Jonny Bairstow opens up on Alex Carey dismissal, injury

A defiant Jonny Bairstow has reluctantly addressed his controversial stumping at Lord’s and defended his wicketkeeping, claiming the badly broken leg he suffered last year may have prevented him from walking properly again.

Speaking after hammering England into an unassailable position during the fourth Test at Old Trafford with an unbeaten 99 from just 81 balls, Bairstow claimed he was “proud” of being able to return as a professional sportsman.

Jonny Bairstow in action during day three…

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