Ben Stokes accidentally punched his England teammate Adil Rashid while celebrating Ajinkya Rahane’s wicket on the what turned out to be the last day of the fourth Test at Southampton on Sunday.The incident took place in the 61st over of India’s second innings when Moeen Ali trapped Rahane in front of the wicket for 51 runs.As the English players went to celebrate with Moeen, Stokes accidently punched Rashid, who was standing behind him, in the face.Moeen proceeded to take another wicket to take his match tally to nine as England defeated India by 60 runs and bag the five-match Test series 3-1.Stokes was recently cleared of affray charges for his involvement in the Bristol Bar brawl.Stokes’s hearing for his involvement in a pub brawl that happened on September 24 after England’s win over West Indies last year was taking place in the Bristol Crown Court.READ – Virat Kohli gutted as India lose Test series: We were not good enoughThe hearing forced Stokes to sit out the second Test against India at Lord’s and was also left out of the 13-man squad for the third Test at Trent Bridge.He had even admitted having had at least seven vodka and mixer drinks and two-three beers before the brawl. But during his trial Stokes revealed that he was merely acting in self-defence against Ryan Hale and Ryan Ali, the other two co-accused.READ- ‘Kohli sublime as batsman but not so hot as captain’But all that is behind him now.advertisementHe returned in the third Test, to take two wickets and score 72 runs. He had a better outing in the fourth Test, as he scored 53 runs and bagged three wickets.READ- Pushed England to earn victories, did not lose easy: Kohli after series lossAfter the match he was happy with the way England team showed character.”Came here with a bit of pressure after that performance at Trent Bridge. We could have easily crumbled but we showed great character. Pretty special day,” Stokes said.READ- England win series vs India: Ben Stokes, Sam Curran savour special day”The lead that we had was always crucial regardless of their batting line-up. Took me back a few years to score those runs (smiles). I just thought that the time I spent out there was crucial. I said to Stuart [Broad] I have gone away, away, away, is it too greedy to throw one back in and he said, no it’s No. 9 and it worked,” Stokes said.