ENG vs NZ Joe Root posted on Twitter i dont like cricket fans confused


Former England captain Joe Root has recently become the world’s number one Test batsman. He has secured the number one position in the ongoing Test series against New Zealand after scoring two centuries in two consecutive matches. Root has overtaken Australian legend Marnus Labuschagne to take the number one chair. England now have to play the third and final Test match against New Zealand. Before this match, a latest post by Root has created panic on social media. Fans are now speculating with this post of Root.

England’s playing XI announced for third test match against New Zealand, James Anderson out

Root, who became 10 Hazari in the Test, posted a photo on Twitter on Wednesday, in which he is seen standing with the bat supported by the wall. In this photo, it is written on the wall, ‘I don’t like cricket, I love it.’ (I don’t like cricket, I love it). Once this post of Root, the fans started thinking that Root was disillusioned with cricket and he was going to walk away from it. Although Root has made such a post only jokingly.

Meanwhile, the playing XI of the hosts England team has been announced for the last match of the three-match Test series between England and New Zealand at Headingley in Leeds, starting June 23. There is no experienced fast bowler James Anderson in this team as he has been injured. James Anderson will not be a part of the last match of the series due to ankle injury. A new player has got a chance in his place.

England’s playing XI

Alex Lees, Jack Crowley, Ollie Pope, Joe Root, Jonny Bairstow, Ben Stokes (c), Ben Fox (wk), Matty Potts, Jack Leach, Stuart Broad, Jamie Overton

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