IND vs ENG: Ben Stokes Calls India Tour “The Hardest Conditions I’ve Faced” As Batsman | Cricket News

India vs England, 4th Test:

As the England batters proceed to battle to search out type of their ongoing collection, England all-rounder Ben Stokes on Thursday mentioned that these are the “hardest conditions” he has confronted as a batsman. Except for the primary innings of the primary Test, England’s batting within the ongoing four-match Test series has been dismal. The Joe Root-led aspect has completely didn’t put up a aggressive whole on the board, particularly within the third Test, which noticed them getting overwhelmed inside two days. On Thursday England were all out for 205 runs within the first innings of the ultimate Test, which is being performed on the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

“I have played like 70 odd games now, these are the hardest conditions that I have faced as a batsman,” Stokes mentioned through the digital press convention after the tip of the day’s play.

“Obviously, I have played all around the world. I think it is a case of finding it in your own way, it’s not about like you go and say ”this is what we need to do better as a group”. It is about how we can go about it as individuals and when we come back here next time, (it will be about) how we progressed as individuals because everyone plays in a different way.”

Compared to England’s rating of 112 and 81 within the first and second innings respectively of the third Test, 205 runs looks as if a a lot better begin for the guests.

Owing to each groups’ batsmen failing to attain massive runs and the match ending in two days, the earlier Test had additionally triggered a pitch debate.

Stokes, reflecting on this wicket, mentioned it’s a “much better” pitch than it was within the earlier recreation.

“This morning and this afternoon, it was more about the bounce that was an issue rather than the turning in,” Stokes mentioned.

“But later in the day, the ball started to spin a little bit more. Overall, it is a much better wicket than it was in the last game played here,” the all-rounder, who was the best run-getter for the England aspect with a rating of 55, mentioned.


When requested whether or not it was good Indian bowling or poor England batting, Stokes mentioned: “I think it is probably a bit of both.”

At Stumps India’s rating learn 24/1 with Rohit (8*) and Pujara (15*) on the crease, trailing the guests by 181 runs within the first innings. 

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