For a wonderful spell of fast bowling on a dead track to turn a likely draw into a win for England in one session and for contributing in more than one discipline, James Anderson is our Cricket World Player of the Week.
James Anderson orchestrated a collapse as West Indies allowed one bad session to undo all their good work to let England beat them by nine wickets in the last session on day five of the second Test in Grenada.
Warren Hegg, a former team-mate and captain of James Anderson at Lancashire, says that the fast bowler is "up there with England's greatest" after overtaking Sir Ian Botham to become his country's leading wicket-taker.
England pacer James Anderson claims that the incident with India’s Ravindra Jadeja during the Test series at home last year has affected the former’s game particularly in the World Cup where he managed just five wickets from six games.
James Anderson, along with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Danny Cipriani, appears on The Clare Balding Show to answer a variety of different questions ranging from Kevin Pietersen's book to fighting football managers.
What can I say after another dreadful day for India? They've thrown in the towel, they've embarrassed themselves and they have been absolutely pathetic by losing in three days - twice. It's diabolical.