Jos Buttler

Jos Buttler

Joseph Charles Buttler is an English cricketer who is currently the vice-captain of England cricket team in limited-overs cricket. He is a right-handed batsman and usually field as a wicket-keeper and has represented England in Test, One-day internationals and T20Is. He served as vice-captain of England squad that won the ICC cricket world cup 2019. Becoming world champion for the first time in their history. Moreover, he currently plays for Lancashire in England domestic cricket and having previously played for Somerset. He also plays for Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League. Buttler holds the record of the fastest ODI century by an England player and is regarded as one of the best wicket-keeper batsmen in the world. Buttler’s ability to recognize and manipulate the field placements of opposing teams and score all around the ground has seen him labeled as the 360-Degree cricketer.

Jos Buttler’s wife

Cricket world cup finalist Jos Buttler, 28, revealed that his wife Louise sending him to the spare room is all for good intentions. The cricketer said his supportive spouse, who he married in 2017, encourages him to sleep separately to get more sleep for his cricket matches. “I’ve been lucky, my wife is amazing. Any time we have cricket matches she sends me to the spare room to get more sleep. She takes care of everything.

Jos went on to stay he has found a new perspective on life since the couple welcomed their baby daughter Georgia Rose back in April.

Jos Buttler tied the knot with Louise Buttler in October 2017. The cricket star shared the pictures from the pair’s special day on his Instagram page with 868,000 followers.

Jos Buttler IPL Career:

Can Jos Buttler repeat the incredible show that he put in VIVO IPL 2018 again? Will he once again guide the Rajasthan Royals to the playoffs? Buttler scored five half-centuries last season, including a top score of 95, Buttler had a huge impact on RR’s runs last season. Moreover, He revived their campaign, and, in a way also revived his international career. As he made it to the England test side owing to his superb show in the IPL.

Buttler IPL Stats:

Batting and fieldingMatchesNoRunsTop score
Career456138695*
20198031189
201813354895*
201710027277
201614325541

Buttler age:

Joseph  Buttler is an England’s international cricketer who is currently the vice-captain of England national in limited-overs cricket. A right handed-batsman, he usually fields as a wicket-keeper and has represented England national team in Test, One –day International and T20 cricket.

Born: September 8, 1990, (age 29 years), Taunton, United Kingdom.

Height:  1.8 m

Spouse: Louise Buttler (m. 2017)

Jos Buttler Career:

Buttler’s first taste of International came in July 2008, when he represented England under-17s team in two warm-up matches against Newzealand under-19s. Batting at no.5, he scored a rapid of 77 runs not out in fifty overs contest. By hitting 11 fours and two sixes during 49 deliveries he faced. Moreover, He also played a two-day match between the two teams, scoring 45 in the first innings as the match was drawn.

In April 2019, he was named as the vice-captain of the England squad for the 2019 ICC cricket world cup.ICC named Buttler as the key player of England batting line.

Buttler made a quiet start to the tournament. Scoring only 18 runs in the opening match of the tournament against South Africa at the oval. Which ended in a comprehensive 104-runs win for England. In the next match against Pakistan. He scored 103 runs off just 76 balls (the fastest century made by an England batsman in a world cup). He made 64 runs in the third match of the world cup against Bangladesh. As England posted 386/6, their highest ever world cup score.

World cup final:

Buttler scored 59 runs in the final against Newzealand and contributed a crucial 101-runs partnership with his teammate Ben stokes. Which help him to tie the match, with both teams making 241 runs in 50 overs. Stokes was selected to bat in ensuing super over with Buttler. From which the pair scored 15 runs, Buttler scoring seven with a boundary on the final ball of the super over. Then he completed the run out of Martin Guptill in the last of Newzealand’s over as he attempted a match-winning second run. This tied the super over and secured England’s maiden world cup title.

Buttler career stats:

CompetitionTestODIsFCLA
Matches3514299213
Runs scored1,8523,8434,7236,009
Batting average33.0740.8832.1244.84
100s/50s1/149/205/2911/36
Top score106150144150
Catches/Stumping72/0171/31188/2223/36

 

Updated: September 17, 2019 — 8:59 am

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