New Delhi. India may have won the Lord’s Test, but there are still 3 matches left in the five-Test series and the Indian team is still facing a threat from England (India vs England Test Series). Talking about Joe Root, who scored a century against India in both the Test matches played at Nottingham and Lord’s. England captain Root has so far scored the highest 386 runs in 2 Test matches. Joe Root, who is scoring runs at an average of 128.66, is a big disaster for the Indian team and it is very important to break him in the Test match to be held in Leeds. By the way, former England spinner Monty Panesar has told India the trick to dismiss Joe Root.
Monty Panesar told that it is foolish to bowl short to the England captain because he plays the pull shot well. Monty Panesar told that he should bowl continuously on the line of the fifth stump. Panesar has times of India Said in a conversation with, ‘The way India dismissed Joe Root by putting the ball on the fifth stump in the second innings of the Lord’s Test, it was the right plan. Virat Kohli should plan again against Root. As soon as Joe Root comes to the crease, Bumrah should be put on the attack immediately.
Siraj – Bumrah can put pressure on the root
Monty Panesar believes that apart from Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammad Siraj can also put pressure on Joe Root. Monty Panesar said, ‘It is important to keep getting the ball free from Joe Root. He likes to play freely. If Bumrah and Siraj bowl them on the fifth stump in a row, then Root will have to change his plan and he can be out. This happened in the second innings of the Lord’s Test as well. Let us tell you that in the second innings of the Lord’s Test, Joe Root was dismissed for 33 runs and the England team was reduced to just 120 runs. England lost the second Test by 151 runs and Team India is now 1-0 ahead in the series.