Former England captain Joe Root is the number one test batsman. In the Test series against New Zealand (NZ), Root (Joe Root) played 2 consecutive centuries in 2 matches. After which he rose to the top of the ICC rankings, before Australian legend Marnus Labuschagne was the number 1 batsman in Test cricket. Meanwhile, Joe Root made such a tweet that cricket fans began to speculate about the former England captain’s retirement.

In fact, Joe Root made a post on Twitter. In this post, he is seen standing with a bat on the wall bracket. In this photo, there is writing on the wall: ‘I don’t like cricket, I love it. (I don’t like cricket, I love it.) Following this tweet from Joe Root, speculation about his retirement among cricket fans intensified. However, Joe Root made this post just in jest.

It is worth noting that the England team is playing a 3 test series against New Zealand (NZ). Currently, the hosts England lead 2-0 in this series. The last Test of the series between England and New Zealand will be played from June 23. The England team have announced their playing XI for the third Test. In the final game, veteran fast pitcher James Anderson will not be part of the team. Actually, James Anderson has been out of the third Test due to injury.


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