Ben Stokes Become the Hero of England Win, England Won the Ashes Third Test

In the first innings of the third Test match of the Ashes, when England were reduced to 67. hardly anyone thought that the guest team would win this match. But in the second innings, Ben Stokes did such an amazing thing that is rarely seen. Ben Stokes, who helped England win the final of the World Cup 2019. once again became the hero of England in the third Test and converted the team’s losing bet in victory. England won the Ashes in the third Test match by one wicket and this victory was historic for the English team in many ways. Stokes made the impossible possible and also captured a magnificent record.

Ben Stokes the Hero of England Win

In the second innings of the match, England had an impossible target of 358 runs to win. It seemed that England were sure to lose.But Ben Stokes won the match for the team by playing an unbeaten 135 off 219 balls in this match. Joe Root played his innings with 77 and Joe Denley scoring 50 runs. Ben Stokes became the first and second English batsman to score a century in the fourth innings of a Test match in the Ashes after 2010. Earlier in the Ashes 2013. He had scored 120 runs in the fourth innings of the match and now once again he did amazing by playing an unbeaten 135-run innings.

Full Match Summary

In the first innings of the match, England fast bowler Jofra Archer took Australia to 179 with six wickets. In response, the entire England team was reduced to a score of 67 runs ahead of Hazlewood’s five wickets.

But in the second innings, Australia, with the help of Labusne’s 80, set a huge target of 359 runs in front of England. In the second innings, Ben Stokes stopped Australia at 246 with three wickets in the bowling.

After that, England started off chasing the target and did not lose two wickets for 15 runs. But first thanks to a century partnership of Joe Root (77) and Joe Denly (50) and then Ben Stokes’ unbeaten 135, England defeated Australia with one wicket remaining at the last minute.

At one point England needed 73 runs to win and they had one wicket to spare, but Ben Stokes shared a record for the last wicket with Jack Leach and managed to take the win away from Australia’s hands. 

Second Largest Partnership for Tenth Wicket in Fourth Innings

Ben Stokes and Jack Leach shared an unbeaten 76 for the tenth wicket in the fourth innings of the Ashes. They proved to be the second largest partnership for the tenth wicket in the fourth innings in Test cricket. The record for the biggest partnership for the tenth wicket is named after Kusal Perera and Vishwa Fernando. They both shared an unbeaten 78-run partnership for the tenth wicket this year. This record belongs to the teams who chased the target in the fourth innings.

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