Ashes 2021-22: Disappointed with two losses in a row, Joe Root said: we have to learn fast

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Ashes 2021-22: we have to learn quickly, says Joe Root

England captain Joe Root said after the 275-run loss in the second Test from the Ashes that the team needs to learn faster and play better if they want to win the Ashes again. England have lost both ash events so far. For nine wickets at the Gabba and 275 at the Adelaide Oval. At the same time, he is preparing for the Boxing Day test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) starting on December 26.

The only batter in the previous game was Jos Buttler, who faced 207 balls and scored 26 runs on the fifth day and stayed in the area for more than four hours, but England still couldn’t save the game.

Root expressed his displeasure, saying: “We need to learn faster. The frustration within our locker room is that we don’t have some fundamental things right for the second game in a row and we have to fix that very quickly.” “

Root was quoted by ICCcricket.com on Tuesday: “The most disappointing thing for me is that we have thrown too many no-balls with too many missed opportunities.”

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After not winning a test in Australia since 2010/11, England now need to win three games in a row to get the Ashes. Throughout both trials thus far, most of the attention has been on England’s selection options, with bowling legends James Anderson and Stuart Broad ruled out of Gabba’s trial, but spinners Jack Leach and Mark Wood returned to the side in the Adelaide Oval.

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(With IANS inputs)

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