ICC World Cup 2019: Ben Stokes Grabbed The Unbelievable Catch: He was also selected Man of the Match for the all-around performance of Stokes. In this match, Stokes took a catch when he got the best fielding, and everyone was stunned.
ICC World Cup 2019: World Cup 2019 first match was played between England and South Africa on the Trent Bridge ground in London. England, as the strongest contender of the title in the match, defeated Africa by a huge margin of 104 runs.
Under the leadership of Ben Stokes, England won this with the help of useful half-century innings of the top-order batsmen and the help of Jaffra Archer’s killer bowling. He was also selected Man of the Match for the allround performance of Stokes.
In this match, Stokes took a catch when he got the best fielding, and everyone was stunned.
After South Africa’s early fall, team all-rounder Andy Fahulquiao was batting well in the lower order.
But at the first ball of the 35th over, Fehulquo played with Adil Rashid lifting the ball on deep midwicket in an attempt to put a long shot.
When the ball was going to the border in the air, then Bain Stokes leaped in the air, giving a spectacular catch by one hand to England to give seventh success.
Anyone who saw this catches his eyes was torn off. South Africa’s left-handed hope also ended when Fehlquiao was dismissed.
Tell us in this match that South Africa won the toss and invited England to bat first. England, batting brilliantly, scored Jason Roy (56 runs off 53 balls) and Joe Root (53 off 59 balls) for the second wicket with a 106-run partnership, with 311 runs for eight wickets.
Eoin Morgan (57 off 60 balls) and Stokes (89 off 79 balls) shared a 106-run partnership for the fourth wicket in addition to these two.
There was no expected bounce on the oval pitch and in such a way, the shot was not easy for the batsmen, but Archer, using his short pitch balls, spread panic in the South African camp.
Quinton de Kock (68 off 74 balls) and Rossi van der Dussen (50 off 61 balls) scored half-centuries from South Africa, but his team got stacked on 207 in 39.5 overs. This is South Africa’s second biggest defeat in the World Cup.
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