Ben Stokes did that work, for which Gambhir and Sangakkara are saluted

Ben Stokes scored an unbeaten 52 off 49 balls in the final of the T20 World Cup against Pakistan and became a major reason for his team’s 5-wicket victory.

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Updated on: Nov 14, 2022, 11:00 AM IST

Why is Ben Stokes called the best all-rounder in the world at present, the latest example of this was seen in Melbourne. When England needed the most, Ben Stokes buried his peg and then only gave England victory.

Ben Stokes scored an unbeaten 52 off 49 balls in the final of the T20 World Cup against Pakistan and became a major reason for his team's 5-wicket victory.  However, during this time he also touched a big achievement.

Ben Stokes scored an unbeaten 52 off 49 balls in the final of the T20 World Cup against Pakistan and became a major reason for his team’s 5-wicket victory. However, during this time he also touched a big achievement.

Ben Stokes has now become the third player in world cricket to score a half-century in the finals of ICC's ODI World Cup and T20 World Cup.  He is the only non-Asian to do so.  Stokes scored an unbeaten 84 in the final of the 2019 ODI World Cup.  And now he has been not out after scoring 52 runs in the final of T20 World Cup 2022.

Ben Stokes has now become the third player in world cricket to score a half-century in the finals of ICC’s ODI World Cup and T20 World Cup. He is the only non-Asian to do so. Stokes scored an unbeaten 84 in the final of the 2019 ODI World Cup. And now he has been not out after scoring 52 runs in the final of T20 World Cup 2022.

India's Gautam Gambhir was the first player to do this amazing feat in world cricket.  He scored 75 runs in the final of the 2007 T20 World Cup, while he scored 97 runs in the final of the 2011 ODI World Cup.

India’s Gautam Gambhir was the first player to do this amazing feat in world cricket. He scored 75 runs in the final of the 2007 T20 World Cup, while he scored 97 runs in the final of the 2011 ODI World Cup.

The second player after Gautam Gambhir to do so was Kumar Sangakkara of Sri Lanka.  The left-handed batsman scored 54 runs in the final of the 2007 ODI World Cup.  Apart from this, Sangakkara has scored half-centuries in two finals of T20 World.  He scored an unbeaten 64 in the 2009 T20 World Cup final and an unbeaten 52 in the 2014 final.(ALL Photo: PTI/AFP)

The second player after Gautam Gambhir to do so was Kumar Sangakkara of Sri Lanka. The left-handed batsman scored 54 runs in the final of the 2007 ODI World Cup. Apart from this, Sangakkara has scored half-centuries in two finals of T20 World. He scored an unbeaten 64 in the 2009 T20 World Cup final and an unbeaten 52 in the 2014 final.(ALL Photo: PTI/AFP)


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