Joe Root talks about the challenges of England Test match captaincy and has goosebumps at the thought of leading the side out at Headingley this summer against the West Indies.
Root, who became the 80th Test captain of England, arriving for his press conference at Headingley yesterday.
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englandcricket</a> Test captain <a href="https://twitter.com/root66">root66 arrives at Headingley.#YourYorkshire pic.twitter.com/WfpTKFjNIK
Root walks out on to the Headingley turf for the first time as England Test captain.
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englandcricket</a> Test captain.<a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/YourYorkshire?src=hash">#YourYorkshire</a> <a href="https://t.co/gBe6yvOFQO">pic.twitter.com/gBe6yvOFQO</a></p>— Yorkshire CCC (YorkshireCCC) February 15, 2017
Watch Root lead out Jonny Bairstow and co over the Bank Holiday Weekend as England take on the West Indies in the Second Investec Test Match at Headingley from Friday 25th August.
Areas of the ground are now close to selling out on Day One and Two. Don’t miss your chance to witness this historic moment at Headingley in August.