Stuart Broad urged to quit T20s
LONDON: Mick Newell, member of the selection committee of England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), has suggested pacer Stuart Broad to retire from Twenty20 (T20) format of the game, ARY News reports.
ECB selection committee member Mick Newell had said that Broad is a key player for the side and should consider retirement from the twenty over format to focus on his test and one day career.
"English side has a lot of cricket to play and it will not be appropriate to put all the pressure on Broad's shoulders", he added.
Earlier, the pace bowler had taken pain killers in the Twenty20 World Cup (World T20) in Bangladesh for his knee problem. Broad has also been rested for the Sri Lanka series at home as well.
It should be noted that the 27 year old fast bowler is represents England in all three formats of the game.