England wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler has been in excellent form. Buttler’s bat, who won the Orange Cap in the Indian Premier League 2022, is not taking its name to calm down. In the three-match One Day International series against the Netherlands, he batted like that, breaking many big records. During this series, Butler also broke a 17-year-old special record of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. The world record for most sixes hit by a wicketkeeper in an ODI series has now been recorded in Buttler’s name, before this record was held by Dhoni.
Buttler hit a total of 19 sixes in the three-match series against the Netherlands and he went two sixes ahead of Dhoni in this matter. Dhoni had hit 17 sixes in the series against Sri Lanka in 2005. Dhoni is followed by AB de Villiers, who hit 16 sixes against West Indies in 2015. Butler is also at number four in this list.
Butler hit 14 sixes in a series against West Indies in 2019. Butler scored a total of 248 runs in three matches in this series at a strike rate of 185.07. He was not dismissed even once during this series. In addition to 19 sixes, Butler also scored 14 fours. Butler was also adjudged Man of the Series for this stellar performance.