England fast bowler James Anderson got a taste of the "chin-music" that he is more used to dishing out, courtesy of a golf shot gone horribly wrong, but emerged from the incident on Sunday with his smile intact.
In a video shared by England team-mate Stuart Broad on Twitter, Anderson appeared to fancy himself as Seve Ballesteros as he attempted a hard escape from the trees.
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Referee Michael Oliver pointed to the spot after Sadio Mane was adjudged to have been tripped up by Gleison Bremer. Salah's driving run across the box teed the striker up for a shot which found the top corner via a deflection.
The speedster recently tried his hand at the sport, practising his swing during a warm-up round at Stoke Park ahead of England's golf day.
But, in the caption, Broad clarified that England's all-time leading wicket-taker in Test cricketer is perfectly fine, much to the relief of his teammates and fans.
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Anderson, who bats left-handed but plays golf with his right, found himself in the trees with a pretty tricky lie, and what happened next was just unfortunate.
India will now look to bounce back when they take on England in the second match of the series, beginning August 9 at the Lord's. Jimmy's partner Stuart Broad, shared the video on social media. Anderson ended with match bowling figures of 4 for 91 and Broad took 2 for 83 as England edged to a thrilling 31-run in the opening match of the series at Edgbaston on Saturday.
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England have made two changes going into next week's Test in London, with Ollie Pope replacing Dawid Malan and Chris Woakes taking the place of Ben Stokes. Anderson recoils from the impact, whilst Broad can be heard to exclaim, "Oh no!"