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Ben Stokes Urges Teammates To Think Like ‘Entertainment Business’

The captain of the England cricket team has Ben Stokes urged his teammates to think like they are in the entertainment business rather than sports. The all-rounder English cricketer is unwell and has missed his training on Tuesday.

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Ben Stokes Urges Teammates To Think Like Being In 'Entertainment Business’

The England captain Ben Stokes has urged his teammates to play better in the next matches as he is currently missing his training due to illness. It is being assumed that the England team has to play the last test match of the series against New Zealand in the absence of their captain. England has won the first two matches of the series and is currently at 2-0 with New Zealand. The world test championship is being held at Headingley, Leeds, England.

Look What Ben Stokes Said To His Team

“I’ve said to the players this week, let’s try and think like we’re in the entertainment business rather than the sporting business ,There’s a reason why 20,000 people came out to watch us at Trent Bridge last week. So I set a challenge to the team to be even more fearless, positive and aggressive than last week.” Ben Stokes said at a press conference on Wednesday.

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