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The Oval holds a strong place in a lot of players’ hearts because you end home summers there, and — if you are lucky enough — it’s the place you celebrate Test series wins. And the one over South Africa was special for lots of reasons.

First, we were able to pay our respects following Her Majesty’s death, and the pin-drop silence in a ground full of 25,000 people before play and being a part of singing God Save the King for the first time in a sporting venue will live long in the memories of both myself and all of the players involved.

Fittingly, we then produced a fine Test match performance to secure a win in just over two days.

The Oval paid tribute to Her Majesty, The Queen, before England's comprehensive test win

The Oval paid tribute to Her Majesty, The Queen, before England’s comprehensive test win

It capped what has felt like the most incredible summer for…



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