Joe Root scores 1600 Test runs, joins elite club: Australia vs England

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Joe Root, who is the captain of the England team, has become the fourth player to score 1600 Test matches in just one calendar year in the Ashes match series with Australia, who has scored more than 1600 Test runs in his one calendar year. have created.

England cricket team captain Joe Root is seen in very good form this time in 2021. When Joe Root was in Australia’s ground with the Australian cricket team to play the Ashes match, by that time he had scored 1455 test runs, and the score of 1455 runs he had scored by playing 12 test matches so far, in which he Had six centuries. And Joe Root had scored 1455 runs at an average of 66.13 runs.

But 30-year-old Joe Root never got a good ending on Australian soil. During the first test match in Brisbane, Joe Root scored 89 runs for Maiden’s century, and he was very close to a century. And in the second test match held in Adelaide, during the day-night match, from Cameron Green to Steve Smith all got out for less than 62 runs.

Despite all these ruckuses, Joe Root has written a new history, and he has become the fourth player to have scored 1600 Test runs in a calendar year of 1 year.

Before Joe Root of England, Mohammad Yusuf of the Pakistan cricket team, who scored 1788 runs in a calendar year of 1 year, and made it in 2006. And later Viv Richards of West Indies also scored 1710 runs in a calendar year in 1976.

And the third player is Graeme Smith, who has also been the captain of the South Africa cricket team. And he has scored 1656 runs in the year 2008 and he has scored this in one calendar year.

Joe Root is currently present on the score of 1606 runs, and to play this match, he has played his last match at the Adelaide ground. After this, too many matches are going to come. His third Test match will be played in Melbourne, which is to be held in the same year.

By scoring 1606 runs, Joe Root has become the fourth player in the world to have scored more than 1600 runs in a calendar year.

Yorkshireman Joe Root, when leaving for Australia, was right to guess that he was very depressed, as he had to achieve success for his country, as he was ready to come to Australia. They were barely able to juggle 570 marks at that time. In which he had also scored a century, and needed about 38 runs, his last tour has ended.

Giving some information to Joe Root, he said that I feel like maybe I was wanting it too much, and the way I was playing, maybe there is a negative impact on it. I put too much pressure on myself. This information was given by Joe Root.