Jos Buttler had to get out of the field to hit that ball for six.© Twitter
England white football vice-president Jos Buttler is at the forefront of his life. After a dream Indian Premier League season with the Rajasthan Royals, the wicketkeeper-batter marked his return to the national team by a 162 unbeaten streak to help England record a 498/4 international ODI record in the first round. to the Netherlands and then followed up with an unbeaten 86 in the third game to help his team win the series 3-0. During the ODI 3rd in Amstelveen on Thursday, Buttler was also in an imperious touch, beating seven fours and six in a 64-ball attack. Buttler’s form came on Wednesday, and even when Dutch pacer Paul van Meekeren hit a double bouncing delivery – with a second bounce off the pitch – he did not stop the 31-year-old from chasing him. and throwing the ball into the stands.
The incident happened on the 29th, when Buttler was at his best fury. Meekeren bouncer effort did not go as planned and the ball jumped off the pitch after the first bounce and landed outside the field down the side of the foot. But Buttler was quick to get to the ball and hit it off.
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The ball was, therefore, considered no-ball for the pitch twice before reaching the batter and Buttler showed six more in the next free kick.
Buttler’s strike, with Jason Roy’s incredible 86-ball 101 * saw England chase the 245-yard field goal in just 30.1.
Previously, David Willey’s four wickets helped England defenders for 244, especially as Netherlands skipper Scott Edwards won his third consecutive title in half a century.
Buttler, who finished with 248 runs from the three ODIs, was named player of the series.
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