With Joe Root venturing down from England’s Test captaincy. Former captain Nasser Hussain has supported all-rounder Ben Stokes to assume control over the job.
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Star all-rounder Ben stirs up has a “smart cricket brain” and is the “self-evident” decision to take over as England Test chief following the exit of Joe Root, as indicated by previous commanders Michael Vaughan and Nasser Hussain. Root on Friday ventured down from captaincy, finishing his five-year residency subsequent to confronting analysis following England’s 0-4 Ashes rout against Australia and 0-1 series misfortune to West Indies. “I don’t see any other person who can take the position and be ensured of their spot in the side,” Vaughan told the BBC.
“In Ben Stokes, you have obviously got somebody who has a smart cricket brain, he will give it everything, he is positively going to have the admiration of the players around him.”
Hussain, who drove England from 1999-2003, likewise upheld Stokes to take over as Test skipper.
“For me, the undeniable competitor is Ben Stokes. Stokes has done a few remarkable things as a cricketer and has a very smart cricket brain. He showed that in World Cup last, he showed that at Headingley.
Joe Root resigning as England test Captain Ben Stokes looks the obvious choice
Stirs up had some time off from cricket keep going year to focus on mental well-being. Hussain feels it is critical that he is perfectly located intellectually as captaincy can cause significant damage.
“The troublesome thing for Stokes is the point I made about the cost it takes on you as a commander. You must be perfectly located intellectually and actually,” he said.
Hussain, be that as it may, said Stuart Broad could likewise be a choice on the off chance that Stokes isn’t available.
“Pat Cummins has driven Australia as a bowler splendidly, so for the time being. I can see Broad doing something comparative.” Another previous commander Michael Atherton, who drove England from 1993 to 1998, additionally picked Stokes for the top work.
“You must pick someone who merits his position on the side. I think the days are a distant memory where you could have a Mike Brearley-type figure. Who wouldn’t really be a best option pick.