Joseph Charles ‘Jos’ Buttler
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September 8, 1990
Right-handed Batsman, Wicket-keeper
England, Somerset, Khulna Royal Bengals, Melbourne Renegades, Lancashire, Comilla Victorians, Mumbai Indians, Sydney Thunders, Rajasthan Royals
Jos Buttler is an English international cricketer, who has been playing for the England national men’s cricket team since 2011. He is the vice-captain of the team at present and plays for the Lancashire squad at domestic level. He has also represented some other teams in domestic cricket such as Somerset, Comilla Victorians, Melbourne Renegades, etc. In Premier League franchise, Buttler used to play in Australian BBL and BPL of Bangladesh along with Indian IPL.
He has had a successful beginning in cricket at school level and captained his school cricket team as well. He began his domestic cricket career professionally since his early age. Jos Buttler has played all three final tournaments of Under-13, Under-17, and Under-19 in his early domestic career. It was the West of England Premier League that helped Jos Buttler to elevate the utmost in his early days with the shiniest innings. After making a glorified score in Bangladesh Under-19s league, Jos Buttler has made his way clear to the national team of England. Finally, he got a chance to show his powerful batting skills in the international field in 2011 through a T20I match.
After this, Buttler has continued to play regularly in both international field and domestic level successively. He keeps the wicket as well in all formats of the game. This right-handed skilled batsman was named in the England team for the Cricket World Cup 2019. He played for the RR squad in the IPL 2019 tournament.
(as Compiled by Madhushree Das Ghosh)
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Debut Test Match: at The Rose Bowl Stadium Vs India on 27th of July in 2014
Last Test Match: at Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium Vs West Indies on 9th of February in 2019
Debut ODI Match: at Dubai International Cricket Stadium Vs Pakistan on 21st of February in 2012
Last ODI: at Oval Stadium Vs Pakistan on 8th of May in 2019
Debut T20I Match: at Old Trafford Stadium Vs India on 31st of August in 2011
Last T20I Match: at R. Premadasa Stadium Vs Sri Lanka on 27th of October in 2018
Debut IPL Match: at Wankhede Stadium Vs Pune on 9th of April in 2016
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