T20 World Cup Final: Buttler hails BEN STOKES as England’s GREATEST as he repeat Lord’s 2019 WC Heroics at MCG: Check out
T20 World Cup Final – Ben Stokes ‘England’s Greatest Player’? Ben Stokes has powered England to yet another World Cup victory. The…
T20 World Cup Final – Ben Stokes ‘England’s Greatest Player’? Ben Stokes has powered England to yet another World Cup victory. The England all-rounder stroked a stunning 52 not out to seal a nervy chase and help his team to the T20 World Cup title at MCG on Sunday. Stokes’ heroics come three years after he had delivered England the 2019 ODI World Cup, with an epic 84 in the final at Lord’s. Captain Jos Buttler has hailed Stokes as the greatest England cricketer of all time: Watch PAK vs ENG Highlights with Insidesport.IN
“Yeah, he can be in the conversation for sure,” a confident Jos Buttler answered in the post-match press conference.
“He’s a true match-winner, and he’s been there in those scenarios time and time again. He just has a lot of know-how for how to do that,” Buttler said.“We were immensely lucky to have him, and he’s one of the great players of English cricket.”
T20 World Cup Final: Man for FINAL, Ben Stokes powers England to WHITE-BALL DOMINANCE, repeats Lord’s 2019 WC Heroics at MCG, Check out
Ben Stokes put on yet another masterclass in a World Cup final as the star all-rounder led England to yet another title on Sunday. At the iconic MCG on Sunday, Stokes stroked his maiden T20I half-century to guide the Three Lions to their second T20 World Cup title, and a first after 12 years.
Ben Stokes’ Redemption
- Ben Stokes failed to defend 20 in the final over as West Indies defeated England in the t20 WC final in 2016.
- Stokes scored an unbeaten 84 and hit a boundary in the SUper Over to help England win the 2019 World Cup.
- Stokes scored an unbeaten 52 to help England to a five-wicket win over Pakistan in the t20 WC 2022 final.
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As Haris Rauf and Co took the game to the wire, Stokes kept his cool to see his team over the line. The 31-year-old showed nerves of steel to turn the tide, with a flurry of boundaries off Iftikhar Ahmed to seal the title.
Stokes’ effort comes three years after his heroic knock against NewZealand at Lord’s. On that occasion, the talismanic all-rounder had scored an unbeaten 84 to tie the World Cup final when all seemed lost for England. He followed it up with a boundary in the Super Over, which helped the Three Lions seal the win on boundary count.