match.
The West Indies eventually held on, thanks to a Jason Holder century, to earn a draw in the first Test match in Antigua.
I am hugely proud. It is great to have my family here and taking over from an English legend is a proud moment.
It (the record) has not been a target. I love taking wickets, I love playing for England, it is a dream come true to play for England let alone for 100 Tests...
It's been an incredible journey. I am delighted to be here."
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