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Ashes 2017: This is how Joe Root foxed Stuart Broad

[caption id="attachment_57759" align="aligncenter" width="580"]JWOBWOqWI5 Stuart Broad with England skipper Joe Root. Image Source: sportswallah[/caption]

Internet Desk: Ahead of facing Australia in the Ashes 2017, the dressing room of England team looked very happy. The news is revealed by none other than English pace maestro Stuart Broad on Wednesday. According to Broad he wants to lead England to win Ashes on Aussie home soil and wants the Australian supporters to think of him as a villain.

Broad also revealed that his skipper Joe Root made a joke regarding him at the start of their tour of Australia, and he became the victim of his skipper’s joke.

“He stuffed me out of sight,” Broad was quoted as saying by ESPNcricinfo. “There’s an Aussie Rules player called Nathan Broad who had been involved in some scandal or other. Anyway, Rooty put all the papers lined up together just with the ‘Broad in sexting scandal’ headline showing and sent a picture to me and Neil Fairbrother (the former England batsman, who is now Broad, Root and Ben Stokes’ manager), who has obviously had a tough couple of months.” he added.

Star England all-rounder Ben Stokes didn’t get a chance in the Ashes squad which has gone to Australia to play five-match Test series. The first match will begin from November 23 in Brisbane. Broad further revealed that how he was shocked to read the news papers.

“I woke up with five different papers saying ‘Broad in scandal’ and thought, ‘Oh no, what have I done?’ But then the papers called him ‘Average Joe’ the next day, so it came back to bite him,” Broad said.

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