England's James Anderson proud of ODI record

James Anderson describes becoming England's leading wicket-taker in one-day internationals as a "special moment" after he took his 235th victim in the win over Australia in the Champions Trophy.

Anderson, level with his "hero" Darren Gough on 234 before the game, took the wicket of Mitchell Marsh to move past the former Yorkshire seamer's old record.

Despite the record, Anderson says he still has room to "improve" as a bowler and all-round cricketer.