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Joe Root Net Worth | Net Worth of Joe Root

Joe Root Net Worth:- The net worth of an English cricketer who is currently the Test captain of their national team is approximately 3 million dollars and he is also the highest-paid cricketer of England.

Joe Root Net worth

Joseph Edward Root is an English international cricketer who is the captain of the test cricket team of England. He plays for domestic team Yorkshire in England. He was also the part of World Cup-winning team which won the 2019 world cup trophy and was also the leading run-scorer for the team. He made his international debut in the 2012 Test series in India and also made his ODI and T20 debut in the series against India who also won the 2011 world cup. In the Fab Four, he was also named by Martin Crowe along with Virat Kohli, Kane Williamson, and Steve Smith.

Joe Root full name:- Joseph Edward Root

Joe Root birthday:- 30 December 1990

Joe Root Marital status:- Married to Carrie Cottrell

Joe Root Instagram:- Instagram

Joe Root net worth:- 3 million dollars

Joe Root age:- 30 years

Joe Root height:- 183 cm

Joe Root batting:- Right-handed

Joe Root Bowling:- Right-arm off-break and leg break

Joe Root’s Test debut:- 13 December 2012 vs India

Joe Root’s ODI debut:- 10 June 2021 vs New Zealand

Joe Root’s T20 debut:- 22 December 2012

Joe Root’s shirt number:- 66

Joe Root’s domestic team:- Yorkshire

Joe Root’s Early Life And Education

Joe Root was born to the parents Helen and Matt Root. He studied and completed his primary education at King Ecgbert School in Sheffield. He started playing cricket at nearly a very young age. At the age of 15, he got a sports scholarship and started his college in Worksop College on a weekly boarder. He got inspired by his own father and followed in his footsteps. Later Michael Vaughn former English captain and cricketer inspired him in a prestigious Bunbury festival where he won the player of the tournament.

Joe Root’s Captaincy

he was made captain after Alaister Cook’s retirement making him the 80th captain to lead the team. He was also the sixth and highest scorer to score a century on his debut. As of 6 March 2021 Root has scored 46 centuries.

Joe Root’s Award

  • ICC Test Team of the Year in 2014,2015,2016.
  • Wisden Cricketer of the Year 2014
  • England Test Cricketer o the Year 2015
  • ODI ODI team of the Year 2015 and 2018
  • England limited over Cricketer of  the Year 2015
  • ICC Player of the Month ( nominated ) 2021

Joe Root’s Under 19 And Domestic Career

Joe made his domestic debut on 18 July 2007 against Derbyshire at Abbeydale Park and scored a half-century making 57 runs and making a partnership of 133 with Adam Lyth where at the end of the tournament he was awarded Player of the Tournament playing with Yorkshire side academy in Abu Dhabi. After the successful series win against Derbyshire at Abbeydale Park, he got another chance to play in Yorkshire’s final Pro40 match against Essex where he scored a knock of 63 and was the top scorer in Yorkshire’s that inning of 187-7. But unfortunately, the match Yorkshire lost although it was a dream come true for Joe Root. After the continuous three men of the series, he was signed by the under 19 teams in Bangladesh where he scored a beaten knock of 70 to register a win against Hong Kong where the team got eliminated by the West Indies and also three years of a professional agreement with Yorkshire professional Cricket Team after the under 19 team selection. He also went to Darren Lehman Academy in Adelaide, South Australia to gain more perfection in the game. He also captained the Yorkshire team in the County Championship in which his team won the championship.

Joe Root’s International Career

Joe Root debuted against the Indian cricket team in the 2012 Test series he was allowed to play in the fourth match of the series in which he played at number 6 which is not his usual position to play which is an opener in which he scored 73 off 229 and became the 655th player to represent England at Test cricket after receiving his cap from the former all-rounder legend Paul Collingwood the then coach of the team. Although he didn’t bat too much but got successful in impressing the selectors and coaches because of his small but affected innings both with bat and ball in the series against India in 2012. So because of his good performance in India, he was also selected for the series against New Zealand although there also he was not needed to bat as the openers finished the game easily and he made his maiden ODI fifty in the fourth match of the series but unfortunately, England lost the match but eventually won the series so overall it was good for Root’s career. In 2013 he also became the first batsman to score six consecutive scores of thirty plus. He captained the England Lions versus New Zealand in a warm-up match in which he scored 179 runs. After these performances, he got selected in the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy and the same year got selected in the 2013 Ashes series against Australia as an opening batsman with the then captain Alister Cook and never looked back since then. In the 2019 Icc world cup, he started the tournament with a century against West Indies and Pakistan and also scored six half-centuries. In June 2019 he also played his 250th match for England against Sri Lanka. He was also named in ” Team of the Tournament” for the 2019 World Cup by the ICC.

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