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SHOWS: MANCHESTER, ENGLAND, UK (JULY 28, 2020) (ECB - MUST CREDIT ENGLAND AND WALES CRICKET BOARD)
1. (SOUNDBITE) (English) STUART BROAD SAYING:
"I'm not somebody who sets targets, I never said I really want to get 500 wickets or 600 wickets or anything like that, I'm someone who looks pretty short term.
"But at the moment I feel fresh, I feel fit, I'm bowling how I want to be bowling, bringing the outside edge of the bat into play, bringing the slips into play but also LBW and bowled being a big dismissal of mine."
2. WHITE FLASH
3. (SOUNDBITE) (English) STUART BROAD SAYING:
"We bowl for one reason and one reason only and that is to take wickets that can help secure test match wins and test series wins. It's a great feeling sat here knowing that I've come into an attack that's had an influence in this test series, because we bowled brilliantly as a unit, everyone's paid their part and it's a very happy changing room right now."
4. WHITE FLASH
5. (SOUNDBITE) (English) JOE ROOT, ENGLAND CAPTAIN, SAYING:
"I think it was quite obvious when I got back into the bubble that he's (Broad) bowling well, he was in a good place with his game, he worked very hard throughout that week at Southampton and he had a point to prove.
"He made that very clear with what he said and he's backed it up beautifully, he's been fantastic in the last two games, in the first of the two games he put in a brilliant performance which changed things, three wickets in a spell, and he seems to have gone from strength to strength from that point.
"Really pleased for him, and to do it in such fine style and fashion this time round, getting 10 for, 50 in no time as well with the bat, and obviously bringing up that 500 milestone.
"It just shows what an amazing talent he is and what a huge asset he's to English cricket, has been for such a long period of time."
6. WHITE FLASH
7. (SOUNDBITE) (English) JOE ROOT, ENGLAND CAPTAIN, SAYING:
"I think it's vitally important the guys enjoy the next four or five days, really make the most of that time away, time at home with loved ones.
"The guys have been very excited about getting home and spending that time just refreshing and getting away from the bubble and hopefully when we come back ready to crack on with another very exciting series again."
8. WHITE FLASH
9. (SOUNDBITE) (English) JASON HOLDER, WEST INDIES CAPTAIN, SAYING:
"We are obviously disappointed to lose the series. We've had quite a few positives in the series, just probably a few more conversions from the starts that we got would have done us a lot better.
"I felt the bowlers really tried, particularly in Manchester where conditions were pretty tough at times. We also didn't field as well as we probably could have, and looking back those are things you can control."
10. WHITE FLASH
11. (SOUNDBITE) (English) JASON HOLDER, WEST INDIES CAPTAIN, SAYING:
"It has been challenging mentally, I think a lot of our guys have felt it. Coming closer to home obviously it probably gets a little bit more difficult but more or less I think the guys have done outstandingly well in terms of keeping their focus.
"The last test match obviously we were outplayed but I think the test series, we had a lot of positives in the test series, whether it be wickets, runs, I think generally we showed signs of improvement as well."
STORY: Stuart Broad grabbed his 500th test wicket to set England on their way to a resounding 269 run win over West Indies in the third and final test at Old Trafford on Tuesday (July 28).
Broad joined an elite club, finishing with match figures of 10-67, as the West Indies were bowled out for 129 runs in between several rain delays in Manchester.
England won the first test series since the COVID-19 pandemic 2-1 and will almost immediately go into another three-match test series against Pakistan, starting next week.
West Indies were always up against it after being set an improbably 399 to win and losing the first two wickets of their second innings to Broad on Sunday, where they were 10-2 at the close.
Monday's play was washed out but Broad did not take long to continue his heroics on Tuesday as he trapped Kraigg Brathwaite leg before wicket for 19.
The 34-year-old Broad had taken the last four wickets of West Indies' first innings and the first three of their second innings in a dominant performance capped by reaching the 500 wicket milestone - only the seventh test cricketer to do so.
Brathwaite was also the 500th test victim of James Anderson at Lord's three years ago, serving up a unique double for England's most successful bowling duo.
Anderson opened the bowling with Broad on Tuesday but it was Chris Woakes who took did the most damage, finishing with figures of 5-50.
He had Shai Hope caught for 31 by Broad after a wild swing which saw the ball go straight up into the air and Shamarh Brooks followed soon after as he got an inside edge and was caught behind.
After lunch, Roston Chase was run out for seven by Dom Bess as the tourists risked an unnecessary single and when captain Jason Holder was lbw to Woakes for 12, any suggestion of a resolute stand looked over.
Woakes' next two victims were also caught shuffling across the crease, with Shane Dowrich out for eight and Rahkeem Cornwall for two.
Fittingly it was Broad who secured victory as Jermaine Blackwood was caught behind for 23.
(Production: Andy Ragg)