Ben Stokes can recoup to end up one of England’s best ever players after his World Twenty20 bad dream when he was hit for four sixes in the last over of the last, colleague Stuart Broad said on Wednesday.
Britain looked on course for triumph in Sunday’s show-stopper against the West Indies before Carlos Brathwaite sent the ball taking off over the limit rope four times in succession to secure an emotional win in Kolkata’s Eden Gardens.
Stirs was left disheartened on the pitch as the West Indians praised uncontrollably. He could, be that as it may, rise a superior player for the rebuking background, as indicated by Broad.
“This will have huge influence in making him an extremely solid character,” Broad, the world’s top-positioned Test bowler, told the BBC.
“You generally gain more from making mistakes than from the great days. He has each ascribe to be one of the best cricketers England’s ever had. I’m certain he will end up being that later on.”
Expansive endured an also humiliating over at the 2007 World T20 when he was hit for six sixes by India’s Yuvraj Singh. His recommendation to Stokes was to break down what turned out badly and after that forget about it for whatever remains of his vocation.
“What he needs to do while he’s sitting at home is he will need to recollect in his own particular personality how he was feeling, what might he do another way on the off chance that he is in that circumstance once more, was he surged and did he take counsel from the wrong individuals,” Broad included The Telegraph.
“At that point he must choose the majority of that in his own brain, discover the answers and put it to bed. At that point you stop it. You don’t watch it again and you never discuss it again until you get done with playing. You simply concentrate on what you can do to make strides.”