Ben, the Centurion Rules

London: England Test team captain Ben Stokes has been running in blazing form ever since his return. In the ongoing series against New Zealand, Ben Stokes has also made his bat do the talking. Ben Stokes has made a special record in his name with this, he has scored a century of sixers in Test cricket.

Ben Stokes made this record in the ongoing test match against New Zealand. He has become the third cricketer in the history of Test cricket to do so. Before Ben Stokes, Brendon McCullum and Adam Gilchrist are the only players to have scored 100 or more sixes in Test cricket.

Ben Stokes made this record only in the 82nd Test match, that is, he has a chance to become the player with the most sixes in Test cricket. For this, he will have to hit only 8 sixes and he will leave his own team’s coach Brendon McCullum behind.

It is worth noting that Ben Stokes is counted among the best all-rounders of the present time. If we talk about Test cricket, then he has 5255 runs in 82 Tests, including 11 centuries. Ben Stokes also has 177 wickets in Tests.

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