Video: Ben Stokes was going back to pavilion after being bowled – But he returned from boundary line!

International cricket is back to its old form after almost 2 years due to COVID. The England cricket team are taking on New Zealand in a 3 test match series with the first match going on at Lord’s. The game is in its final stage with the 4th day going to begin. England got a target of 277 to chase in the last innings. At the end of day 3 England were 5 down for 216 with 61 more runs to win.

But international cricket is incomplete with dramas. Today captain Ben stokes was bowled by Colin de Grandhomme, but he returned from the halfway point as it was declared a no ball. The sight was seen in the 27 th over when Colin came in the attack. In the fourth ball the ball to Stokes took his inside edge and shattered the bails of the stumps.

Disappointed Skipper Ben Stokes started walking back to the pavilion with an expression of despite clearly reflecting from his face. But as he reached the boundary he was called back since the ball was declared a no ball. The third umpire showed in the review that Colin’s foot was far ahead of the crease while bowling.

Captain Ben Stokes got a lifeline due to the mistake of Colin. He returned to the crease. The captain seemed very happy with this. At the same time, the audience sitting cheering for England also welcomed them with applause. After the end of day three England just need 61 more to win with 4 wickets in hand.