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Joe Root quietens critics with unbeaten century as England battle back against New Zealand

Independent Sunday, 1 December 2019
His 17th Test hundred, allied to Rory Burns's 101, carried England to 269 for five – still trailing New Zealand by 106 before the players were brought off with 16.2 overs still left in the day because of rain
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