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Why Stuart Broad required an inhaler during Southampton Test against Pakistan?


Team Udayavani, Aug 15, 2020, 11:08 AM IST

During the first day of the second England-Pakistan Test, pacer Stuart Broad called for an inhaler after being in discomfort on the field.

Around the fourth over of the day Braud called in for some assistance although he had to wait longer.

Here’s the reason

It is said that Broad has been suffering from asthma and had earlier revealed that he only has one and a half lungs because he was born three months premature. He had added that one of his lungs never fully developed

Until the Ashes five years back, Broad had kept his asthma hidden, and it was during the pre-training camp that he revealed to his teammates of being a lung short than others.

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