Sir Alastair Cook Scores Century In Both Innings | Essex v Yorkshire | LV= County Championship 2022

England & Wales Cricket Board published this video item, entitled “Sir Alastair Cook Scores Century In Both Innings | Essex v Yorkshire | LV= County Championship 2022” – below is their description.

Watch match highlights from Round 5 of the 2022 LV= County Championship, as Yorkshire visited Essex in Division One.

Sir Alastair Cook scored 107 and 102 not out, whilst Harry Brook, Dawid Malan and Joe Root were also in the runs, as the match ended in a draw.

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