England all-rounder Sam Curran has revealed that he tries to copy Ben Stokes, who recently retired from one-day internationals. He admitted that Stokes has left a void.
Curran has always looked up to Stokes, and his absence will be a huge loss for England in ODIs. The left-arm seamer wants to contribute with both bat and ball.
“I always looked upto him as a cricketer. I try to copy him, and his absence is a huge loss for the team. I want to contribute with the bat and ball,’ he said.
“Things haven’t changed for me, and I want to make that I contribute whenever I get a chance to play for England,” he added.
Meanwhile, Stokes played 105 ODIs and scored 2,924 runs, picking up 74 scalps. He scored an unbeaten 84 in the final of the 2019 World Cup, which was won by the Eoin Morgan-led team.