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The ball came in two feet, still did not leave, Jos Buttler agreed by blowing a six in street cricket style

New Delhi: England, who went on the Netherlands tour, won the ODI series 3-0. Having already secured an unassailable series lead by winning the first two matches, the English team also won the last match by 8 wickets. A funny incident happened in this match in Amstelvin, which is fiercely viral on social media. Dangerous batsman Jos Buttler hit such a six that even the onlookers were stunned.

We are talking about Jos Buttler, who is taking over the captaincy in the absence of injured Eoin Morgan. Paul van Meeckeren was bowling in front of Butler in the 29th over of the innings. In the last 4 balls, Meekeran had been beaten a lot. He tried to bowl the fifth ball, but the ball slipped from his hand. By the time it reached the batsman, the ball had eaten two feet. The umpire called a loud no ball, but Buttler reached the ball and as soon as the second tapped, turned the bat vigorously and got the boundary crossed on the leg side. Apart from this sixer, he also hit two sixes in the over.

This series was historic for England in many ways. 498 runs were scored in the first match, which was the highest score in ODI history. Butler became a hero in that match by scoring 162 runs in just 70 balls. In the final match too, his bat scored 86 runs in 64 balls. In this way, the British chased the target of 245 runs in 31 overs. England are now at the top of the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League standings with 125 points.


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