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Ben Stokes is praised by Brendon McCullum before the New Zealand series: “He’s a guy who writes his own storylines.”

Ben Stokes is praised by Brendon McCullum before the New Zealand series: "He's a guy who writes his own storylines."

The Ben Stokes-led team has won nine of their last 10 Test matches after Brendon McCullum was named the new head coach of the England Test team. The head coach has handed all the credit for England’s recent triumphs in Test cricket to Ben Stokes, and their strategy of playing a bold brand of cricket in the longest version of the game is working well.

He thinks that because Stokes is a man who crafts his own scripts, England will achieve anything under his leadership. The 31-year-old, according to him, is eager to pull the lads along for the voyage since she has a lot of plans.

“I’m not sure what’s feasible for this team with the skipper (Ben Stokes) in command since he’s a guy who writes his own scripts and accomplishes some fairly spectacular things. I am aware of how ambitious his goals are for this team, and he will do his best to enlist the boys in the journey.
It’s a solid beginning. The outcomes have been fantastic, but they are not the main focus. I’m aware that they are a criterion by which we are evaluated, but neither I nor the captain are really focused on them.

Before the two-match Test series against New Zealand, McCullum remarked, “We just want the lads to play a style of cricket that offers them the maximum opportunity to enable their potential to come out and have fun doing it.

Whether New Zealand wins or we win, the spectators will be amused: McCullum

Brendon McCullum will be visiting his native Australia for the first time in his capacity as England’s red-ball head coach. However, he thinks that the local cricket fans will show up and enjoy England’s style of play, and he also thinks that the spectators will be amused regardless of who ends up winning the Test series.
“Even if your team loses, you may still leave feeling like you had a fantastic day out. I’m hoping it holds true for the duration of this series. Whether New Zealand wins or we win, they (the fans) will be entertained, according to the former cricketer.

People are naturally patriotic and want their own team to win, but one of the reasons we’re in this position is that we want to make Test cricket interesting and guarantee that viewers have a positive experience overall.


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