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Watch England's Ben Stokes keep the Ashes alive as England complete amazing Australia win at Headingley

BBC News Sunday, 25 August 2019
Watch the moment that Ben Stokes hits Pat Cummins for four to level the Ashes at 1-1 and keep the series alive going into the fourth Test at Old Trafford.
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England all-rounder Ben Stokes reveals his preparation for his inspirational match-winning innings against Australia at Headingley was a "knock-off Nando's" and Yorkie bars. Stokes' magnificent 135 not out saw England scrape home in the third Test, draw the series level and 1-1 and prevent Australia...

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