In 2021, England Has Made Records In All Formats

by Hreet N. Business
The Three Lions began their year by gaining the Test series in Sri Lanka 2-0, as team captain Joe Root began scoring strongly in early 2021. He hit two 100s in England's rout of the Lankan Lions. The British team, on the other hand, went on to lose all three formats of the series against India in India, as well as the Test series against the Kiwis in England. The team got back on track by sweeping the white-ball series against Pakistan and Sri Lanka at home.

•    Liam Livingstone set England's fastest fifty and quickest hundred.
Liam Livingstone set the quickest half-century and quickest century for England in July, scoring 50 in 17 balls as well as 100 in 42 balls against Pakistan. Dawid Malan originally owned the record for the quickest tonne, which he scored in 48 balls against New Zealand in 2019. With 86 sixes in T20 games this year, Livingstone is second only to Glenn Phillips in terms of maximums strike. Livingstone, a fantastic hard-hitter of the cricket ball, has quickly established himself as a regular attendee of England's T20I squad and also created a great England t20 records.

•    Joe Root has become the England skipper with the most Test victories.
Joe Root has become the most productive England team leader with the most Test wins (27) after England defeated India in the third Test at Leeds in August. He broke Michael Vaughan's record of 26 victories. Root has captained the Three Lions in 57 Tests, having won 27, having lost 22, and drawing eight. At home, the Yorkshireman is just 3 wins away from tying Andrew Strauss's record of 19 successes, as Root now has 17 successes to his title.

•    Jos Buttler has scored the most sprints for England in a T20i.
The daring England wicket-keeper batter Jos Buttler accumulated 269 runs with an exceptional overall mean of 89.66 in the T20 World Cup organized in the UAE, making him the maximum run-scorer for the British side in a T20 Cup Final version. He broke the world record set by Test skipper Joe Root, who scored 249 runs in the prior T20 tournament in India in 2016. Buttler even hit a century against Sri Lanka in Sharjah, making him the only batter in the huge event to do so. Jos Buttler (2140) is among the most highly prized players in white-ball cricket on the planet right now, trailing only his captain Eoin Morgan (2428).

•    Joe Root surpasses Ian Bell as the England batter with some of the most Test runs in a calendar year.
Without a doubt, 2021 will be Joe Root's year in Tests. With his half-century during the first Ashes Test at the Gabba, the baby-faced England captain has become the England player with the most Test runs in a calendar year. He surpassed Michael Vaughan's total of 1481 sprints, which he set in 2002. The root will struggle to capture the 1700-run mark in the two remaining Ashes Tests well before the end of 2021.

•    This year, Joe Root is far ahead of the competition in Tests.
1544 runs, six centuries, two dual tonnes, 64.33 mean, 228 best scores, and tallying Joe Root has created his own 2021 by scoring runs and runs and runs. In Tests this year, England's skipper is far ahead of any other batter. No batsman has even reached 1000 runs, with India's Rohit Sharma coming in second place with 906 runs. Joe Root would still like to proceed scoring points and finish the year with a high note, while also assisting his team in bouncing back in the continuing Ashes series, where they are already 1-0 down.

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