IPL 2022: Jos Buttler, the wicket-keeper batsman of England, scored his second century in the 15th season of the Indian Premier League. Buttler scored 103 runs in just 61 balls with the help of 9 fours and 5 sixes. During this, he shared 97 for the first wicket with Devdutt Padikkal (24) and 67 runs for the second wicket with captain Sanju Samson (38). On the basis of this Rajasthan scored a mountainous score of 217 runs and won the match by 7 runs. Due to this inning, Butler (Jos Buttler) has registered his name on a special list.
6th batsman to score 2 centuries in a season
Jos Buttler has become the sixth batsman to score 2 centuries in a season of IPL. Before him this feat was done by Chris Gayle in 2011, Hashim Amla in 2017, Shane Watson in 2018, Shikhar Dhawan in 2020, and Virat Kohli in 2016. During this, Kohli had scored 4 centuries in a single season. Which is still a record. Thanks to his swashbuckling innings, Butler completed his 300 runs in the current season of IPL. He currently has 375 runs in 6 matches at an average of 75. And, he is leading the way in the race for the Orange Cap. The same, if we look at his entire IPL career, then this was his third century.
Rudra form was adopted after a slow start
After losing the toss, Jos Buttler and Devdutt Paddikal got Rajasthan off to a brilliant start of 97 runs. Paddikal was bowled by Sunil Narine after scoring 24 runs. After that Butler, along with captain Sanju Samson, added 67 runs for the second wicket to take his team to a big total.
Butler started his innings in a very calm manner. He could not hit a single boundary in the first two overs. But soon he adopted his fierce form and in the third over of the innings, he hit fours and sixes in successive deliveries of Shivam Mavi after hitting fours and sixes off Umesh Yadav. After that, he took a lot of news of all the bowlers of Kolkata and shot all around the field. Butler completed his second century of the season with a six-off Cummins.
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