Is Ben Stokes The Biggest All Rounder in English Cricket History?

We are living in such an era that All rounders are making the biggest impact on the game. Ben Stokes, Shakib Al Hasan, Hardik Pandya and then list is really long.

But what makes Ben Stokes stand apart from all the other all rounders? It’s his ability to change the course of the game single handedly.

This man is definitely a SuperHuman. He has certainly got nerves of steel. His temperament and ability to destroy oppositions is surreal.

Who can forget what happened when England played West Indies in the WT-20 2016. Ben Stokes gave away 19 runs in the final over and literally handed over the trophy to West Indies.

But what a turn around it has been for him since than. He has hardly looked behind and is improving leaps and bounds. First World Cup and now in Ashes he is doing more than what’s needed.

England have produced all rounders like Andrew Flintoff and Ian Botham but does Ben Stokes has shown more potential than them? Does he possess the mental strength and ability to win games single handedly more than anyone else?

Ben Stokes has made the tough brutal English Cricket Supporters shes tears of happiness twice in Six Weeks. That shows how much impact he has created on the Two Biggest Events in World Cricket.

Ben Stokes needs to perform the way he is performing for years to overcome those legends of the game. However, it needs to be mentioned that he is part of probably the Best English Side Ever.

Predictions were made about Stokes being the most important player in this Ashes and he is proving everyone correct.

The best thing Stokes has done is that he has brought the fire back to Ashes and now its going to be tougher for both the sides and all the players in the next two tests. Let’s see whether England have gotten motivated enough to bring their best game forward.

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