The Ashes: Joe Root settles old scores with Australia, selectively takes revenge on bowlers, hits wound with century


Joe Root scored a brilliant century against Australia.
In the last Ashes, Joe Root was out for zero in the first match.

New Delhi. The England team had to wait 2 years to heal the wound they got from Australia. But now with the start of The Ashes, this wait is over. Yes, this is the same wound due to which many members of the team, including Joe Root’s captaincy, had to lose their jobs. Now after a long wait, the English batsmen have started selectively settling scores with the Australian bowlers from day one itself. In which former team captain Joe Root is also included. Seeing Root’s batting, it seems as if he is taking out the pain of 2 years ago.

The coin fell in favor of England in the first Test of the Ashes series. Captain Ben Stokes did not delay in choosing batting after winning the toss. Then what, the reckoning started with Australia. The team’s opener Jack Crowley made England’s intentions clear by hitting a brilliant half-century. After some time, former captain Joe Root came, who had to face an unforgettable defeat from Australia 2 years ago as a captain. Joe Root’s century and Johnny Bairstow selectively thrashed Australia’s legendary bowlers. These were the same bowlers including Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Cameron Green who did not allow these two batsmen to last in the last Ashes.

Joe Root heals the wound by hitting a century

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Joe Root has settled the previous score with Australia by playing a brilliant century innings. Last time during the series, Joe returned to pavilion at root zero. But this time Root has expressed his style by starting with a century. Joe Root has set his feet like Angad and has taken England to a huge score of 393 runs on the first day. Johnny Bairstow executed a brilliant inning of 78 runs.

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