Joe Root’s “ridiculous” reverse of Neil Wagner’s scoop ignites Twitter.

Joe Root’s “ridiculous” reverse of Neil Wagner scoop ignites Twitter. With England chasing 296 to complete a series sweep. Joe Root stunned Twitter with an incredible reverse-scoop off pacer Neil Wagner.

With each passing day, England’s revitalized approach to Test cricket under Ben Stokes and Brendon McCullum continues to awe viewers with their exciting brand of cricket. While players like Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow have wowed fans with their aggressive batting. Joe Root, a more traditional Test batter, is also getting in on the act. Root stunned Twitter with an outrageous reverse-scoop off pacer Neil Wagner on Day 4 of the ongoing third Test against New Zealand at Headingley in Leeds, also with England chasing 296 to complete a series sweep.

Running in from over the wicket, left-handed Wagner bowled one full and across Root, and also England’s star batter was quick to change stance and scoop the ball over the third man boundary.

Moreover, The England Cricket Board simply stated on Twitter after sharing the video: “Root, Joe You are absolutely ridiculous.”

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Watch: The daring shot by Joe Root off Neil Wagner

Joe Root. You are ridiculous.

Scorecard/clips: https://t.co/AIVHwaRwQv

#ENGvNZpic.twitter.com/0YIhsZ5T04
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) June 26, 2022

The shot sparked a Twitter frenzy, with fans praising England’s “ridiculous” approach in the game’s longest format.

BazBall = ridiculous test cricket

pic.twitter.com/dBoEjdbZtQ— Alexandra Hartley (@AlexHartley93) June 26, 2022

England 96/2 chasing 296 to win and Joe Root is reverse sweeping seamers for 6 Incredible positivity and confidence that McCullum has instilled in this team
— Ryan Burl (@ryanburl3) June 26, 2022

Joe Root finished the day unbeaten on 55, while Ollie Pope was batting on 81. On Day 4, England were 183/2 at Stumps, needing another 113 runs to win the match and complete a 3-0 whitewash over New Zealand.

However, Daryl Mitchell’s third century in as many matches this series helped New Zealand score 329 in their first innings.

Jonny Bairstow’s 157-ball 162 and Jamie Overton’s 97-run knock on debut, however, helped England score 360 and take a 31-run first-innings lead.

After that, half-centuries from Tom Blundell, Tom Latham, and Daryl Mitchell helped New Zealand set England a target of 296 runs.

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