IND vs ENG: Ben Stokes cheating! Third umpire’s decision exposed poll, Video Viral

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Ahmedabad: On the first day of the third Test between India and England (IND vs ENG), Team India completely beat the visiting team. Joe Root’s team was all out for the fourth lowest score in their Test history. After being dismissed for 112 runs, the England team suffered a setback and it was clearly visible on the field that the English players had surrendered. At the same time, something happened in the match, seeing that everyone was surprised.

Did Ben Stokes commit dishonesty?

Team India started batting after bowling England for just 112 runs. The innings of the Indian team had just started that the England team was shocked. In the second over of the innings, something happened from the England team that all the spectators just kept watching.

IND VS ENG: Ben Stokes committed a major rule violation on the first day of the match, the umpire took this step

In fact, in the second over of India’s innings, the ball went to Ben Stokes with the bat of Shubman Gill, who was fielding at the second slip. Stokes caught the ball and then the whole team appealed. After which the umpire gave a soft decision out and checked with the third umpire.

When the third umpire saw the video, it was found that the ball was hit on the ground after that Ben Stokes caught it. Third umpire ruled notout. After that Joe Root and England team were very disappointed.

Fans raging on stokes

However, the ball first touched the ground and then Ben Stokes caught it. In such a situation, the fans are angry on this matter. They believe that this is nothing less than dishonesty. Not only this, the fans started trolling Stokes.

Team India’s strong performance

On the first day of the third Test being played between India and England (IND vs ENG), if one player has won everyone’s heart with his performance, then he is Axar Patel. He freed the English team’s sweat from his spin.

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Axar Patel played an important role in the second Test match of his career, taking 6 wickets for 38 runs to reduce England to 112 runs. Apart from Axar Patel, Ravichandran Ashwin took 3 wickets, leaving England out in 48.4 overs. In response to this, Team India has scored 99 runs for 3 wickets.

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