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Ashes: Ben Stokes out after slashing a short ball up to Nathan Lyon

BBC Sport Thursday, 12 September 2019
Ben Stokes departs for 20 after looping up an easy catch off Mitchell Marsh as Australia pick up a third wicket against England at The Oval.

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