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- India-England Test Series – England captain Joe Root gave a statement on his team
- Test captain Joe Root told why England’s Test team seems to be deviating from the rhythm
- Root also gave a befitting reply to the critics of the team, defended his players
England captain Joe Root (Joe Root) He believes that the current situation of the Kovid-19 pandemic has affected the team’s consistency but he defended the players who performed poorly ahead of the second Test against India, saying that no one can question their hard work. India had taken a 95-run lead after getting England out for 183 in the first innings. Root, however, scored a century in the second innings as the team scored 303 runs to give India a challenging target. However, the fifth day’s play was washed out due to rain and the match ended in a draw.
Following the poor performance of the batting unit, former England captain Geoffrey Boycott slammed the team, saying the batsman lacks patience and technique. “You can see that these players are practicing again and again,” Root told an online news conference. You cannot question the hard work of this team. I think everyone is putting everything in their practice and doing everything possible to improve themselves.
Root said, “Our rhythm has been affected due to Kovid-19, it is difficult to maintain consistency due to rotation of players regarding workload management.” Boycott had said that players who have become accustomed to ODI cricket are outside the off-stump. tampering with the ball.
Root said, “In Test cricket it’s very little difference and it’s about balance. Of course you have to believe in your own wicket-saving ability but it requires a strong technique. Along with this, you should also be able to put pressure on the opposing team when given a chance.
The captain said that changing ends can be the key to success for batsmen in such conditions, Root said ahead of the second Test starting at Lord’s on Thursday, That’s a really important thing, rotating the strike and going to the other end.
About Moeen Ali, who joined the Test team after a long time, he said, “I have always been a big fan of his. He is a brilliant cricketer in all formats. He has the ability to win matches with bat and ball. He has proved this in the past.
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