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England Cricket Team captain and wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler has achieved a feat in T20 cricket.
England Cricket Team captain and wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler has achieved a feat in T20 cricket. Actually, Jos Buttler plays leagues all over the world. Butler also plays for the IPL franchise Rajasthan Royals. Butler is currently playing Vitality Blast. During this, Butler played a very impressive innings against Derbyshire Falcons while playing for Lancashire Lightning, after which he made a special record in T20 cricket and also became the 9th batsman to do so in T20 cricket (Most Runs in T20). Are.
Let us tell you that Jos Buttler is currently playing Vitality Blast. At the same time, in a match of this league, Butler played a brilliant inning of 83 runs in just 36 balls against Derbyshire Falcons and Lancashire Lightning won this match by 27 runs. At the same time, with this victory, the team’s chances of playing in the quarter-finals have increased further. With this innings of Butler, he has also completed 10000 runs in T20 cricket and has also become the 9th batsman in the world to do so.
Highest run scorer in T20 cricket
Significantly, the names of many veterans are included in the list of highest run-scorers in T20 cricket. The list includes former West Indies opener Chris Gayle who leads the list with 14,562 runs in T20 cricket. Whereas Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik is in second place with 12,528 runs. While Kieron Pollard is in third place with 12,175 runs. There is only one Indian player in the top-5 in this list. Virat Kohli’s name comes in the top-5 in this list. Virat has scored 11,965 runs. At the same time, the names of David Warner and Rohit Sharma are also in this list.
Talking about his innings after the Vitality Blast match, Butler was quoted as saying by ESPNcricinfo, “I really enjoyed it. It was a lot of fun batting with Livy there. He puts a lot of pressure on the bowlers. Whenever you can push partnerships like we did tonight, it’s hard to control the scoring rate.”