Watch: Mohammad Ali embarrassed England captain Ben Stokes as he refused to handshake with him, video viral


England’s team have scripted history after beating Pakistan in the second test match by 26 runs and they have clinched the series as well because they have a 2-0 lead now. It was Pakistan’s third consecutive home test defeat.

England won the match on the 4th day, again the match went down the wire and England clinched the series as they were able to hold their nerves, their bowlers again won it for the team in such a crucial stage.

A video of Ben Stokes is getting viral in which he got embarrassed

England won the match and the last wicket was Mohammad Ali who was caught behind but he took the review. Meanwhile, the England team was celebrating as they thought that they had won the match.

Captain Ben Stokes was also celebrating and he came to handshake with Mohammad Ali but he reminded Ben stokes that he had taken a review and then Stokes pulled his hand back and it was an embarrassing moment for Ben Stokes.

Pakistan team is now knocked out from the contention of the WTC final:

Pakistan had a great chance of qualifying for the finals of the World Test Championship before this series as it was expected they will easily win this series and will go up in the series. However, it doesn’t go in the same way they expected.

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After losing the first two matches and the series they have slept down the England team in the World Test Championship, they are now at the 5th rank and they have been knocked out of contention for qualifying for the finals. Protection Status
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