UK All-rounder Ben Stokes Try your luck On the 3rd day of the fourth ashes test in Australia In Sydney, even if the ball hit his stump, he remained unbeaten.
All this happened in the 31st inning of England’s first game, when the Australian all-around player Cameron Green After making a full pitch, Stokes decided to leave. When the Australian appealed, Red Cherry was deflected and the referee gave Stokes LBW. However, the British batsman immediately went upstairs.
The rebroadcast presented a completely different picture, shocking everyone, including the players of the two teams, commentators and fans all over the world who watched the report.
In the playback, it was seen that Green’s pitch was far less than Stokes’s mat, and actually hit the outer stake, but the inexplicable ball did not fall, and the batter got a lifeline. No wonder Stokes had a big smile on his face when he decided to be overthrown.
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Former Australian Cricketer Shane Vaughan, Who was on the air ‘Physical challenge’ The moment it happened, I was shocked and couldn’t believe that the referee had given it ‘go out’.
“What did he post? How strange is that? Paul Reiffel is a bowler. He saw the ball hit the stump and said, “You are out.” This is one of the strangest things I have ever seen because of the ball. I hit the stump and the ball didn’t fall off… I’m sorry, I’m still shocked. I’m still not sure what we just saw.” Vaughan says Fox Cricket.
The England team is in trouble because their score with the captain drops to 36/4 Jorgen Dismissed without disturbing the scorer.Stokes and Johnny Bersto, Pair up to help them get out of trouble.Before Stokes exhausted his luck, the duo continued to establish an important partnership of 128 runs for the fifth wicket, and LBW was eliminated. Nathan Lyon Ended at the 51st time. Stokes scored 66 points with 91 shots with the help of the 10-point line.