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Shameful: Joe Root’s record made by England in the Ashes, which hardly any captain would like to break

The historic Ashes series became Australia’s name in a one-sided fashion. Three matches were still to be played in the five-match Test series, but the English team, which lost consecutive matches, was not worth showing off to anyone. Especially captain Joe Root himself will be very disappointed, as he has recorded such an embarrassing record which hardly any captain in the world would want to break.

Most losses in a calendar year
England has no match in the white ball format, but when this team plays in white clothes, it looks completely colorless. It is not us but his records are shouting loudly. Now England has become the team that has lost the most matches in a calendar year. She went to the joint first place with Bangladesh. Where Bangladesh had lost nine out of nine matches played in 2003, England lost nine out of 15 matches played this year.

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Vaughn Feeling Embarrassed
Former captains Michael Vaughan and Ian Botham are feeling embarrassed as England succumbed easily. Vaughan said he would not be surprised if the Joe Root-led side loses on their soil in 2023 as well. “It’s not an easy time,” he said. England’s preparation was not good, but if you want to make excuses, you can.

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Australia won by an innings and 14 runs
Australia registered an innings and 14-run win on the third day of the third Test in the first session by dismissing England for 68 in the second innings. Australia took a 3-0 lead in the series. This is the record for the fastest series win by any team in the history of the Ashes. Losing the Ashes in twelve days is a shame. The England team has lost its way.