HomeSportCricket Old Trafford Test - Day One18:29, 4 AUG 2017Updated18:30, 4 AUG 2017Lancashire chairman David Hodgkiss presents James Anderson with a framed photo after the naming of the James Anderson End Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images1 of 18Former Lancashire player Faf Du Plessis back at Old Trafford as South Africa captain2 of 18Joe Root tosses the coin alongside South Africa captain Faf du Plessis (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images3 of 18Crowd goes bananas at Emirates Old...
Despite being a Yorkie, Joe Root certainly loves Old Trafford . And despite him being a Yorkie, the Lancashire crowd certainly love Root. The England captain played a crucial knock on day one of the fourth Test against South Africa at Emirates Old Trafford as his side look to win the series. Winning the toss and deciding to bat first despite overhead conditions that would have had home favourite Jimmy Anderson licking his lips, Root and England looked in a bit of bother at 92-3.
James Anderson won’t have any problems deciding which end to bowl from when he takes the new ball for England at the Old Trafford Test ... his own! Lancashire have honoured the seamer by changing the name of what used to be The Pavilion End to The James Anderson End at the world-famous stadium.
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