ENGLAND cricket legend Ben Stokes has been left raging after his bag was stolen at a train station.
The 31-year-old was recently part of the side that lost one of the most incredible Test matches of all time by ONE run when Jimmy Anderson was dismissed to a legside catch against New Zealand.
Stokes’ team became only the fourth in history to lose a Test after enforcing the follow-on.
And it was only the second time that a team has won by a single run – following West Indies’ triumph over Australia at Adelaide in 1993.
There have been two ties.
It was thrilling, it was nerve-shredding, but ultimately it was agonising for England.
Now the captain is feeling more anguish and pain.
The all-rounder, who plays county cricket for Durham, took to Twitter after he got his belongings nicked.
And he launched an X-rated blast at the culprit on Twitter.
Stokes, along with an angry face emoji, tweeted: “To who ever stole my bag at King’s Cross train station.
“I hope my clothes are to big for you ya absolute ******.”
Last month the star set a new record for the total number of sixes hit in a Test career.
He surpassed the previous tally of 107 set by his coach at the time, Brendon McCullum.