The fourth test series played in India at the Wankhede stadium, had seen England in a lot of troubles as they slipped up, making a total mess of their dominance and gifting India the win as Virat Kohli went on to score his third double century of the year.
However, the England cricket squad members decided it was necessary that they took time off in Dubai, to enjoy with some friends while they hoped to try and rescue the series, especially with the upcoming final match of the series.
The cricketers have been doing their very best to put behind their struggles in their two previous tests in India and the clique which included the likes of Joe Root, James Anderson, Stuart Broad, and Ben Duckett were spotted relaxing in the sunny metropolis
The clique were joined by Louise Webber and Bealey Mitchell, girlfriends of Buttler and Broad respectively.
In particular, Buttler seemed to be making the most of the trip, as he was spotted posing in front of the Burj Al Arab with Webber, and a beer in one hand. More
Stuart Broad seems to be getting intimidated by fast bowling these days. He was a pretty handy bat in the first half of his career. He even has a test century to his name and that too versus a good attack of Pakistan.
But, since the time Varun Aaron has hit him on the nose, fear has crept in his mind. He does not look to get on top of the bounce of the deliveries and play proper shots. He backs off instead and then tries to throw his arms. In short, he has started batting like a tail-ender.
Some former Cricketers reckon that the England team management should demote Stuart Broad from no. 8 and get him batting at 11 to give him a bit of a strong message.
In the modern era, the bowlers are actually getting better with their batting. The coaches make them have a hit in the nets almost during every practice session.
It’s not easy to just come and knock over the tail-enders any more in Cricket. They show quite a bit of resistance.
But, here is Stuart Broad who has had his batting going the other way around and that is surprising. He is believed to be a tough young man. The way he had taken on the Aussies in the first leg of 2013 Ashes, it was audacious. More