Sunday, 6 May 2018

England U19 captain Harry Brooks surpassed the game's great performance after registering his first championship century

Harry Brooks led England during the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup 2018 and scored 239 runs at an average of 119.50 with a century and two half-centuries.

However, he has made a difficult start to his first-class career; Right-handed players moved ahead of last year's county championships Essex at 11th position in Yorkshire's game with a highest score of just 38 runs ahead of an average of 17.3.

His poor form continued when he was dismissed for three ball ducks, the first wicket to fall as Yorkshire was only 50 runs in 18.4 overs. But with a low total with Essex, was out for 142 runs, Brook had returned to the crease at the end of the first day, this time it was coming at number 3 because Yorkshire promoted England wicketkeeper Johnny Bairstow to his place. Was there. .

By the time the stump had been prepared, Brook was not out on 57 runs in the first innings of his side. He scored 86 runs with Cheteshwar Pujara and 86 Root by scoring 124 runs the next day, and Yorkshire helped set the goal of 238. With Essex sliding at 94/4 by the end of the second day, he could set it on his way to incredible win.

His in-charge was more effective for considering the ability of the attack, and the number of batsmen with international experience in this game, none of which was understandable.

Despite this, Brooke was not satisfied. He later said, "I have worked hard lately and it is really nice to score some runs in team cricket first." "This is my first score over 50, so I am very happy, although I wish I would get something else. I was playing a shocking shot."

Essex South African left-arm spinner Simon Harmer and Australian Seamer Peter Siddle can also meet two former Test cricketers in the 2017 Wisden Cricketer of the Year, Jamie Porter, who believe that they will earn Test call-ups in the near future. .

Both teams had four batsmen in the top 20 of the ICC Test Rankings - Alastair Cook, Pujara, Route and Bairstow - while international experience in the likes of Tom Westley, James Foster, Ravi Bopara, Adam Lath and Gary Balance.

Yet it was Brook, who was the only member of Yorkshire's top six, who was not played for his country, who stood. Any other batsman has scored more than 50 runs in the match, and there was a more personal score than the figures made by Bruce's current and former England captain Root and Cook.

Brooke said, "This was the one who was batting well with the root." I learned a lot and we scored a few runs. When I got a hundred, he said, 'OK. Let's go. ' Hundreds are good but only hundreds are not enough. "

Yorkshire are now favorites to win, with just 141 runs to win with Essex, only six wickets need to be won. Despite this, Brooke was struggling to come up with the fact that the match went ahead on such a break-neck speed. He said, "This is a strange game I have ever played - 20 wickets in two seasons is ridiculous, unheard of." "It has been a strange so far. I am hoping for the result."

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