Ben Stokes says he is trying to see the bigger picture after being hit for four sixes in the last over of the World Twenty20 final. England appeared to be favourites to claim the title when the over began with the West Indies 19 runs short of their victory target.Carlos Brathwaite proceeded to smash four straight Stokes deliveries into the stands at Eden Gardens to secure an astonishing triumph. Steven Finn admits he felt for Stokes after his final over in the World T20 final against the West Indies While the West Indies players celebrated exuberantly, Stokes crouched down, struggling to come to terms with the turnaround.But in the days since, Stokes has put the focus on the key positive element of Englands World Twenty20 campaign - namely that they exceeded all expectations by reaching the final. No matter what anyone said it wasnt going to change how I felt for the hour after that. Once it settled down we realised what we managed to do it was more uplifting. Ben Stokes Emotion-wise it was quite hard to think of anything else except devastation and everything that goes along with that, he told Sky Sports News HQ.Its been a few days since and thats all sort of settled I look at the bigger picture that Ive played in a World Cup final and nobody was really expecting us to go that far. There are a lot of positives to come out of the tournament.No matter what anyone said to me it wasnt going to change how I felt for the hour after that. Once it settled down and we realised what we managed to do it was a bit more uplifting. Stokes: Whole world came down Ben Stokes says he went through a period of complete devastation after the World Twenty20 final And he added: The realisation came when they needed one run to win, he said. After the first two they still needed another seven runs and I still backed myself to do that.I just didnt execute what I wanted to do at that time. When they needed one off three it really hit home and I wondered what Id done. Ian Bell thinks Stokes should be praised and not criticised for the over Paul Collingwood, part of Trevor Bayliss England coaching staff, believes Stokes will bounce back from the events of Sunday afternoon and is confident he will emerge an even better player.Trevor said it straight after the match - Ben Stokes would go out and bowl that last over in that match again, he told Sky Sports News HQ.Hes never going to shy away from that and hes one of those cricketers that needs to be in there and in the thick of things. Former one-day cricket captain, Alastair Cook, has backed Stokes to return stronger It wasnt meant to be on this occasion but he will bounce back from that. We all know what a talented cricketer he is and thankfully he is a very strong character.There were a few tears afterwards but hell soon be enjoying himself and its important that he puts that to bed and keeps improving. 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