England captain Joe Root is often compared to Indian captain Virat Kohli. All the stalwarts also have their opinion about these players called run machines. In this sequence, England captain Michael Vaughan has claimed that he is a better batsman than Root Virat Kohli against spin bowlers.
He tweeted, ‘Joe Root has an average of 70.7 against spin in the test, while Kohli has 69. If we talk about off spin, the average of the root increases to 71.2. On the other hand, Kohli’s average is reduced to 53.1. Hence Joe is a better batsman than Virat Kohli against root spin
It is noteworthy that Joe Root has created history by scoring 218 runs in the 100th Test of his career against India. He also made his career debut in 2012 against India.
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He is cast in the Fab Four alongside Virat Kohli, Kane Williamson and Steve Smith. With three consecutive centuries in the last 3 innings, including two double centuries, he has strengthened his claim in the Fab-Four.