Anderson picked seven for 19 for Lancashire against Kent in a County Championship match
Anderson was also felicitated before the start of the Test, with the crowd at Edgbaston up its feet to applaud England's most-capped player.
Pathan, who was revered for a his ball swining abiliities during his playing days, stressed that pace is no longer a fear factor for batsmen, and moving the ball in the air will always come handy.
Screenshots of those tweets have now gone viral in the wake of ECB's decision to ban Ollie Robinson for his decade old controversial post on social media
Robinson, who made an impressive Test debut with a match-haul of 7 wickets against New Zealand at Lord's, has been suspended by the country's apex cricket body for some of his offensive tweets dating back to 2012-13.
In an attempt to play it late, Williamson ended up getting an inside edge as the ball went on to ruffle the woodwork.
The 38-year-old pacer made his 161st Test appearance for England as they took on New Zealand in the first match of the two-Test rubber.
England pace bowler James Anderson is on cusp of surpassing Anil Kumble's Test tally of 619 wickets and equal Alastair Cook's record of most Test matches for England.
English seamer James Anderson says players might be rotated more in the marquee five-match series against India later this summer since the games will be taking place in quick succession.
The paceman, who is the highest Test wicket-taker among fast bowlers with 614 scalps, will turn 39 in July.
Rishabh Pant played an incredible reverse-sweep against James Anderson, shortly after England took the new ball during the second day of the fourth Test in Ahmedabad.
Pant looked in sublime touch on the Motera strip as he hit 13 fours and 2 sixes against England.
Anderson dismissed Rahane for the sixth time in the longest format just before lunch of the second day.
Anderson bowled the first two deliveries going away from Gill before trapping the youngster with an incoming one.
England have conceded a 1-2 lead in the four-match series and is out contention for a place in the World Test Championship final.
James Anderson and Stuart Broad went wicketless during the pink-ball Test in Ahmedabad against India.
The 158 Test veteran feels reverse swing might not come into play from Wednesday when the teams face off each other in pink-ball Test in Ahmedabad.
Former players, especially Kevin Pietersen, have criticised ECB's thought process, saying they must play their best players in a big series like this against India.
England have made as many as four changes to their squad for the second Test against India which begins Saturday here at the MA Chidambaram Stadium. While Jofra Archer is out injured and Jos Buttler has left for England as part of England's rotation policy, the visitors have left out veteran pacer James Anderson and off-spinner Dom Bess.
Joe Root also confirmed that Foakes will keep wickets even after Jonny Bairstow returns to the squad after the second Test.