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Which record has Joe Root broken of Sachin Tendulkar & Sunil Gavaskar?

 England captain Joe Root proceeds with his heavenly structure in the Ashes series. The English captain, who shook Test cricket consistently, made a solid record in the second innings of the Adelaide Test. He outperformed previous Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar and Sachin Tendulkar in the rundown of most runs scored in Test cricket in a schedule year. He is presently behind just the previous Pakistani batsman as far as scoring the most runs in a season.

On the third day of the second match of the series being played in Adelaide on Saturday, Root scored a half-century by batting splendidly in the primary meeting. During this, he left behind Sachin and Gavaskar as far as scoring the most Test runs in a season. Indian legend Gavaskar had scored a sum of 1555 runs in 1979, which was broken by Sachin in 2010 by scoring 1562 runs.

Prior to arriving in the subsequent Test match, Root had a sum of 1544 runs in his record this year. He previously broke Sunil Gavaskar's record with the twelfth run in the principal innings and after ward abandoned Sachin by scoring the nineteenth run. The record for the most runs in a season is for the sake of previous Pakistan captain Mohammad Yousuf, who scored 1788 runs in the year 2006. The record of 1710 runs made in 1976 by previous West Indies legend Viv Richards was broken by the Pakistani legend.

Root began this season with a twofold century. Till now he has scored in excess of 1600 runs in the wake of playing 11 test matches. The batsman, who scored six centuries and three half-hundreds of years, has up until this point scored an aggregate of 2 twofold hundreds of years in this season.


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