James Anderson looks back on his England Test debut
Lancashire bowler James Anderson has revealed what it was like when he made his England Test debut.
The thirty four year-old made his England debut in 2003 against Zimbabwe where he went on to take five wickets.
"It was a really special feeling. It was similar to my Lancashire debut in that since I was growing up as a kid, that's all I wanted to do. I'd had a good winter in one-day cricket with England and then managed to get a call-up to the Test squad in the summer."
He has also revealed the most memorable games he played for the Three Lions. Find out what he said in the video below.
Watch Test cricket in Manchester in 2017
England return to Manchester to go head to head against South Africa in the Fourth Investec Test Match at Emirates Old Trafford on Friday 4 August.
The Three Lions, who currently lie fourth in the ICC Test Rankings, will no doubt look to climb the table in 2017 with a victory at Emirates Old Trafford ... but with South Africa's dominating performance against Australia which saw the Kangaroos all out for just 85 - this will no doubt be an incredible Test Match at the home of Lancashire County Cricket Club.
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