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Joe Root buries Ashes agony, seeks redemption vs New Zealand

Mid-Day Thursday, 21 November 2019 ()
*Mount Maunganui:* England captain Joe Root has declared himself free of any Ashes hangover as he looked to revive his fortunes and those of his team in the two-Test series in New Zealand starting on Thursday. Root said he had been working on his batting shortcomings and denied the Test captaincy weighed on his performance in the...
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