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Live Reporting

Callum Matthews, Matthew Henry and Amy Lofthouse

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye!

    And with that, we're going to sign off.

    Still doesn't make any sense, does it? England were 67 all out, then 15-2, then nine wickets down and, somehow, they managed to win.

    What a silly, silly sport.

    Stay safe, and we'll see you soon.

    Stokes and Leach
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    If you want to listen to Ben Stokes relive that innings, his World Cup heroics and other career high and lowlights, check out the video below.

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    Video caption: Ben Stokes relives his special summer of cricket
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    My favourite stat:

    The last wicket partnership was worth 76 runs. Ben Stokes scored 74 of them. Jack Leach and the extras both scored one each.

    Just superb.

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    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on Test Match Special

    I have seen great Test match innings. But in an Ashes series, when your team is gone, the urn is practically in the Australia dressing room, to do that is something else.

    Scoreboard at Headingley
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    I miss sport.

    And when it's safe to do so, I cannot wait to start this all over again.

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    Matthew Henry

    BBC Sport at Headingley

    The game is over but no-one is going home.

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    SMS Message: Can I just say how wonderful this is. Been in the garden the past two days doing those jobs I've put off for ages, the sun has been out and TMS has been on the radio. Life feels normal again. And you get the bonus of knowing you're listening to one of the greatest innings of all time. Of course I can't hear it because of the kids but that's not the point... Well done TMS. Looking forward to having you back for real soon. from Marc, Whitley Bay
    Marc, Whitley Bay
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    Jonathan Agnew

    BBC cricket correspondent

    Jack Leach has probably not had this many hugs in his life. His glasses will be steamed up now.

    Jos Buttler and Jack Leach
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    Matthew Henry

    BBC Sport at Headingley

    The kitchen staff at Headingley are crying!

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    I want that winning moment played at my wedding.

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    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on Test Match Special

    Something extraordinary has just happened. This is similar to the scenes at Lord's after the World Cup final. It was full at 11am. You don't see that much in Test cricket. The crowd sensed something was on. They believed more than anyone.

    Ben Stokes and Jack Leach
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    Matthew Henry

    BBC Sport at Headingley

    “The best thing you’ll ever see,” one England fan says to me.

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    Joe Root on Sky Sports: "I felt relieved at the start but just proud of Ben Stokes too. It was just perfect for him, he's a massive part of our changing room. We'd played a lot of cricket together and against each other. I remember just saying to him to take 30 seconds and just remember every moment and soak it."

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    Also, Jack Leach, the greatest one not out ever.

    Give him and his glasses a knighthood immediately.

    Ben Stokes and Jack Leach
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    Luke Dady: Literally jumping around my living room, again, as Ben Stokes smashed that last four. God I miss sport.

    Steve Pye: I seem to have something in my eye again.

    Colin Lambert: Thank you bbccricket I’d nearly forgotten what it feels like to get emotional over sport.

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    It still is, and always will be, absolutely *mad* what happened that day.

    I'll watch Ben Stokes hit that final ball for four a thousand times and still not understand how on earth they won.

  18. 'I've never seen a better Test innings. Ever'

    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on Test Match Special

    I've never seen a better Test innings. Ever. To hit the ball like that under that pressure is amazing.

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    Ben Stokes on Sky Sports: "They are memories we will always have a group. That evening after this day was just sensational. As a group of players and management well be able to look back at the memories we made on the field and off the field, it was just incredible."