England not `one-man attack`, says Flower

Sydney: Despite heavy reliance on James Anderson in the first Ashes Test, England coach Andy Flower has insisted that his team is not a one-man bowling attack.

Flower said that it definitely helped to have great bowlers in the side but a lot of other guys also stood up and performed in the first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge.

A report said that Anderson took half the wickets for England in the match, and was the only man who really troubled Australia on the tense final day.


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