How did Ben Stokes respond to being called a ‘crybaby’?

1688462767 How did Ben Stokes respond to being called a crybaby
The West Australian newspaper frontpage showing Ben Stokes as a crybaby. — Twitter/@benstokes38
The West Australian newspaper frontpage displaying Ben Stokes as a crybaby. — Twitter/@benstokes38 

After The West Australian newspaper printed a caricature of England Check Captain Ben on its entrance web page, the cricketer responded in a way that left folks amused.

The paper printed a photoshopped picture of Stokes after the check captain was caught up in an argument surrounding Jonny Bairstow’s stumping within the second Ashes Check at Lord’s.

Bairstow — batting on 10 — was on his option to creating a vital partnership with Stokes in the course of the match.

Nevertheless, Australian wicketkeeper Alex Carey crushed any such hopes after he ran out the batter as Bairstow wandered out of the crease.

Australia went on to win the match and now lead the sequence 2-0.

Stokes’ head was photoshopped onto the physique of a child, full with a dummy within the mouth, on the entrance web page of the newspaper.

The primary headline acknowledged “Crybabies”, with a sub-heading of “Poms take whingeing to new stage with ‘dishonest’ drivel”.

Nevertheless, Stokes quoted a tweet of the quilt and mentioned: “That is undoubtedly not me, since when did I bowl with the brand new ball,” — referring to the highlighted new cricket ball on the web page.

Earlier, the Marylebone Cricket Membership (MCC) additionally took strict motion after altercations between its members and Australian gamers, at Lord’s on day 5 of the second Check on Sunday, over the Bairstow run out.

Three members have been suspended after clashes with Usman Khawaja and David Warner within the Lengthy Room as Australia headed to the dressing room for lunch.

The MCC additionally launched an announcement apologising “unreservedly” to the Australian cricket group.

“They won’t be permitted again to Lord’s while the investigation takes place,” it added.

“We keep that the behaviour of a small variety of members was fully unacceptable and while there was no suggestion by [Australia captain] Pat Cummins within the post-match press convention that there was any bodily altercation, it stays wholly unacceptable to behave in such a method, which works towards the values of the membership.

“MCC condemns the behaviour witnessed and as soon as once more we re-iterate our apology to Cricket Australia.”