Ben Stokes reveals reason of ‘brown stain’ on his trousers

English all rounder Ben Stokes is truly a entertainer. Be always used to get connected with the media and focused everywhere. Therefore, the cameras are always around him. Meanwhile, Captain Joe Root were part ofan unfortunate brown patch appeared on the all-rounder’s trouser. Although, he tried to hide it with his jumper but later got chuckled at himself.

Ben Stokes reveals reason of ‘brown stain’ on his trousers

As soon the fans saw it they took the internet instantly thought that Stokes had a bowel-related mishap. The all rounder later clarified that he just ‘sat in split coffee’. Fans were comparing him with Gary Lineker the footballer who lost control of his bowel in the 1990 World Cup.

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“I had a bit of a Dickie stomach, I don’t know where it came from. I managed to get through the first half despite terrible stomach cramps. You know, it’s a World Cup, you cannot say ‘Excuse me, ref, is it alright if I pop off for five minutes?” Gary later explained after the match.

Before this Tim Paine, the Australian captain recently said that he defecated on the field while the Ashes was going on. Interestingly, Ben stokes was also a part of that game. Paine also explained by saying “Because I was a bit unwell, it was a bit runny and you could actually hear it hit the ground.

Meanwhile, England in a strong position in Manchester against the West Indies. Ben stokes playing as a trump card for the English troops. The vice-captain was the player of the match in the second Test for his all-round performance and got the recognition at no.3 position in Test batting rankings and no.1 in Test all-rounders rankings. Stokes is media-favorite for his interesting deeds which entertains the fans across the world.

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