Joe Root Net Practice in Australia! | Captain Looking Sharp! | Men’s Ashes 2021

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Joe Root looking sharp in the nets in Australia 👊

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Joseph Edward Root MBE is an English international cricketer who is the current captain of England in Test cricket. He also represents Yorkshire in domestic cricket. Root was part of the England squad that won the 2019 Cricket World Cup and was England’s leading run-scorer in the tournament.

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