Ben Stokes is considered the best player of limited overs. He has written in his tweet on social media today that I am playing my last ODI cricket match for England in Durham on Tuesday. With this, I have decided to withdraw from this format.
England’s brilliant all-rounder and outstanding player Ben Stokes has announced his retirement from ODI cricket and has made a shocking decision. Ben Stokes, who played important innings for England on several occasions, has announced his retirement from ODIs at the age of 31. It is said that on July 19, Ben Stoke will play his last ODI against South Africa. Ben Stokes has also contributed a lot in England’s first World Cup victory. In the 2019 World Cup final, Ben Stokes scored 84 races against New Zealand and took the match to the Super Over. After this, England won their first World Cup title and Ben Stoke was made the player of the match.
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Ben Stokes is considered the best player of limited overs. He has written in his tweet on social media today that I am playing my last ODI cricket match for England in Durham on Tuesday. With this, I have decided to withdraw from this format. In his tweet, Ben Stokes also wrote that this decision has been incredibly difficult. I have loved every minute of the match with my teammates on the English team. We have had an incredible journey in the meantime. Currently, Ben Stokes is also the captain of the English test team. Ben Stokes was born in Christchurch, New Zealand. But his whole family lives in England.
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Ben Stokes has played 101 ODIs for England. In this he has scored 2871 races with an average of more than 40. This includes 3 centuries and 21 half centuries. Whereas in 101 games he has also taken 74 wickets. Once he got about 5 wickets. His best performance is five wickets for 61 runs. Ben Stokes also has a lot of flair in the IPL.