Joe Root reveals the secret behind England’s recent overseas success on auditions


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Joe Root attributed England’s six-game winning streak in foreign tests to building great partnerships and taking 20 wickets consistently. England put on a completely professional bid to hand India a defeat of 227 in the first four-match series Test in Chennai Speaking in the second Test Toss, Joe Root analyzed England’s impressive overseas trajectory in recent times. “We have had very big partnerships with bats. We did big rounds in the first rounds. We were smart to take 20 wickets in different circumstances. That will be the challenge again. Obviously, we came from Sri Lanka, having lost the lot twice there,” he said. We found ways to win matches. ”The 30-year-old expressed confidence that England would maintain their winning momentum. However, he was quick to admit that doing well in India is an entirely different challenge. We have proven ourselves that we can. We are full of confidence after last week. We will have a hard time again and we know the hard work starts now. India won the lot and decided to take a first hit in the test. Second in Chepauk. “It’s a chance for us to get into the game early” – Joe Root in bowling first and England captain Joe Root said visitors would have hit first had they won the lot. However, he preferred to look at the positives, adding, “It’s a chance for us to get into the game early, try to take some points early, and try to beat things up. We got a very exciting attack. It’s fresh, ready to go and full of energy. So, hopefully, it will We could have some successes this morning. ”England made four changes to their 11th game from their first Test, bringing in Stuart Broad, Ben Fox, Moen Ali and Ole Stone. When asked about the much-discussed decision to comfort James Anderson, Joe Root explained: “As we mentioned with Jimmy, we’re looking to get as much cricket out of him as possible. Comfort gives him the best chance to prepare for the next two tests. Upon reaching that surface, we were trying to find Attack which we think is the best balance for trying 20 wickets. I feel we’re definitely in a position to do that with these guys. ” England got off to a great start with the ball, with Ole Stone Shopman throwing out Jill for a duck. But Rohit Sharma hurried half a century to lift India into the second test. Posted on February 13, 2021, 11:18 IST.


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