Jos Buttler
Jos Buttler .(Picture Supply: Twitter)

England captain Eoin Morgan has heaped reward on Jos Buttler, calling him one of the best participant in limited-overs cricket after the scored an unbeaten 162 off 70 balls in a 232-run victory of England over the Netherlands in Amstelveen. Morgan additionally spoke in regards to the significance of taking part in ODI cricket going into the World Cup subsequent 12 months in India.

Buttler, talking about his present type, mentioned that he couldn’t have had a greater season within the Indian Premier League (IPL), including that he got here into the ODI with an excellent contact. He felt that after not taking part in cricket for 2 months, following the T20 World Cup and the Ashes, he got here into the IPL with a whole lot of motivation to get one of the best out of himself.

He’s in a world of his personal: Eoin Morgan

“The final couple of days have been nice. Feels good to be amongst this group. To put up an enormous rating like that after which Jos coming in on the finish and he’s in a world of his personal, it’s completely superb – most likely the rationale why he’s one of the best white-ball cricketer on this planet,” Morgan was quoted by India In the present day.

“When the fellows are available in and play with the mantra we’ve been taking part in for the final 6 years, it’s nice. We’ve got not performed a whole lot of 50-over cricket just lately, it’s necessary to have such conditions going into the World Cup in India subsequent 12 months,” he added.

England batters had been relentless from the get-go though they misplaced their opener Jason Roy early earlier than the Dawid Malan and opener Phil Salt added 222 runs for the second wicket. Then got here Buttler at No. 4 with some mad hitting alongside Liam Livingstone who scored a 17-ball fifty, as England amassed a world-record whole of 498 runs.

The sport was all however over within the second innings, nevertheless, the hosts put up a good whole of 266 in 49.4 overs, with opener Max O’Dowd scoring a run-a-ball 55 and their wicketkeeper-batter Scott Edwards scoring an unbeaten 72 off 56 balls. The second recreation of the three-match ODI sequence shall be performed on June 19 (Sunday) in Amstelveen.