England captain and star batsman Joe Root’s great form continues. He scored a century while batting brilliantly in the first Test match against India in Chennai. This is the 100th Test of Root’s career and he made it memorable by scoring a century. Joe Root completed his century by taking a single off the final ball of the 78th over of the innings. This is the 20th century of his Test career. He has also scored 49 half-centuries. Joe Root scored a big record with a century. He has become the first cricketer in the world to score centuries in the 98th, 99th and 100th Tests of his career. Joe Root had earlier scored centuries in his 98th and 99th Test matches played in Sri Lanka.
He scored 228 runs in the first Test against Sri Lanka, and in the second Test match, he scored a century. Root continued this form and gave a century in the first Test of the series as soon as he arrived in India. Apart from this, Root, who scored a century in the 100th Test, is the third player from England, while overall is the 9th player. Before the route, England’s Colin Cowdrey and Alec Stewart did this feat. Talking of others, Gordon Greenies of the West Indies, Javed Miandad and Inzamam-ul-Haq of Pakistan and Graeme Smith and Hashim Amla of South Africa did the same, while Ricky Ponting of Australia scored a century in both innings.
Let us know that in the Chennai Test, England won the toss and decided to bat first. His initial two wickets fell at a score of 63 runs. Rory Burns (33) was caught by Ravichandran Ashwin at the hands of Rishabh Pant behind the wicket, after which Daniel Lorins (0) was not allowed to open the account by Jaspreet Bumrah. After this, Root along with Sibli advanced the innings and brought England’s score to 200.