Root resigns as England cricket captain after 5 years

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Joe Root will step down as England’s test cricket captain. Root’s decision came after a 0-1 loss to the West Indies last month and a 4-0 loss to the Ashes to Australia in the winter. “It was the most challenging decision I’ve had to make in my career,” says Root. The 31-year-old striker holds the record for most wins as England’s test captain. His 27 wins put him one ahead of Michael Vaughan and three over Alastair Cook and Andrew Strauss. Root resigns as England cricket captain after 5 years

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