Ashes: Starc Could Have Reined In On Stokes, Feels Ponting
The Free Press Journal - Indore|August 29, 2019

Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting feels left-arm pacer Mitchell Starc could have had an impact if he bowled against Ben Stokes during England’s improbable win in the third Ashes Test at Headingley.

Stokes played an epic unbeaten knock of 135, which helped England snatch victory from the jaws of defeat in Leeds.• England started the fourth day looking to prevent Australia from retaining the Ashes. They got to 286/9, still needing 73 runs for an improbable victory in their chase of 359.•

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