Joe Root Was Dismissed for a Second ball duck
One of the fabulous cricketers in world cricket, Joe Root, is currently going through a difficult time in the middle for England. Unfortunately, he hit the wrong side when it’s most important for England. They have already lost a game in the current Ashes series and are again on the wrong side in the third Test. In the middle of everything, he put an unwanted bag in his name.
Joe Root, who had been got out on the duck in the previous test, again get out on a second duck in the third Test of the Ashes series 2019 in the same way. Josh Hazlewood, who recently made Joe Root his rabbit, removed him from his enclosure.
After Australia’s dismissal for 179 on the first day of the second Test, England would have hoped that their superior order would put them in a decent position, but the first wickets meant they were continuing the match again. After Jason Roy opened the game for 9, Root followed suit and was sent back for a second-ball duck by Hazlewood.
In total, Josh Hazlewood took Joe Root’s wicket six times. It’s most often for a quilter to send Joe Root back many times. The Australian fast has the quality with him to annoy the drummer when he moves through the air. Fortunately, he got the help of Headingley, who is doing wonders for Australia.
Apart from that, he recorded another unwanted record. This is only the fourth time an English skipper has been looking for a duck in the Ashes Trophy. 42 years ago, Mike Brearley was fired for a golden duck in 1977.
For starters, Jofra Archer showed fantastic skill to allow England to group England for 174 points on the board. However, the Australians showed their class in the second set, having eliminated six English batsmen for only 54 points on the board at the end of the first session of the second day.