Joe Root named as ICC Men’s Test Cricketer of the Year
CRICDOT DESK : Stunning consistency, a thirst for big runs, and numerous captivating performances-ICC Men’s Test Cricket of the Year Award winners had a year to remember. Here we look at his achievements and celebrate some of his outstanding in 2021.
ICC Men’s Test Cricket of the Year: Joe Root in 2021 Test Cricket The range of Joe Root’s lofty forms in 2021 can be summarized in To. To summarize with simple statistics, he is the third player in history to record more than 1700 runs on test cricket in a calendar year. Only Mohammad Yusuf and Sir Vivian Richards are in front of him.
ICC Men’s Test Cricket of the Year: Joe Root was named the 2021 Test Cricket of the Year after most runs in calendar year .
Strikes against Sri Lanka at the goal and strikes against India at both Chennai and Road are one of the best testimonies of our time and will be cherished for many years to come. He pushed the ball into a handy 14 wickets, including Ahmedabad’s Five Four, rather than a shabby ball.
Route 218 in the first test of the four-game series with India in Chennai was the batting master class. He defeated a high quality bowling attack very easily, both at pace and in spin. In doing so, he continued his form from the series in Sri Lanka, where he made a sensational touch again.
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ICC Men’s Test Cricket of the Year: Joe Root Test Cricket in 2021 Indian Bowling, who fought in 377 deliveries, was unable to answer Root’s conundrum as it brought visitors a 227-run victory. This was a good omen for the rest of the year as the British skippers continued to play at the highest levels regardless of competition.