Photos: How Ben Stokes took a stunning catch at World Cup 2019

First Published 31, May 2019, 1:50 PM IST

England all-rounder Ben Stokes's stunning catch against South Africa in the ICC World Cup 2019 on Thursday (May 30) was captured on camera frame by frame. Here are those moments when Stokes completed an incredible catch to dismiss Andile Phehlukwayo off Adil Rashid. Many hailed the catch as one of the greatest of all time. England won the match by 104 runs at The Oval in London

After grabbing the catch with one hand, Ben Stokes loses his balance but manages to hold on to the ball and stay inside the boundary. Stokes's catch sent back Andile Phehlukwayo off Adil Rashid's bowling

After grabbing the catch with one hand, Ben Stokes loses his balance but manages to hold on to the ball and stay inside the boundary. Stokes's catch sent back Andile Phehlukwayo off Adil Rashid's bowling

This is the next moment after taking the catch

This is the next moment after taking the catch

Stokes tumbles on to the ground but completes an incredible catch

Stokes tumbles on to the ground but completes an incredible catch

He points at the crowd with the ball and signals out

He points at the crowd with the ball and signals out

A football-style celebration for Stokes as he kicks the ball

A football-style celebration for Stokes as he kicks the ball

Stokes is mobbed by his teammates, even they were stunned by the all-rounder's effort in the deep

Stokes is mobbed by his teammates, even they were stunned by the all-rounder's effort in the deep

England fans cheer Stokes after his spectacular catch

England fans cheer Stokes after his spectacular catch

Earlier, Stokes had taken an easy catch to send back JP Duminy

Earlier, Stokes had taken an easy catch to send back JP Duminy

Stokes received the Man-of-the-match award for his all-round performance. It was a memorable match with 89 runs, two wickets, one run out and two catches

Stokes received the Man-of-the-match award for his all-round performance. It was a memorable match with 89 runs, two wickets, one run out and two catches

Stokes speaks to former England captain Nasser Hussain after the match

Stokes speaks to former England captain Nasser Hussain after the match

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