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Watch: Ben Stokes’ Nervous Reaction Goes Viral As England Avoid An Ashes Whitewash

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England and Australia are currently playing in the ongoing Ashes series. While Australia have won the first three Test matches, England have registered a nail-biting draw on Day 5 in the fourth Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Their 10th wicket pair of James Anderson and Stuart Broad survived successfully and Ben Stokes’ reaction from the sidelines revealed the situation.

He was sitting near the boundary line during the final minutes of the games, where he was visibly nervous and could barely watch the game.

James Anderson survives a nail-biting final over

Talking about the match, on the final day, both Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow both batted well. England had to play 35 overs in the final session in Sydney. Nathan Lyon lured Stokes into a shot soon after Tea and Australia managed to claim the wicket. Soon Pat Cummins gave Australia two breakthroughs by trapping both Jos Buttler and Mark Wood leg-before. With this, their hopes of winning the match increased too.

However, Steve Smith dropped Bairstow at slip and that cost them despite Bairstow’s dismissal who looked to defend but got a thick inside edge and eventually got out after some time. Steve Smith, who had last scalped a wicket in 2016, gave Australia a breakthrough with Jack Leach (26), but James Anderson and Stuart Broad held their nerves.

Anderson survived a nail-biting final over as the visitors finished on 270/9 in the second innings. Notably, Australia had declared their second innings at 265/6, with a lead of 387 runs on Day 4 in Sydney. Usman Khawaja scored another century in his return to Test cricket as well.

The fifth and final Ashes Test between England and Australia will begin on January 14 in Tasmania as well.


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