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Ben Stokes. (Photograph Supply: Twitter)

England beat Australia within the second T20I of the continuing three-match sequence at Manuka Oval in Canberra on Wednesday, October 12, to take an unassailable lead as they emerged victorious by eight runs as soon as once more. 

The Aussies fell quick but once more whereas chasing as Sam Curran made life powerful for the hosts within the demise overs. Furthermore, the Australian top-order collapsed whereas chasing the 179-run goal set by England of their 20 overs.

The match turned out to be fairly an thrilling affair as England posted 178 on the board batting first whereas driving excessive on Dawid Malan’s 49-ball 82. Whereas Australia almost crossed the road to stage the sequence however fell agonisingly quick on the finish.

Throughout the match, England all-rounder Ben Stokes pulled off a sensational boundary save that modified the complexion of the sport.

Ben Stokes pulls off sensational save

Mitchell Marsh hammered an aerial hit down the bottom off Curran on the primary supply of the twelfth over however Stokes showcased an excellent athletic effort to disclaim Marsh a most. Marsh almost dispatched Curran’s supply over his head with followers anticipating the ball to go for a most. Nevertheless, Ben Stokes had different concepts as he almost claimed a jaw-dropping catch.

Stokes jumped off the bottom close to the boundary ropes, caught the ball and pushed it inside the sector, along with his toes nonetheless within the air. It diminished Marsh to solely take a few runs. Stokes is thought to be top-of-the-line fielders on this planet and has pulled off many miraculous saves beforehand.

Regardless of dropping their top-order early, Australia had been nonetheless within the recreation until the seventeenth over as Tim David was blazing the bowlers away throughout the park. Nevertheless, Curran ultimately helped clear up David spherical his legs within the 18th over and put curtains on the probabilities of Australia levelling the sequence.

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