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James Anderson has so far come up with a decent performance in the 2017-18 Ashes, and the veteran pacer has no intentions to stop right now. He claimed a decent five-wicket haul, allowing Australia to be bundled for mere 138, as England still stand a chance to win the second Test (D/N) at the Adelaide Oval and level terms in the series. Anderson already has 514 wickets in his Test career so far as he is playing his 131st Test. However, he feels that his love for the game is yet to fade away and would continue giving his best in each and every game, as he intends to play for a long time. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: Australia vs England, Ashes 2017-18, 2nd Test at Adelaide (Day-Night)

On his bowling

“I feel like I am bowling as well as I ever have, feel like my body is in as good shape as it ever has been. And people keep telling me that I am about to finish and retire, so I want to show them that I can keep going. I’ve still got wickets in me, wicket-taking balls which I have shown this week, and hopefully that can continue for the rest of this trip,” said Anderson during the post-day press conference.

On his future

“I don’t want to think about the future too much. I’m loving playing cricket, I’m loving playing with this group of blokes. As long as I am bowling well and doing myself justice on the field I am going to keep playing, absolutely love this game. I’ve been very fortunate to play it for a long time and I’m not planning on stopping any time soon. So if I keep bowling well and keep myself in good shape then hopefully I can carry on for a while.”

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On England’s winning chance in Adelaide Test

“We were really annoyed with the way we played the first couple of days, 200-plus behind. We wanted to show what we can do. We didn’t do ourselves justice in those first two innings with the ball and the bat. To be honest, we’re delighted to be in this position, to have any chance of winning the game. There’s obviously a huge amount of work ahead of us but we’re in with a chance, which is all we can ask for after the first two days. There’s no gremlins in the pitch. There’s nothing to fear in terms of the pitch deteriorating. It’s just a case of coming out tomorrow with belief. We’ve got to believe we can do it and we’ve got the players in the dressing room who can do it.”