Joe Root is listed in Test Cricket’s top 10 batsmen, Smith and Kohli are not in the line

Former England cricket team captain Joe Root joined a special club while batting in the Lord’s Test match against Australia. In the second Test match, Root returned to the pavilion after scoring just 10 runs in the England team’s first innings, but during this time he has now joined the top 10 most-running players in Test cricket history. Now, after England’s Alastair Cook, Joe Root has joined the second player in the top 10.

Joe Root has so far scored 11178 runs in 241 innings from 132 Test matches at an average of 50.57. During this, he has also seen 30 centuries and 58 half-century innings with his bat. Former Australia captain Allan Border was at number 10 before Root. Who scored 11174 runs in 156 matches at an average of 50.56 in Test format.

Former Indian player Sachin Tendulkar ranks first in terms of scoring the most runs in Test format, who has scored 15921 runs in 200 matches. The record for scoring the most runs in Test cricket for England is currently held by former captain Alastair Cook, who scored 12,472 runs in 161 matches. Cook ranks fifth in the top 10 players list.

Currently in Test cricket, in terms of scoring the most runs among active players, currently sitting in first place. Following this, the name of Steve Smith comes second on this list, who has so far scored 9079 runs in 99 Test matches. At the same time, Virat Kohli, the former captain of the Indian team, ranks third on this list. Kohli has 8479 runs in 109 matches in Test format.

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