ENG vs NZ Michael Vaughan Makes Big Claim Joe Root Could Surpass Sachin Tendulkar Record

England’s star batsman Joe Root scored the 26th Test century of his career in the fourth innings of the first Test against New Zealand at Lord’s. With this century, he became the joint youngest batsman to score 10000 runs in Test cricket. Former England batsman Michael Vaughan has made a big statement about his career after Joe Root completed ten thousand in Test cricket.

Vaughan said that Joe Root has every chance to break the record of the great Sachin Tendulkar for most runs in Test cricket. Vaughan clearly said that Root is England’s best Test batsman. Root has become the 14th player in the world and the second England player to score 10,000 runs in Test cricket. before they

Former England captain Alastair Cook has also achieved this feat with 12472 runs in 161 Tests.
Vaughan wrote for the Telegraph: “Joe Route is the best England has ever had. Must watch Sachin Tendulkar now. For me, Joe Root stands with Graham Gooch as one of England’s greatest batsmen and the way he is going can break Sachin Tendulkar’s record for most Test runs.

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He further wrote, “He is still 6000 less than Sachin Tendulkar’s total Test runs (15921) but he is only 31 now and if James Anderson can play till the age of 40, I think Joe Root Can do it too. He loves to bat.

ENG vs NZ: Alastair Cook praised Joe Root, said – he will go miles ahead of my record

Former England captain Joe Root has scored 10015 runs in 118 Tests at an average of 49.57. During this, he has scored 26 centuries and 53 half-centuries. His personal score is 254. For the last two years, Root has scored a lot of runs with the bat. Root has scored 2,416 runs in 26 matches at an average of 53.68. He has scored nine centuries and five half-centuries during this period with a best of 228.

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