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England quick Stuart Broad adds another feather to his cap and it’s not related to cricket

The 31-year-old Broad’s not content with just being one of the finest fast bowlers of his era.

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England pacer Stuart Broad is used to terrorising batsmen with his bouncers, but this time the 31-year-old has delivered a real googly to the denizens of Fantasy Premier League (FPL) by winning Gameweek 37 with a seriously impressive haul of 180 points.

Yes, you read that right and here’s proof if you don’t believe us:

Broad’s won the lot with England, from the Ashes to the T20 World Cup, but it seems he’ll have to make some room in his trophy cabinet for some hard-earned goodies:

The 6’5 Broad, who famously picked up 8-15 in an Ashes Test, clearly rates this achievement as one he’s likely to cherish for a fair bit:

Broad’s gamble to captain Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang paid off handsomely as the Gunners frontman netted three goals and an assist over two matches.

The 31-year-old recently reached the 400-wicket milestone in Test cricket and it was doubly special for the Nottingham-born pacer as he became the youngest pacer to reach the landmark.

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He was last seen in action (on the cricket pitch) for County side Nottinghamshire during the Specsavers Divison One County Championship.

Broad will pull on the Three Lions jersey when touring Pakistan take on England for two tests starting at the end of the month.

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The first Test takes place at Trent Bridge on May 24while the second will be played in Leeds from June 1 onwards.