The Indian cricket team will tour England next month. Team India have to compete in the final of the World Test Championship against New Zealand first on this tour. After this, Virat Kohli & Co. will play a 5-match Test series with hosts England.
Prior to this series, many England players are currently playing in county cricket. Captain Joe Root is playing for Yorkshire. Root scored 99 in the first innings against Glamorgan. He hit 6 fours off 199 balls during this period. He was bowled by paceman Dan Douthwaite and denied a century.
Root’s brilliant innings helped Yorkshire score 230 in the first innings against Glamorgan. Yorkshire got a good lead in the first innings. While the Yorkshire batsmen were losing their wickets one after the other, the root pegs were standing at the crease.
Root completes 1000 runs in first class cricket this year
Joe Root also completed his 1000 runs in first class cricket in the year 2021 during this period. He became the first batsman to do so. Australia batsman Marnus Labuschen is second on the list, having scored 853 runs in 10 matches so far this year.
Michael Naser wreaked havoc with the ball
Born in South Africa and playing for Australia, fast bowler Michael Naser sent 5 Yorkshire batsmen to the pavilion in the first innings. The 31-year-old Nesar took 5 wickets while bowling 5 overs in his 15-over bowling to take 5 wickets in his name.
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Glamorgan’s condition worsens
Glamorgan scored 149 runs in the first innings. In the second innings, Glamorgan’s team lost three wickets for 108 runs. He has taken a 27-run lead over Yorkshire so far. Opener David Lloyd 40 and Kiran Carlson are at the crease scoring 44 runs.