Joe root make 10000 runs in test cricket youngest player sachin tendulkar eng vs nz | Eng vs NZ: Joe Root left behind Sachin Tendulkar, made this big record against New Zealand


Joe Root ENG vs NZ: England batsman Joe Root is famous for his explosive batting. On the basis of Joe Root’s innings, England defeated New Zealand by five wickets. Root played a brilliant innings in this match. He has left behind the great Sachin Tendulkar only because of this innings.

Root made this record

In the first test match at Lord’s, Joe Root scored 115 runs in 170 balls against New Zealand. With this innings, Root has completed 10000 runs in Test cricket. He became the 14th player to do so. Root has become the youngest cricketer to touch the ten thousand mark. At the same time, he is the second player to do so for England. Before him, Alastair Cook has scored ten thousand runs in Test cricket.

Leaving Sachin Tendulkar behind

Joe Root completed 10,000 test runs at the age of 31 years 157 days. With this, he reached the same level as compatriot Alastair Cook. He left behind legends like Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting and Jacques Kallis. The special thing is that Alister Cook has also made this record at the age of 31 years 157 days.

These players have scored 10000 runs before Root

Joe Root became the joint youngest player to reach the 10,000 Test run mark. Other batsmen to reach this milestone include Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting, Jacques Kallis, Rahul Dravid, Kumar Sangakkara, Brian Lara, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Mahela Jayawardene, Allan Border, Steve Waugh, Sunil Gavaskar, Alastair Cook and Younis Khan.

Cook gave this statement

Alastair Cook said on the BBC Test Match Special, ‘I was very happy that Root achieved the 10,000-run mark with a brilliant century. He is England’s most complete batsman in all formats and is also the youngest. When Root broke into the 10,000-run club with a brilliant unbeaten under pressure, especially when England were 69/4 chasing 277, I was glad that Root fulfilled that responsibility. ‘



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