- England captain Joe Root scored a double century in the first Test against India, the hosts lost
- Now the second Test match of the series from February 13, which want solid strategy against Root
- Bengal cricketer Manoj Tiwari shares fielding plan against Joe Root
England captain Joe Root scored a double century in the first innings of the first Test of the series against India and played a key role in helping his team win. Indian bowlers could not perform much in the last Test. Now for the second Test match starting on February 13, Bengal cricketer Manoj Tiwari has shared a plan to dismiss Joe Root.
Manoj Tiwary (Manoj Tiwary), who has played 15 matches (12 ODIs and 3 T20s) so far in his international career, has shared a chart on social media, in which Root plans to get out and decorate fielding against him.
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Root Kamal, one of England’s most successful Test captains, is in form and he toured India after scoring over 400 runs in two Tests against Sri Lanka. In the first Test match, the Indian bowlers were sweated out to root out Root.
In the plan Tiwari shared, when Ravichandran Ashwin and Washington Sundar are bowling, then there are 7 players on the side and two fielders on the off side, on the pitch which helps the spinner. According to his plan, there is no need to place any fielder on the slip.
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Root scored 228 runs in the first innings of the first Test match played at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, on which the England team scored a mammoth 538 runs in the first innings. England won the match by 227 runs. Now the second Test match will be played at the same ground from 13 February.
Manoj Tiwari has played 12 ODIs and three T20 Internationals for India. In Oneje, he has scored a total of 287 with a century and a half-century and 15 runs in T20. He was last seen in Team India’s Blue Jersey in 2015.