Name: James Michael Anderson
Date of Birth: July 30, 1982
Place of Birth: Burnley, Lancashire
Batting Style: Left Handed
Bowling Style: Right Arm Fast Medium
ODI Debut: December 15, 2002 v Australia
Test Debut: May 22, 2003 v Zimbabwe
T20 Debut: January 9, 2007 v Australia
James Anderson is a young pace bowler from England who made his debut at a very early age. A genuinely quick bowler, Anderson has the ability to take wickets with new ball. After just one first-class season, he made it to the England side and was also a part of their 2003 World Cup squad.
Injury and inconsistent performance then saw him out of the team for most of the times. 2007 was a successful year for the Lancashire seamer as he spearheaded the English attack in absence of Flintoff, Harmison and Hoggard.
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