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Joe Root makes history as third-most Test run scorer in Calendar-year

Joe Root Ends With Third-most Calendar-year Test Runs in History

CRICDOT DESK : England humiliatedly lost ashes on Tuesday, but it was an incredible 12 months for Joe Root. Skipper finished the calendar year with the third most test run in history.

After being discharged 28 times on the third day of the third test in Melbourne, Pakistan’s Mohammad Yusuf (1,788 in 2006) and West Indies legend Viv Richards (1,710 Customs) are just around the corner. Behind the scenes, he left an average of 61.00 runs a year. ). 1976).

After England was beaten again by Australia, the captain Joe Root has more questions, but the route was in great shape with a racket in 2021.

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He passed players such as Sunil Gavaskar and Sachin Tendulkar, achieved 1,600 runs in his second test in Adelaide and defeated South Africa’s Graham Smith in Melbourne (in 2008). 1,656). But the route had far more innings to put together his total-29-19 from Yousuf and Richards.

And a Yorkshire man, 30, is looking for the first hundred ashes in Australia. Joe Root still has two tests.

“I think I probably wanted it too bad, I was too desperate and it probably had a negative effect on the way I played. I was putting too much pressure on myself,” he said. Said to succeed before his will tour Australia his
The number shows how much England was dependent on the route this year.

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