Ben Stokes Can’t Stop Hugging Stuart Broad After Taking One-Handed Screamer Against South Africa In First Test

Ben Stokes Can’t Stop Hugging Stuart Broad After Taking One-Handed Screamer Against South Africa In First Test. Stuart Broad bowled a one-handed stunner to dismiss Kagiso Rabada in the 78th over of the ongoing Lord’s Test.

Dean Elgar’s Orchestra South Africa is completely dominating the ongoing Lord’s Test against England, having extended their lead to 120 runs. England needed some quick wickets on the third day, and the hosts got the much-needed breakthrough in the first over of the day. Moreover, thanks to the brilliance of Stuart Broad, who was position at mid-on. On the third delivery of Matthew Potts’ over, Broad also plucked the ball out of thin air to dismiss Rabada.

Potts bowled a short delivery, and Rabada decided to go for it, pulling the ball. Broad jumped into the air and delivered a one-handed ripper at mid-on to dismiss Rabada. Broad was as surprised as the rest of his teammates after making the catch.

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Ben Stokes One-Handed Screamer Against South Africa

However, England captain Ben Stokes was visibly pleased and was seen hugging Broad tightly and refusing to let him go.

South Africa maintained their lead over England on Day 2 after increasing their lead to 124. Kagiso Rabada also took five wickets to dismiss England for 165 in the first innings, and South Africa reached 289/7 at stumps.

England captain Ben Stokes, on the other hand, gave it his all on the second day, bowling a fiery spell with a barrage of bouncers, which helped him return with three wickets.

Rassie van der Dussen, Sareel Erwee, and Keshav Maharaj were all taken out by Stokes.

Earlier, England were dismissed for 165, with Ollie Pope top-scoring with 73.

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