New Delhi. When it comes to great performance in IPL, the story cannot be complete without mentioning the name of Jos Buttler. It is also bound to happen because Jos Buttler is one of the most successful batsmen of IPL. Suddenly this batter of Rajasthan Royals has become directionless. The bat has stopped playing so well that along with him the team is also facing the brunt. He was dismissed for zero during the match against RCB. His team had to face defeat in the match by 112 runs. This season became Mr. Zero for the fourth time.
Rajasthan Royals had a challenge of 172 runs in this match. Both the opening batsmen Yashasvi Jaiswal and Jose Butler could not even open their account. Due to which RR had lost their two wickets for just six runs. In this match, Sanju Samson’s team got all out for 59 runs. Also, Rajasthan’s hopes of reaching the playoffs were dashed with this defeat. Now only on the basis of the performance of other teams, this team can find its way to the playoffs.
Butler has as many hundreds as ducks
This is the fourth time for Jos Buttler when he has been dismissed for zero this season. The captain of England’s limited overs team would never have expected that he would have this fate. Before this season, he was dismissed for zero only once in the IPL. During his IPL career, he got out on zero five times. He has only five IPL centuries during his career. Four of these centuries were scored by Butler during the last season only. He has scored 392 runs in 13 matches this season. Now Jos Buttler has a total of five centuries and only five zero scores in his IPL career.
His bat was used during the initial matches. After which suddenly he became silent. In the past, Jos Buttler played an innings of 95 runs, it seemed that now the edge of the bat has returned, but then his bat has kept silence.
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Tags: IPL 2023, Jos Buttler, Rajasthan Royals, RR vs RCB
FIRST PUBLISHED : May 15, 2023, 06:30 IST