Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes
Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes. (Picture Supply: Twitter/Melinda Farrell)

The England T20I skipper Jos Buttler is definitely making his opponents really feel the warmth already as he gears up for the T20 World Cup 2022. Considered top-of-the-line T20 gamers on this planet, Buttler is presently main his facet within the ongoing three-match T20I sequence towards Australia as a preparation for the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup.  

The 32-year-old was rested for the T20Is in Pakistan, and he returned with a bang straightaway by scoring a fluent 32-ball 68 which comprised eight fours and 4 sixes within the first T20I towards Australia. His fireworks on the prime alongside Alex Hales’ 84 run-knock helped England publish an enormous whole on board and ended up profitable the sport by eight runs on the finish.

The preparations for the T20 World Cup 2022 have gotten intense. Buttler has at all times been keen on taking part in the 360-degree photographs. He took it to the subsequent stage as he become a left-handed batter towards the bowling of Ben Stokes and performed an attention-grabbing again foot cowl drive with ease. The video of Buttler turning right into a left-hander has gone viral on social media.  

Right here’s the video of Jos Buttler turning left-handed in nets 

In the meantime, Buttler has been going through plenty of combined reactions around the globe for not interesting towards Matthew Wade throughout the first T20I towards Australia. Wade may have been dismissed for obstructing the sphere, nonetheless, Buttler denied interesting and it left lots of the consultants astonished. Within the post-match convention, Buttler’s revealed the rationale behind not interesting and it didn’t amuse plenty of former consultants who expressed their dissent.  

“I wasn’t certain what occurred. They requested if I wished to attraction, and I believed, ‘we’re right here for a very long time in Australia. It could be a dangerous one to go for thus early within the journey,” Buttler instructed after the match.  

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