New Delhi: Former England captain Joe Root did wonders in the Lord's Test against New Zealand. By scoring a brilliant century in the fourth innings, he made his team victorious, along with this, he also completed his 10,000 runs in Test cricket. But apart from all of these, another 'magic' of Joe Root has become a topic of discussion at the moment and its video is also going viral on social media.
In the video that is being discussed, Joe Root is standing at the non-striker's end while batting the team. His bat is standing on the pitch without any support and as soon as he moves forward, he grabs the bat. Now the minds of cricket fans have become obsessed with this magic of Joe Root. This happened when Joe Root was batting at the score of 87 and New Zealand's Kyle Jamieson was bowling. The video, which was a few seconds long, has been viewed by millions of people on Twitter and has been shared several times.
Fans are writing in the comments that we knew that Joe Root does magic with batting, but they did not expect it either. Some fans wrote about whether the bat itself is standing or if Joe Root really a magician. However, some fans also responded to this mystery themselves. In fact, the bottom of the bat that Joe Root has is completely flat. It is usually seen that there is a slight V-shape in the bat, but that is not the case with Joe Root's bat. Because the bat is heavy, Joe Root would not have had any trouble making him stand like this.