Joe Root has finally decided to take off the Test captaincy of the England team after a long period of excitement in the world of cricket. Joe Root, who went straight to a record of embarrassment after a series of defeats in the Test format, finally came to a tough decision after much criticism.
In the last 17 Tests, the England cricket team under Joe Root has won just one. It also includes 11 major defeats. Joe Root announced the decision in recognition of the fact that the role of captain will be vacated during the crucial period ahead of the team. Joe Root’s decision was made in consultation with the England senior team selectors.
England lost the Test series to Australia, New Zealand and the West Indies. Joe Root was very upset after the defeat to the Windies team. That’s the decision I made. ”After the Caribbean tour, it was a good time for me to think. That’s why I am stepping down as captain of the England men’s team. This is the biggest decision I have ever made in my career.
Joe Root, meanwhile, said he would continue to be a part of the England squad as a player, adding that the decision had been widely discussed with family and all my friends. I’m very proud of this, “Root said. In 2017, Joe Root succeeded Alastair Cook as Test captain. Root led England in 64 Tests as captain, winning 27 and losing 26 Tests.