Initial Home Match Succeeding Covid-19 Begins With Centenary


England captain Joe Root forsaken the hosts with a remarkable century in the First Test in chennai. Fortunately this was also his Hundredth Test and hence the moment become remarkable.

Root worked Washington Sundar regarding fine leg and took the single to complete his acheivement. Which will see him in the company of Ricky Ponting and Colin Cowdrey.No matter what whether they are they are the hosts or the visitors captain always strikes back.

In the First Test against Srilanka he scored a double century at Galle. He scored 186 in the Second Test against Srilanka and whitewashed them and was awarded Man of the match and Man of the series.

He guided Dom Sibley who showed notable appreciation and a huge stamina during their 200 run partnership for the third wicket ahead of Jasprit Bumrah took him in the final over of the day.

Joe Root and Sibley knew that they had to drop out Ishant Sharma , Ravi Chandran Ashwin , Bumrah as kohli at some spike would have to recompense the price for Sundar and Nadeem’s inexperience.

Their awesome perfomances saw them complete their half centuries. Though , they avoid risky shots , they never missed the chance to score a boundary on loose balls.

The day ended with a wicket in the final over Bumrah took sibley in the final over.

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