Happy Birthday Jos Buttler: Check out Jos Buttler’s records and achievements here!

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The current white-ball skipper Jos Buttler (Happy Birthday Jos Buttler) is celebrating his 32nd birthday today.

Buttler was born on September 08, 1990, in Taunton in the United Kingdom, and is known for his reliable batting and excellent leadership skills.

During his international career so far, he has scored 9379 runs (test+ODI+T20 combined), including 13 centuries and 55 half centuries, and he has played a crucial role in guiding England to win many crucial matches.

Jos Buttler was appointed as captain of England’s white-ball team after the retirement of Eoin Morgan and since then he is handling the responsibility with sheer dedication and commitment.

How did He start in International Cricket?

Making his international debut against India in 2011. Buttler didn’t take long in cementing his place in the star-studded England side. He instantly became everyone’s favourite due to his impressive technique and dependable batting approach.

Apart from heroics in World Cup 2019, Buttler had played solid cricket in the other major tournaments as well.

Talking about one of his fine innings, when England were hosting Pakistan in 2020. In the third and final test between England and Pakistan in Southampton. The home side witnessed a rough start with just 127 on board at the loss of four main batters.

But it was, Zak Crawley and Jos Buttler, who rescued their team and added 359-run for the fifth wicket to provide England an edge over visitors in the game. Buttler played a solid knock of 152, his highest score so far in the longest format of the game, to help his side recorded a massive 583 in 1st innings.

During the ICC World Cup 2019 campaign, Jos Buttler amassed 312 in 11 games at a healthy strike rate of 122.83, including a century and two half-centuries.

His knock of 59 during the night of final was the most memorable moment of his cricketing journey so far, as his innings was came at that point when the team were too behind after losing 4 wickets for just 86 in a high-voltage World Cup final game.

Jos Buttler’s Records and Achievements

The veteran represented England in 57 tests, 157 ODIs, and 94 T20Is. He smashed 2,907 runs in test cricket, 4,245 runs in one-day internationals and 2,227 in the T20Is.

Buttler has been referred to be a “360-degree” cricketer because of his ability to spot and manipulate the field placements of opposition teams and score wherever on the field.

He holds the record of being fastest centurion for England in ODI format and is considered as the one of the best wicketkeeper batters of the current era.

 

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