Stuart Broad: <em>Agar tum no na hote</em> !

Australians hate him and the English media love to have a go at him. Still, Stuart Broad has often managed to hog the limelight. In the Ashes 2013, Broad edged Ashton Agar to slip and stood his ground in the Trent Bridge Test. The Australians were infuriated when umpire Aleem Dar just wouldn’t raise his finger. Broad became an instant villain in Australia and was given a bitter welcome when England toured Down Under later that year. Standing my Ground with apologies to Matthew Hayden is a befitting title for Broad’s autobiography, describing arguably the most controversial moment of his career.

Please note: As the section indicates, this is a humour piece work of pure fiction