In the 19th match of ICC World Cup-2011, England beat West Indies by 8 wickets, Root, who is the hero of this victory, said that winning the toss of his team was important. England captain Oen Morgan won the toss and chose the first ball and prevent the West Indies’s aggressive batting attack to 212 runs in 44.4 overs. England achieved the target with help of Root’s an unbeaten 100 by losing two wickets in 33.1 overs.
Joe Root Which Took Two Wickets In Addition Before Unbeaten Half-Century In The Match
Joe Root, who scored a century in this match, also took two wickets. That’s why he was selected as Player of the Match. After taking the trophy, Root said, “It was good to win a toss for us. Taking advantage of the opportunity and using the situations, we did well. With me, the rest of the batsmen tried to make a partnership and were successful too. ”
Root Came To The Opening After The Injury To The Jason Roy
Root came to the opening with Johnny Bairstow in this match because the regular opener Jason Roy was injured during fielding. On the experience of the opening, Root said, ‘It is good to spend more time on the field. I tried to hit in the gap I did not find much difference in the opening batting and 3-4 position. Chris Woakes batted with me that was good. ‘
After The Match With Pakistan, Joe Root Has Set His Second Century In The ICC CWC 2019
Joe Root, who has broken the partnership with his bowling and achieved two success. Root said on the bowling, ‘I was just trying to do some things. When you do not have the qualifications that others have, then you try to do something different. This is the second century in this World Cup. Before that, he has played 107 runs inning against Pakistan.
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